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    Default CNG Coil Springs in Vitz

    Is is possible to use CNG coil springs to raise my Vitz due to ground clearance problem. I have already hit the speedbreakers a couple of times here in Karachi.

    I don't have CNG installed in my vehicle, but someone suggested to use CNG springs to raise my vitz instead of spacers which will ruin the suspension. He also did the same and now his car is running fine.

    Any suggestions?

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    yes, spacers r not the ideal thing. i've tried a pair of CNG springs but it doesn't work for me, may b i didn't get the right springs.
    now, i'm going for another pair of normal springs. lets see.
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    Does your car still hit the speedbreakers after installing CNG springs. What type of CNG springs did u put? Are there different types / specifications?

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    here u can find answer of u question
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    do spacers really spoil anything?

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    @iiqbal

    Where?

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    Ooooooop Sorry forget to mentioned link
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forumreply_az_TopicID!22811~ForumID!28~pw.html
    Imran Iqbal

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    I checked this link before but am confused as some say spacers are bad, some say u have to get the OEM coil springs which are way to expensive man. So now im looking for comments from those who have installed coil springs without affecting the original drive / comfort but increasing road clearance.

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    @tryone_40,

    after installing the CNG springs, the car was too high and too bumpy as those were very hard. so, had to remove them.
    u can check with @nurainshaikh who is selling all types of springs and shock absorbers in Karachi.
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    Ok thanks for your input. I posted a request to him on his post but so far no reply.

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