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hi im looking at lowering my 2002 1.3 ignis ive fitted lowering springs to previous cars so not to bothered about fitting them im just wondering will the standard pan hard rod still be ok with the springs fitted or do I need an adjustable one?
 

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As the mounts are so close to each other, I would think the sideways shift would be hardly noticeable. It's not as if we are talking about an off road rock crawler.

Measure static ride height now and using Pythagoras's theory, you can determine the shift. You could always put a very slight up or down bend in the the current rod to compensate, but it's your call.
 

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Had my Ignis on a hoist today and noted there is a rear brakes Proportioning valve. Adjusting the static ride height WILL have an effect on this, so the arm to the valve will need to be modified to compensate the lower static ride height.
 
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