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Old 06-02-2012, 04:35 PM   #1
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lowering with pypes true dual

Hey guys I'm thinkin about eventually lowering my 06 that I have a pypes true dual setup, and was wondering if lowering would conflict at all with the new exhaust. If so/not, any suggestions on performance springs?
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Re: lowering with pypes true dual

Do you have LT headers? If not then you will be perfectly fine.
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No it wouldn't and eibach or H&R is good
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Re: lowering with pypes true dual

If you've just got a standard exhaust set up without LT's then your exhaust would be fine, If you drop 2" you will probably want to be a little more careful on bumps though (For your bumper's sake), anything less than that and you are good.
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Awesome thanks for the quick responses guys. I live in a fairly bumpy area, any advice on a good low but not too low height?

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And btw no on the LT headers... I'm looking into shorties for that reason!
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Awesome thanks for the quick responses guys. I live in a fairly bumpy area, any advice on a good low but not too low height?
With a chin spoiler I measured how low and the bumper is roughly 5inches off the ground stock so maybe 1 inch would be good though getting a 2inch drop my be too much
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Awesome thanks for the quick responses guys. I live in a fairly bumpy area, any advice on a good low but not too low height?

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And btw no on the LT headers... I'm looking into shorties for that reason!
I'd say 1.25 front and 1.5 rear
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Is that common to get different heights front and rear?
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Re: lowering with pypes true dual

yea, the rear is slightly higher than the front, thats why it kind of looks like a 4x4 truck. People get the rear lowered a little more than the front to make it level.
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Nice, ill look into it!!
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