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southcak9
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southcak9 Apr 3, 11:56pm - #143923 
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lowering springs

how low does the eibach proline kit drop the car on a 02 gt. is there a set of springs that would go to 1.5 drop on the market?
do i also need new shocks and struts with that kit too or can i get away with the factory ones?

and also do i need a front and rear camber kit?


second topic is what is better to put on first and Cold Air Intake or exhaust? and what does the Intake affect?
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v3n0m Apr 4, 12:17am - #143924 

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if you want a 1.5" drop, go with Tein, they're only $150. You wont need a camber kit w/this drop.

Intake or exhaust? it's really up to you, but I would go with exhaust 'cuz it makes the car sound & look better.
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southcak9 Apr 4, 12:35am - #143925 
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i see in the product description of the ebiach sportline that it says 1.5 to 2" drop. are they saying that i am able to set it at any height in that range. what about shocks and struts?

so do i need a set of 4 shocks or 4 struts or do i need 2 of each if i am making this change.
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eric_h Apr 4, 2:45am - #143926 

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i think it can be stated the rule of thumb is you need a camber kit for a drop of 2in or lower

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Psquared Apr 4, 2:57am - #143927 
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The Eibach pro kit 1" drop.
Eibach sportline kit 2" drop.
When it says 1.5-2" drop it is just talking about the same spring, no it's not adjustable. But when you put them on, the springs will "settle" a little bit and eventually be a little lower than they are when you first put them on. With anything more than 1.5" drop(sportline) you are gonna need a camber kit. The front kit is only like 30 bucks but the rear you have to buy the whole link and they are about 200.00 something i think.
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southcak9 Apr 4, 6:04pm - #143928 
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how is this suspension system
TOKICO HP SUSPENSION KIT or where can i find the
ground control adjustable coild eibach springs and how much are they?
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Speed4TheNeed Apr 4, 6:10pm - #143929 

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Originally Posted by southcak9
i see in the product description of the ebiach sportline that it says 1.5 to 2" drop. are they saying that i am able to set it at any height in that range. what about shocks and struts?

so do i need a set of 4 shocks or 4 struts or do i need 2 of each if i am making this change.


the eibach sportslines drop:

1.2" in the front
2.4" in the rear

for any drop that covers more than 1" Performance shocks & struts (struts are almost always included in shock packages) are recommened (your stock shocks will only last an average of 1 year, anyway) thumbsup
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Speed4TheNeed Apr 4, 6:11pm - #143930 

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Originally Posted by v3n0m
if you want a 1.5" drop, go with Tein, they're only $150. You wont need a camber kit w/this drop.

Intake or exhaust? it's really up to you, but I would go with exhaust 'cuz it makes the car sound & look better.


the tein s-techs give a 1.4" drop in both the front and rear.

http://intensepower.com/tesspce0.html

tein is excellent quality and is cheaper than other top quality brands thumbsup
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Speed4TheNeed Apr 4, 6:23pm - #143931 

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Originally Posted by southcak9
second topic is what is better to put on first and cold air Intake or exhaust? and what does the Intake affect?


personally, i'd go with exhaust first..but thats purely a matter of opinion. to me, an exhaust is more noticeable and will usually add 1 or 2 more whp than an Intake.

an Intake just affects how much air goes to your engine for combustion. aftermarket Performance Intakes have a wider diameter, and this allows more air (and thus more oxygen) to enter your engine. thumbsup
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