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Progress Technology
Honda Fit Suspension

www.progressauto.com

The Progress Group has developed a rear anti-roll bar and sport lowering springs for the Honda Fit. The rear anti-roll bar is 19mm solid, alloy steel that bolts directly onto the rear axle beam for an easy, bolt-on installation. This new anti-roll bar system will improve chassis balance, quicken steering response and minimize body roll while cornering. All Progress anti-roll bars are manufactured in-house, feature precision MIG-welded ends and are powder coated metallic gray. Combine the rear anti-roll bar with the all-new Progress sport-lowering springs. These springs feature sport-tuned rates and a modest drop of 1.2 inches in the front and 1-inch in the rear. They have been developed for use with OEM or sport dampers. The springs are cold wound, shot peened, pre-set, and include a lifetime warranty.

 

 

 

 

 



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