If you want a low-ride look, a jumping car, or a boosted suspension, you’re going to be in the market for car hydraulic kits.

These kits are ideal for car enthusiasts who want the right look and flair for their ride.

Before you jump into purchasing and installing any lowrider hydraulic kit, you should be well away of the advantages and disadvantages.

CCE can help you determine what size and shape works best for your car type and desired performance.

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Hydraulics Advantages

Because cylinders come in a lot of shapes and sizes from 4-16 inches and up, it gives you nearly endless customization options. You can also get more lift out hydraulic options than their airbag counterparts.

  • Ride: Although this is hotly debated, most experts agree you can get a hydraulic setup to ride just as smooth as a Cadillac straight from the factory.
  • Instant power: You don’t want to have to wait for the compressor to build up pressure. Batteries provide instant power to lift and move anytime, anywhere.

Hydraulics Disadvantages

The biggest downside to hydraulics is weight. Because batteries aren’t light, you’re likely going to add over 400 pounds of weight, which brings down speed.

  • Leaks: While any suspension system can leak, hydraulic leaks are more visible and messy to clean up.
  • Charging batteries: To get the instant power you need from batteries, they need a charge. It’s not a big deal, but it’s something you’ll need to remember.

Cool Cars Difference

At CCE, we have the experience, knowledge, and skill to create the perfect lowrider hydraulic kit for your car. Our experts can customize any car hydraulic kit to give you the performance you’re looking for. By adding simple accessories like an accumulator or additional controls, you can finally create the lowrider of your dreams.

If you’re ready to give your car that extra lift it needs, give us a call today to get started.

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