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How low is too low? #61548 Nov 18, 5:11pm Nov 18, 5:11pm
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How low is too low?
Well i have the full Blitz kit with a urethane front,which we all know is pretty big.My friend has skunk2 springs which he said he would give me.Now with the kit I have,is 2.25 in the front and 2.50 in the back too much?...i think it would be really slammed in the front..what is your guys opinions?

Re: How low is too low? [Re: celicaguy] #61549 Nov 18, 5:15pm Nov 18, 5:15pm
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you know you're too low when you get stuck on speed bumps. it's happened before.

Re: How low is too low? [Re: celicaguy] #61550 Nov 18, 5:17pm Nov 18, 5:17pm
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Well thats a possibility if i go 2.25 in the front with the blitz urethane front..haha

Re: How low is too low? [Re: celicaguy] #61551 Nov 18, 5:47pm Nov 18, 5:47pm
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my boy has the same setup but he has a 2in drop and he as to go 2 mph over speed bumps but car looks nice. it is up to you.


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Re: How low is too low? [Re: celicaguy] #61552 Nov 18, 6:02pm Nov 18, 6:02pm
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someone has a blitz front with skunk2 springs I think and the thing is on the ground...
I have TRD springs and I cannot go over speed bumps..had to go into reverse at home depot..lol..

it's gonna be low..how big are your rims?


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Re: How low is too low? [Re: VSGTS14] #61553 Nov 18, 6:16pm Nov 18, 6:16pm
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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
someone has a blitz front with skunk2 springs I think and the thing is on the ground...
I have TRD springs and I cannot go over speed bumps..had to go into reverse at home depot..lol..

it's gonna be low..how big are your rims?
haha rofl reverse


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Re: How low is too low? [Re: celicaguy] #61554 Nov 18, 6:19pm Nov 18, 6:19pm
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i have 18 inch wheels on 40 series tire...my buddy with the springs now has a celi gt also,he has 18 inch wheels but with a stock body for now..and his front bumper is literally probably only about no more than 8 inches off the ground..so i am thinking by adding a blitz urethane front i would probably be sittin on the groung but i wanted your guys opinions

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Re: How low is too low? [Re: celicaguy] #61556 Nov 18, 6:47pm Nov 18, 6:47pm
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Well there is a few people i know of around here that is literally about an inch off the ground..its just i know how big the front bumper is..i just am not sure if i would be literally laying on the ground..haha

Re: How low is too low? [Re: fastceli2001] #61557 Nov 18, 9:38pm Nov 18, 9:38pm
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Originally Posted by fastceli2001
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
someone has a blitz front with skunk2 springs I think and the thing is on the ground...
I have TRD springs and I cannot go over speed bumps..had to go into reverse at home depot..lol..

it's gonna be low..how big are your rims?
haha rofl reverse


i second that laughter rofl rofl

Re: How low is too low? [Re: celicaguy] #61558 Nov 19, 1:00pm Nov 19, 1:00pm
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Anyone got any pics that would closely resemble what it would look like so i can get an idea?

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