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There is no lift… just a reduction of 1.5 inches to your front spring travel. It means you will never fully bottom out your front suspension, which might be something you appreciate over speed bumps. Otherwise, as others mentioned, you just made your suspension work harder since you reduced its capability. I think for a small, heavy car with very basic suspension it is already working hard enough.
 

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I guess I am just not understanding what purpose these (travel reducers?) accomplish. What is the stated improvement?
Really no purpose except to make money for a vendor. They will stop the suspension from bottoming out over harsh bumps, but at the expense that you now bottom out on these instead - so it makes the suspension feel stiffer. Better off getting actual stiffer springs or struts that still give you full suspension range.
 
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