Hey everyone, I was trying to find an install guide for the lowering caps but the info on Viper forums seems sparse, so I took a couple pics and wrote a small guide. I know the installation is very straight forward and this guide is not needed for mose people out there but I if anyone need it then it will be available. Here's a comparison between the two We started with the rear, first step is to remove the inner fenders, there's a couple screws: Before you start the work on the suspension, you need to remove the fluid reservoir from the car. It is located under the car and holds in place with a couple bolts. Also, there's a small black hose you need to unplug: Then you can proceed to remove the suspension, remove these two big studs: You should end up with the whole suspension assembly + the reservoir in hands: On to the fronts now, it's a little bit different; there's no inner fenders in the way and the reservoir is located in the wheel well. Remove it: Unplug the black hose again, then proceed to remove the suspension the same way you did for the rears. Place the suspension on a spring clamp, and apply pressure to dampen the spring a little bit so the spring cap is loose on top There's a small cut out part in the back of the cap and it comes out this way very easily: Place the new lowered cap in place and loose the spring clamp, make sure everything sits correctly in place: And then re-install the suspension, plug back in the black hose and re-install the reservoir. I don't have proper pictures of the car sitting on the lowering caps but I can see a good difference, the height is much better. Pics coming soon Not sure if an alignment is needed but I went to the dealer and the car was misaligned (some say it is from factory) so they aligned it properly. Spacers are on the way!