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importcelica
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Jul 11, 6:41pm - #26911 
I NEED HELP!

Hi, I want to know what is the cheapest way for lowering my gt cause I'm 17 and dont have money. I will apreciate all the info you can give Thanks thumbsup


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Jul 11, 6:46pm - #26912 
dont buy cheap stuff! work hard and save up thumbsup

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Jul 11, 7:22pm - #26913 
dont rice out yur car...somehow i don't think your gonna listen though...there are crappy clamp things at autozone that compress your springs, the riced out way you lower a car, I wouldn't reccomend them but they are the cheapest...save up 200$$ you'll thank yourself in the end

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Jul 11, 7:56pm - #26914 
work...get money...mod the car the right way. thumbsup grin


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Jul 11, 10:32pm - #26915 
cheap mods are no good! just be patient, and you'll get there! Always better to spend more on a much better product. thumbsup

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Jul 12, 12:04am - #26916 
Cheapest way to do it...Buy springs, install them, start saving for shocks, install them. Only cost around 400-500 give or take. That is cheap and gives you time to buy each.

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Jul 12, 12:51pm - #26917 
Could always go to the shop and have them heat up your springs to compress them and lower it that way. I don't know if this is a good idea or not, but this is what my shop tells me I could do instead of buying new springs and all that. But i don't know.


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Jul 12, 12:54pm - #26918 
Yea I agree it is better to save up for quality parts. I always try to buy the best stuff so it last long and wont become outdated easily.

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