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who makes good springs i want to drop it about 1"1/2 but i dont want to really lose too much of a ride comfort.i want to get rid of the big gap that it has bettween the the fender and wheels.
 

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eibach pro kit
 

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Eibach pro kit. The ride quality is better than stock, but the lower height is barely noticeable.
 

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which can you noticed more the drop tho?i dont want to lower it a 1/4":p i wanna see at least a 1" drop
 

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Steeda Sport Springs here. Dropped 1 1/4" all around. Kept the stock isolators and picked up a new rear bump stop from Summit.

Looks great with the 17"X9" '98 Silver Cobra "R"'s I'm runnin.
 

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arent the steeeda springs specific rate. i would go with the eibach----progressive rate springs..just ddepends on how you like your ride tho.
 

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SliderGT said:


Get progressive rate springs (Eibach). They cost more, but they give you a better ride.
slider, how does your car look? mine is the same color i want to see how it looks with the C springs.
 

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sgarcia89lx said:
slider you cut the springs too?and did you have to align your car afterward?
I only cut the rear springs about 1/2 a coil (dead coil), and the rear cannot and does not need to be aligned. I had the front aligned after about a month.

Thanks for the compliment.
 
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