Originally Posted by S.A.W
No standard ones. Do the lower ones allow a lot more droop at the standard shock length ?
The main reason is to move the piston further up in the shock body. this reduces the volume of oil on top of the piston, which reduces the amount of "pack". When you reduce the "pack", it makes the car roll more and generally makes the car float around the corner more.
I generally find the car rotates much harder with the lowered towers, but can make the car more unstable. This is probably due to the more aggressive weight transfer and body movements.
Give it a try and see how you like it! If you like a more stable car, the standard shock towers might be more your style.