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Old 08-14-2013, 04:35 PM   #1
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Drop on coilovers?

I have a 2013 v6 with rtr's coming soon and I'm just trying to figure out what a good drop would be for it. Something that wouldn't rub and also good for daily drivers but with a nice stance. Btw I'm most likely going with BC , Megan , or d2 coilovers.
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Coil overs are great if your going to be road racing or want to "stance" your car but if you just doing a normal drop there is no reason. Just look into sportlines or H&R SS if you want a nice daily drivable large drop. I personally have sportlines and they are great and I wouldn't know why you want to go any lower if you have to DD your car.
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