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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 11-05-2009, 08:00 PM Thread Starter
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Spring Question?

Well in january I am putting springs on my car at school. Well i cant make up my mind if I want the SSC springs or sportlines. I am just concerned on what kind of drop the SSC springs have on the LS because I have only seen them on the SS.

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OBZ has SSC springs.
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Sportlines drop 2.5 rear and 2.0 front BTW

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i have SSC springs, look at my sig pic. the drop was perfect for me, and they handle like ur on rails, lol.


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I don't know how the SSC springs are, but I love my Sportlines too. They're great!
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OBZ has SSC springs.
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Sportlines drop 2.5 rear and 2.0 front BTW

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i was going to say both!
OBZ has 18's btw.


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Ok thanks for the help! for some reason I think im just gonna go with the SSC springs there a little cheaper.

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I know a cheaper but good set if springs. They're dropzone. Cost like $100 and a decent drop

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Here's a pic of the dropzone springs


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Are the dropzone springs durable and reliable or do I get what i paid for, with problems down the road.

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Are the dropzone springs durable and reliable or do I get what i paid for, with problems down the road.
probably get what you pay for, imean they may be good springs but you'd def get better quality out of the ssc or sportlines. All depends what you want and how much you're willing to spend on it. I'm going with sportlines and new shocks/struts next summer (probably monroe sensatrack or kyb)
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