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Nov 3, 1:28pm - #57620 
lower the back of the celi

Hi!!
I have a 100% stock Celi and i dont like that the back is mutch higer then the front.. Anybody know how mutch is the best to lower it?? And way it is so high up in the back? confused

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Nov 3, 1:31pm - #57621 
there are some springs that would lower it evenly...i think hotchkis any1 correct me if iam wrong idunno

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Nov 3, 2:26pm - #57622 
i just bought some coilover springs off of ebay. worked great! or ground control coilover springs


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Nov 3, 2:32pm - #57623 
hotchkis lowers the back a good bit more..than the front...I think the specs are 1.3" in the front and 1.7" in the back.

Very nice drop.. What I have and love it.

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Nov 3, 2:41pm - #57624 
i agree, i have hotchkis springs and i recommend them thumbsup. or go coilovers grin


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Nov 3, 3:02pm - #57625 
all current lowering springs drop the back more than the front. and the reason it is higher i believe is so it doesn't bottom out when loaded up


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Nov 3, 3:44pm - #57626 
ok tnx every one

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Nov 3, 6:40pm - #57627 
The eibach sportlines drop i think 2.5 in the back and 1.something in the front.


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Nov 3, 6:48pm - #57628 

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Nov 3, 7:16pm - #57629 
www.Modacar.com Eibach Sportline $185.00
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Nov 3, 8:55pm - #57630 
Originally Posted by adamj5
hotchkis lowers the back a good bit more..


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