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I can't decide at what springs to get. I've looked at Eibach, B&G and other brands, but not sure how far I want to lower it. Not trying to go too low but enough to see a difference. My wheels are 18" with 225/40/18.

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Lots of threads Kevin lol

but I say sportlines due to the EVEN stance they get you at. B&Gs seem to drop the coupes rear farther...+1 sportlines/ -1 B&Gs
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Lots of threads Kevin lol

but I say sportlines due to the EVEN stance they get you at. B&Gs seem to drop the coupes rear farther...+1 sportlines/ -1 B&Gs
Sportlines all the way

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gcobalt will tell you sportlines as allready did lol, hailcesar will tell you b&g if he get around to this thread, just sayin lol. i havent lowered yet, thinkin into the ksport springs. let me know what you decide to do and how they look

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Got the b&gs and now i seem to have an axle problem.. hahaha



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Remember, this guy has a g5 GT ...just saying for people out there.
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Yea, I know there are tons of threads on this. I rarely see any 2.4's with springs. I'm still new to this lol.

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Yea, I know there are tons of threads on this. I rarely see any 2.4's with springs. I'm still new to this lol.
All good man. I remember a dude had some Si springs or something at the TN meet. idk what they were called exactly. The guy with the grey g5. he was sitting good. i think they are cheaper than sportlines too.
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That looks real good.

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