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Old 19-Jul-2006, 04:55 AM
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hi guys
i'm thinking about lowering my car and as of now i can only afford springs

did a lil research and realize different springs are sorta design for different cars

so just wondering ... what kinda springs should i use to get the best preformance
and hopfully not dmg my stock the most?

brand and name?
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Old 19-Jul-2006, 10:24 AM
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it won't matter what kind of springs you get, but rather how low you go... dropping any bit at all on stock shocks will cause excess wear and they might not go right away, but in time they will.

i am a fan of H & R because my ride is awesome with their springs, so why go anywhere else? i would say H&R sport or OEM spec(i don't know if those have much or any drop). or just get the eibach pro-kit springs, they are not too much of a drop and are a pretty comfortable ride...

but IMO, you should upgrade your shocks, even if you go with KONI reds or something, they are more on the budget side with a little bit of adjustability.
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