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Old 01-04-2015, 12:00 AM   #1
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Pics of lowered V6 cars

im torn between the FRPP N springs (1" drop) and the Eibach Pro-Kit (1.3/1.4")
my chick isnt used to driving a lowered car. Im wanting to swap from stock 16" wheels to 18" either stock bullitts/fanblades or a staggered 18x9/18x10 setup. i dont want the car real low just loose some fender gap. what do yall think? any pics? thanks!
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Go with the Pro-Kit. Even a 1.5" drop isn't all that bad. Still easily street able for someone who isn't used to driving lowered cars.
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ok thanks for the input. its still just a plan at the moment. im still doing research for pictures
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Check out the the feedback on AM and the pictures people have posted of each, that may help a little if you're trying to compare
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Yeah I've got the SR 1.5" springs and this is my first lowered car and it's no problem on the street


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more than likely im gonna run the steeda sport springs. that will give me 1-1.25 im looking for
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I had the ford racing N springs and shocks but the rears didnt do it for me. I ended up swapping the rears out for H&R's for the 1.9" rear drop I think and adding Eibach 25mm spacers. The ride height, wheel gap and offset is just perfect for me now.
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