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Old 01-18-2014, 11:02 PM   #1
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I'm sure this is tech but I could be wrong, but I was wondering what kits or parts I need to basically lower my car as much as possible but not slam it.
Price is not a factor, just wondering what people have to say on brands and kits etc...

For example, if you have a kit that has everything needed or just a list of parts like springs, camber plates, struts, mounts, control arms, sway bars, pan hard bar, etc...
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Old 01-18-2014, 11:52 PM   #3
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Recommend bc racing
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Do they have a full kit?
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Yeah it's a full coilover set up so it's struts/shocks springs and camber plates all in one. Height and stiffness adjustable. Around $1000 give or take a few
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That sounds like a good deal, I was looking on AM and Latemodel and others. But just wanted advice from others. Thanks for the Info.
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No problem, there's also Megan racing which have them for 8-900.
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