skunk2 springs are really stiff...so i dun think kyb gr2 can handle such low drop...try 1"-1.25" drop...or try kyb agx...904lude said:im lowering my car soon with skunk2 springs... are the KYB GR-2's that im planning on putting with them capable of handling the 2" drop... i assume so since they are performance shocks but i wanted to double check on my investments
I dunno about that...I mean yea...it's pain in the ass to get an alignment evertime you adjust them, but they come in handy when you live in an area that sees tough winters.lOOkatme said:I'd go with H&R sport springs and KYB agx adj shocks.
then get a 4 wheel alignment.
you don't need coilovers.....they are a waste of money....unless your going to cornerweight then...and use them to get specific spring rates...otherwise....its not worth it. everytime you lower or raise the car...your gonna need to get a wheel alignment.
yeah the kyb and h&r sport combo is just a little stiffer than stock, ive been on it for 6 months or so and it doesnt really bother me at all.blitzkrg said:so what i've been reading lately from posts like this and all the searches i've been doing is that h&r sports springs with kyb agx adjustable shocks is the way to go.
i've been running on eibach pro springs with tokico ilumina adjustable shocks for years now, and no matter what i do now, it's way to stiff for my tastes. maybe it's just i'm getting old for this stuff. :eek in any case, can i get some kind of confirmation that the h&r sport and kyb agx combo will ride at least somewhat close to stock?