Yes and yes. You need two more rear wheels and tires, then bolt them on the front. Handling will be greatly improved. Lowered springs pretty much eliminates the hobby horse affect.Dont i have to buy new rims to match rear tires?..... i will look at buying those springs, do they handle better then stock?
They are firmer. No more rocking with acceleration and braking. The car doesn't lean like its about to fall over in hard turns either. If you do the springs, don't unbolt the rear shocks. Just block the suspension with a piece of wood, and use spring compressors to get the springs in and out. You'll have to cut about 4" off your compressor screws. It does not help to have both rear wheels in the air. It actually makes it more difficult. When you are doing the front. Get a 21mm strut nut tool with an angled handle. Don't take the cowl apart. Don't use that ridiculous strut shaft clamp. You will also need a 16mm and 18mm wrench durring the disassembly of the suspension. These two sizes are commonly skipped in wrench sets, so be sure you have them.Dont i have to buy new rims to match rear tires?..... i will look at buying those springs, do they handle better then stock?
When the vast majority of good HID kits out there range from $30-$80. I think that's a complete and total ripoff!if you need awesome HID lights for your smart car let me know, i know a place that was Mercedes-Benz recommended, its only $197 installed out the door