Give your car the performance appearance and edge you have been looking for with the CorkSport Lowering Springs for the 2004-2009 and 2010-2013 Mazda 3. By reducing ride height approximately 2.25" in the front and 1.75" in the rear, adding the CorkSport Lowering Springs to your Mazda 3 will result in a quicker turning response, crisper road feel, a more aggressive appearance, and a firmer spring rate, all while maintaining excellent ride quality. The CorkSport Advantage:
Lower your car by approx. 2.25" front and 1.75" rear for improved handling and less wheel gap (lowest safe springs on the market)
Crafted from high tensile strength spring steel for long lasting quality and performance
OEM finish to ensure lasting durability and rust protection
Average 25% increased spring rate over stock spring rate
Backed by CorkSport limited two-year warranty
CorkSport Service and Support: Receive full color installation instructions, all of the needed installation hardware, and knowledgeable telephone installation support
Install time 3/5 Difficulty 2 year warranty No CEL
This is an excellent product. I love these springs. An amazing noticeable drop! Thanks corksport!
Christian P.08/04/2013, 04:11 PM
Hi, I have 2012 skyactiv sedan, and I have fitted 20"x8.5 with offset of 35 and car has 20k miles. I was wondering if I would encounter any problems such as rubbing, bad camber, or need replace struts. I just want to make sure nothing goes wrong once installed.
CorkSport Reply:Give us a call 360-260-2675
Robert08/03/2013, 04:31 PM
I'm coming up on 35k miles on my 2011 Mazda 3 2.5, do I need to replace any other parts or can I just install these springs?
CorkSport Reply:Depending on road conditions you may or may not need to replace the struts and shocks based on the milage you have. If you want to be safe change the struts with you install the springs.
Juan08/02/2013, 12:22 PM
I have 2012 mazda 3 1.6 4dr, are these springs will work? or any recommendation.
CorkSport Reply:The springs will fit the 1.6 models but we are unsure of the amount they will lower compared to the North American models.
Edgar07/27/2013, 08:36 AM
I read that you can drive with this drop of about 2 inches (average) with stock shocks/struts with low mileage vehicles; how does 20k miles sound?
CorkSport Reply:It depends on how the roads are in your area.
Andrez07/23/2013, 05:41 PM
Are these springs going to fit my 2013 3i?
CorkSport Reply:Yes they will.
Thom Kline07/14/2013, 10:42 AM
What's the recommended rim and tire size if I get the lowering springs
CorkSport Reply:There is no correct answer for your question, it comes down to what you want for function and style.
Brandon06/30/2013, 06:37 PM
Are these springs a complete set of 4?
CorkSport Reply:Yes it is.
Mike06/27/2013, 09:20 AM
Hi, I was wondering if I install these springs does it affect the alignment or tow of the tires? I just put 17 inch rims and brand new Goodyear Eagle GT's on it and cannot void my tire warranty if the tires wear unevenly. Thanks
CorkSport Reply:We recommend an alignment with the installation of the springs. The toe at a minimum needs to be adjusted.
Kenneth06/25/2013, 04:21 PM
i have a 2010 mazda 3 hatchback with 48000 mil, can i just put these springs on right away or do i need something else?
CorkSport Reply: With 48,000 miles we would recommend installing the springs with new dampers.
I have a 2012 Mazda 3 skyactive. I was wondering will these springs work okay with having a 225/45R18 set up with a 38mm offset. Will I need to roll the fenders, or will it cause issues to the tires from going over bumps?
I got a Mazda 3 2011 hatch and was planning to buy some springs. But after asking 2 or 3 question. I heard that the back look to much higher compare to the front. I that real? Is there anything i can do to get them at the same level?
I'm looking into purchasing 17x7.5 with a 35 offset for my 2012 3 hatchback with about 33,000 miles. Will I need to roll any fenders? And should I look into purchasing new shocks/structs? They are currently stock.
Asked by Christina R. | 10/22/2015, 01:47 PM | 1 answer(s)
That wheel setup should be fine with the correct tire size. As of this answer we have both the shocks and springs in stock.