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Sportlines or Pro Kit on a LS Sedan?

I am looking at getting springs pretty soon here, does anyone have a pic of a sedan lowered? what would you suggest for springs? Sportlines or pro kit?



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depends on what you wanna do wit the car and what kinda ride you want... you can go to my build thread it's a lowered sedan

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lots of spring threads out there...but....
i suggest sportlines. yes im biased. but i love the ride quality, and the drop puts the cobalt where it should come from the factory to me.
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lots of spring threads out there...but....
i suggest sportlines. yes im biased. but i love the ride quality, and the drop puts the cobalt where it should come from the factory to me.
thus being tru the sport lines are a bit to low for rollin kit's hence y i asked what they planned to do... but i personally i would roll sport lines and a kit but there's maybe 2 inches of clearance in the front depending on the bumper

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thus being tru the sport lines are a bit to low for rollin kit's hence y i asked what they planned to do... but i personally i would roll sport lines and a kit but there's maybe 2 inches of clearance in the front depending on the bumper
true, with a body kit i wouldnt roll sportlines. you would be one of those people rollin a cracked front bumper.
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true, with a body kit i wouldnt roll sportlines. you would be one of those people rollin a cracked front bumper.
that's a big negative ghost rider... honestly tho i've done it.. it sucked ass but i've been rollin body kit's for a good while now to where i know how/where/when to roll thru thing's ya know..

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I just have a stock LS sedan, so if i want to go with the lower of the 2, i should go with sportlines?



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I just have a stock LS sedan, so if i want to go with the lower of the 2, i should go with sportlines?
yes... unless you plan on kitting... and the sportline's with the SS bumpers you'll be ok.. but with an actual body kit... the though is no bueno.. i've done it and loved it but i dont recomend it.

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I just have a stock LS sedan, so if i want to go with the lower of the 2, i should go with sportlines?
IMO, yes. it would look great!
and definitely increase the fun factor while driving.

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IMO, yes. it would look great!
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