Camber adjustment was done at the same time, and just to make sure that everything is alright I got it checked again from my alignment guy.
They both said that the camber adjustment is alright, however they said that the shocks are not good as they are quite stiff, plus he said that the car is around 1.5" higher than normal which is not good.
He said that it may affect the cars stability at higher speeds.
Okay I wont be cutting springs, so should I now look for new springs?
I cant say.
The length was the same.
I got them from Kiyani Autos Gawalmandi and he said that these are the original Japanese ones that came with 1.0L Khyber.
And I do not believe that the springs gets softer with use, their free length may change which effects the height of the suspension but the spring constant will remain the same. The dampers are the one that gets softer with time but they have nothing to do with the stationary height.
Agreed on the damper part, cant say much about the springs though.
BTW if there is any way to repair the bend in springs then I'll be happy to use its original springs with new dampers.
Do not cut the springs, as the turns of spring at ends are close to each other to give a flat seating. How will that be created in a cut-down end?
Thats what I was concerned about.