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The SC Suspension 300 and SC Suspension 400 were mid-sized coupes available in the United States with a 3.0 L inline 6 2JZ-GE(225 hp and 210 ft�lbf, SC Suspension 300) or a 4.0 L V8 1UZ-FE (250 hp and 260 ft�lbf, SC Suspension 400). In Japan, an additional engine choice was a 2.5 L twin-turbo inline 6, good for 276 hp on the Toyota Soarer 2.5GT-T/TL. The V8 1UZ-FE motor, also used in the LS 400, was reported to have cost over US $400,000,000 in research and development. In 1996, the SC Suspension400's engine design was upgraded to 260 hp from 250 hp. In 1998, both the SC Suspension300 and 400 were upgraded with VVT-i and thus the ratings were raised to 290 hp/300 ft�lbf of torque for the SC Suspension400 and 225 hp/220 ft�lbf of torque for the SC Suspension300. Tests conducted on the new engines showed an acceleration for the SC Suspension400 of 0-60 mph in 6.0 seconds, and for the SC Suspension300 an acceleration of 0-60 mph in 7.5 seconds.
SC Suspension makes a huge difference on a cars performance. Do you want to drop your car? Or maybe you're interested in the performance aspect. The SC Suspension ins your vehicle can make a huge different on the ride and look. If its too spongy it will be hard to take fast corners. If its too high it will make big wheels look funny, kind of like a SUV. I'm sure you don't want to make your vehicle that you spent so much money yon looking funky? All it takes is the right shock/coilover and strut to make your car slammed. Its not always good to go too low as you can scratch your bumper or damage the bottom of your car on bumpers and pot holes.