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How low should I go... #33333 Aug 5, 3:20pm Aug 5, 3:20pm
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How low should I go...
I wanna lower my car, but dont know wats the best drop for the celi. Whats the lowest you guyz think i should go? Keep in mind i live in pothole city (jersey).


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Re: How low should I go... [Re: NIKONGT] #33334 Aug 5, 3:58pm Aug 5, 3:58pm
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I live in Jersey too...
umm do you have a body kit or plan on one? Do you have wheels at all?


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Re: How low should I go... [Re: NIKONGT] #33335 Aug 5, 4:09pm Aug 5, 4:09pm
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easy but expensive is to choose a height adjustable suspension. thumbsup


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Re: How low should I go... [Re: NIKONGT] #33336 Aug 5, 4:34pm Aug 5, 4:34pm
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Get the Eibach Sportlines or Hotchkis spring kit. Once you lower your car you should change your driving behavior anyway. I mean change it by ususally driving slower (at the speed limit), constantly watching for road hazards and angling your car so that you dont scrape the bottom out on steep curbs/driveways.


Re: How low should I go... [Re: Steven] #33337 Aug 5, 5:19pm Aug 5, 5:19pm
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an inch off the ground sounds good, be careful and drive slow


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Re: How low should I go... [Re: Street Prototype] #33338 Aug 5, 6:58pm Aug 5, 6:58pm
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thanx for the help and yea my wings west kit should be coming in soon..so i guess now i gotta be a lil more watchful...thanx again.


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Re: How low should I go... [Re: Steven] #33339 Aug 5, 7:09pm Aug 5, 7:09pm
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Originally Posted by Steven
Get the Eibach Sportlines or Hotchkis spring kit. Once you lower your car you should change your driving behavior anyway. I mean change it by ususally driving slower (at the speed limit), constantly watching for road hazards and angling your car so that you dont scrape the bottom out on steep curbs/driveways.


yup one of these two are good

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