The stock shock absorber being much more softer, should help solve your issue just thinking about it, best of luck to you! Keep us updatedHi kjp,
I am a new member seeking help to solve problem faced on lowering spring. I have fitted a lowering spring for my cayenne (base model 3.2L) and found the ride is terrible over undulating road. Any road undulation at speed over 80 kph will send my head to the roof. So if you are serious in fitting a lowering spring you have to seriously match you spring with the shock absorber. Mine I use H&R (29286-2) with Koni FSD and it does not work. The plus side is the SUV handles well during cornering and the steering feel is very good.
I am going to change the shock absorber to the stock shock absorber to see if there is any improvement.
I had Bilstein shocks on my previous vehicle and they were really good, no complaints at all. As for Cayenne's, im not sure how well they do.Hi, I am back again. Done some internet search and found that Bilstein did produce shock (B8 Sprint) for lowering springs. Has any body got any experience on this setup. Please give us a feed back.
Ditto. You have a perfectly engineered high-performance SUV and you want to "experiment" with the suspension? Take it to a professional. Suspension work can be very hazardous when done by novices. Since you had to ask (IMO) you shouldn't mess with it.First thing i always ask people i dont know that want to tackle a job like this is.....have you done any work on your Cayenne or any other car?