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Performance Lowering Springs for your 2014-2017 Mazda 6 are back and better than ever before!
Have you been wanting to improve the look of your 6, while still keeping good ride quality and fitment? That was the main focus on the new CorkSport Lowering Springs for the 2014-2017 Mazda 6. The CS lowering springs will drop your 6 approximately 1.20in (30mm) front & 1.75in (45mm) rear, giving it a presence that is much more performance orientated. Note: The drop in the front is slightly less when compared to our original drop of 1.75" in both the front and rear, providing an improved ride.
Not only do the CS springs make your 6 look better, they also help improve driving characteristics with the increase to the front and rear spring rates. The spring rate in the front has been increased to 4.6K and the rear was increased to 8.1K. These new spring rates help improve the handling characteristics while going through the back roads and provide more feedback to the driver. More of the details on the CS lowering springs for the 2014-2017 Mazda 6 can be found below.
Pictured: 2016 Mazda 6 with CorkSport Drop-in Turbo Kit!
Reducing the ride height and increasing the spring rates of your Mazda with the CS lowering springs will provide a reduction in body roll and will lead to a sportier, more agile feeling driving experience. This improvement to the stability of the vehicle gives you extra confidence when you want to push more through the back roads.
Dropping your 6 1.20in (30mm) in the front and 1.75in (45mm) in the rear provides you with a whole new look. The new heights of the CS lowering springs levels out the 6 so that the vehicle is free from excessive rake. The factory dampening works well with the increased spring rates of 4.6K in the front and 8.1K in the rear so the ride is still smooth when driving around town or are doing highway trips.
The installation of the CS lowering springs on your Mazda 6 is right in line with OE so there will be no surprises during install. Only modifications to the bumps stops are required to maintain the correct distance before they are engaged when the suspension is cycling to provide a smoother ride quality.
The CS lowering springs are finished in CS blue powder coat to provide a durable barrier against the elements and corrosion. The springs are constructed with a spring steel that has a high tensile strength and also features spring isolators for the rear springs to ensure no new sounds come from the suspension during operation.
It will take you Approx. 4 hours to install.
4 hour Install Time
What is the total gross weight of the product (including packaging)?
Shipping weight is 24 pounds.
When will this product be available for purchase?
If it's ever turned off, there will be an ETA on the listing where "add to cart" would be.
Im running 20x9 +42 wheels wrapped in 255/35/20 rubber on my 2017 Mazda 6. Would I have clearance issues or need to roll the fenders?
a 35 series tire is pretty tall on a 20" wheel. But your offset is pretty conservative so you should be ok. You'll probably need to roll the Fender
I have a 2014 Mazda 6 with the factory 19" wheels will these springs work and have enough clearance?
Yes, stock wheels won't have any trouble with fitment
Will these fit the new 2018 mazda6 model?They do not. We have 2018+ springs in the works.
They do not. We have 2018+ springs in the works.
Will this fit a 2018 M6 wagon?
They do not. We have 2018+ springs in the works.
When lowering the back, what do I need to do if anything with the rear height sensor
If you have the automatic headlight leveling then yes you will
Just purchased 18x8 wheels + 40 offset with 235 50r 18 tires online. I currently have these springs and I'm wondering now, if they'll fit without rubbing in the rear. I own a 17' Mazda 6 sport. Any thoughts?
Those tires are pretty tall. So it could risk rubbing. Feel free to send in a picture to email@example.com if you have questions about clearance and fitment!
Will this fit 2017 Mazda 6 GT?
Yes it will!
So with these springs i wont need a camber kit?
You should not. The springs are not aggressive enough to require a camber kit.
Can these be used with my existing stock shocks, etc? 2015 Mazda6 iSport. I'm guessing a realignment would be in order post install? New to all this. Appreciate any guidance.
These will work with your stock struts/shocks. Pull out the old, install the new. I would make sure that your alignment is square once they are installed.
Is this price for a set including all four springs?
Yes. All 4 springs.
Does it exist lowering spring set for Mazda 3 2014 hatchback?
We are out of stock of springs until May 22 2015.
Does this void my warranty? Thanks
http://corksport.com/faq.html#23 A: Legally a dealership or manufacturer cannot void a warranty in the United States because of an aftermarket part. To void your warranty they would have to prove that the installation of the part caused the failure. The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act specifically covers this. Unfortunately many dealerships still will try and tell you that because you have a performance part on your car, they will not warranty you. Though this is illegal, we recommend working with your dealership before modifying or finding a modification friendly dealership in your area.
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