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
These made my car look AND feel amazing! They're still settling in, but I can get maybe a finger and a half in the rear wheel well as opposed to my whole fist. The road feel was enough to make me comfortable at high speeds again. I'd like to say it also reduced body roll by a pretty large margin, I would never take curves over 80 on stock suspension, but it held tight at 120. Thank you guys, I'll be back for more!
Caleb M.06/18/2019, 11:28 AM
Wonderful springs, comfortable yet firm, low but usable. Glad I invested the money
Andrew01/19/2017, 03:19 PM
I really love the lowering range these springs gives to my 2012 Mazda3 2.5 sedan. My front and rears are equally lowered. If I drive through a bump, or hole too fast my shocks will bottom out. Lastly, I hear clunking noises on the front when I turn my wheel even sitting still. My mechanic wants to charge me to install some rubber silencers to place on top and bottom of the front springs.
***CorkSport Reply: Joel give us a call, the sound is not normal and should be pretty easy to fix without the rubber silencers.
Joel10/22/2016, 05:04 PM
I've had my lowering springs on my 2013 mazda 3 for about a year now. In the beginning they were great, rode smooth, a nice functional drop. Only issue I'm having now is they're all making noises. Had my car up on a lift and the rear passenger spring is 'loose' feeling, can squeeze it easily. Not too sure what could be wrong, any ideas??
***CorkSport Reply: Heather give us a call, the sound is not normal and should be pretty easy to fix.
Heather10/22/2016, 06:58 AM
Great springs. Comfortable and big upgrades in the handling and ride department. Only downside is a creaking and buckling sound when I turn the steering wheel all the way left or right
**CorkSport Reply: Make sure the spring is seated against the lock on the strut or you will get the noises. ***
Al06/23/2016, 06:22 AM
I have a 2010 Mazda 3 sport GS 2.5l, and Iam running a 17x8.5 rim with 45 offset and a 255 40r17 Good Year Eagle Sport tire. I had to roll the fenders in the back and the tire easily tucks under heavy load so I have no issues with the back. My question is for the front, my tire is almost to the outside edge of the fender but since there is not much suspension travel/ room into the wheel well on the front right now it's fine. will this spring cut down on suspension travel? and do the front tires on other cars with this spring tend to tuck in past the top the fender opening? Also I noticed the mazdaspeed lowering springs don't lower as much, would that spring work on a Mazda 3?
Kyle04/17/2016, 09:00 AM
I have a 2011 Mazda 3 with 18x8 wheels with a 40mm offset and 215/40/18 tires. Will these fit on my car?
Darby03/28/2016, 11:30 AM
Great ride height and good handling but after installing I started hearing a rumbling noise when I would accelerate with low rpm and found out that it's coming from my axels...
Brian03/10/2016, 07:57 PM
These springs are great and easy to install. It took about 2 hours and the car was back on the ground and ready to go. When I read how much these springs dropped the car I was excited, but I was totally blown away when the car was put back on the ground. The springs completely closed the wheel cap to credit card fitment in the front, and I'm not running a crazy big wheel in the front. (18 x 9 with a 235/45 18) wasn't expecting that much of a drop. The rears on the other hand were disappointing after seeing how much they dropped the front. There is still a two finger gap in the rear. Wish corksport had the option to upload pictures, because I'd have some up for you guys.
Tyler03/03/2016, 07:35 AM
Will these springs lower my 2007 Mazda 3 to much where I cant get over speed bumps or scrape everywhere?
I know rear camber can't be adjusted on our cars. After these springs lower the car, will rear adjustable camber arms be necessary or will camber stay within spec?
Also, what other parts do you recommend with lowering the car? Already going with Koni Orange and CS adjustable front end links.
Purchased these springs along with new struts and mounts from a parts store. when installing the front springs, there was no need to compress the lowering spring to fit on the new struts. Went ahead and finished the install and all seems good but when the car is lifted off the ground, you can move the spring. please verify if this is normal!
When I purchase this do I have to get a quantity of 2 or does 1 contain all 4 springs for the entire car? And it'll fit my 2013 mazda3 sedan right?
p.s. I just ordered the cat-back exhaust system and...
:DD couldn't be more excited. Waiting for it to arrive in the mail!
Asked by Gabriel Turcotte | 06/17/2019, 09:50 PM | 1 answer(s)
It is a set of 4 springs, enough to do 1 car. Yes they fit.
could someone help me ?
it is saying about 2.25" front, and 1.75" rear ? conversion to metric is 57mm front and 44,5mm rear right ?
I have install in 2009 (now time to change) kit blistein B4 and lower spring -30mm. it is already low with B4, but Corksport's spring is 57/44,5 ?
It is right conversion, please confirm me that.
Asked by Thomas Nguyen | 08/06/2018, 06:42 AM | 1 answer(s)
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.