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Old 06-27-2012, 02:20 AM   #1
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Lowering springs or factory springs

I have a set of lowering springs on my car, I like the look, but with my Mac longtubes and Mac pro chamber mid pipe, the exhaust only sits just a couple inches from the ground. I've got a 91 lx/gt and was wondering if the stock 4 cylinder springs would be ok to put back in it to raise it up a little bit?
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I would say the benefits of a lowered car are very limited if you end up having to replace exhaust components from scraping. If you drive careful enough you might avoid it, but 1 inch is not very much wiggle room.
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I think I'm going back to some stock 4cylinder springs.....
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Re: Lowering springs or factory springs

You might be better off with some stock V8 springs. I'm not sure the 4 cylinder springs are going to provide much support and they may bounce worse than your lowering springs if you have a V8 in the car now.
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