On The Down Low: Macan S x H&R Sport Lowering Springs
Here at SoloMotorsports, we’re no strangers to modding Porsches, but we had the pleasure to work on this 95B Macan S, Porsche’s delicious blend of classic 911 DNA with the size of the Cayenne, resulting in a crossover that looks like nothing else yet distinctly screams IM A FRIGGIN PORSCHE!
As Dr Porsche once said, you should always be able to look at the car and tell it’s a Porsche. However, the factory ride height is so annoyingly high with the models that don’t boast pneumatic suspensions, it’s as if they thought the prospective buyers all planned on going Baja racing, giving the Macan S a silly amount of wheelgap. That’s why it’s here to see the Solo Experts to eliminate the unnessecary gappage in the wheel well you can easily do push-ups in!
The simple addition of a set of lowering springs has made a huge difference in the aesthetic of this Macan S, giving it the sportier character you’d expect of a Porsche S model visually as well as its handling capability while taking nothing away from its usability.
If you’re still driving around at factory ride height, consider lowering your suspension – a lower slung look enhances your aesthetics and lowers your center of gravity, making any set of wheels look better and even otherwise stock vehicles look sharper.
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