well, if you do drop it, make sure you correct the camber. and yeah, def. some new shocks if you lower. go with the springs if you won't be adjusting, coilover sleeves/coilovers for adjustability.
They have a +40mm offset.slvrcivic said:make sure you have the correct offset of rims on...cuz if not you will rub...have at least a +40 offset..and i prefer springs instead of sleeves.
slvrcivic said:to correct camber, you need to buy a camber kit which can range from 200 up for all four sides...most known brands are ingalls and progress, sprint
SuperBlueSi said:Defantly get a camber kit, my car was lowered an inch or so and I had to get a camber kit because it wore the tire down and messed up my stearing. I also have a question. I am thinking of buying some coilovers, and what I want to know is what everyone thinks of Skunk2 and/or groundcontrol?
No problem, man.SuperBlueSi said:I am defantly leaning toward Skunk2, plus I have going to get Skunk2 cam gears. Thanks VTEC_DeSTiNY!!
dang tell me what camber kit is 20 buxs, they are always 150 dollars when i see itVTEC_DeSTiNY said:but why most people sell a rear camber kit only?
and they are cheap like $20.
i remember ppl saying that skunk2 was more for performance while GC was for ride comfort. depends if u want the handling more or the rideVTEC_DeSTiNY said:
Get Skunk2 coilovers.
My friend has them and loves them.
dang tell me what camber kit is 20 buxs, they are always 150 dollars when i see it