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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-25-2010, 11:27 AM Thread Starter
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BG Lowering Springs? How Good Are They?

Hey i want to lower my 07 coablt LS nothing too radical and i found these BG lowering springs S2 Sport and i was wondering what people thought about them. I dont plan on doing any racing or anything like that i just want to give it a better look and feel.
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well, these are one of the lowest available, so there goes your "nothing too radical" right out the window.


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Yeah they are pretty low. I've only had mine on for about 5 days and so far so good. They ride really nice. Check out my garage I have a pic. I have an 09 ls. My mud flaps are going to have to go they scrape on everything.
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if u don't want anything too "radical" then go with sportlines..B&G's are one of the lowest drops for the cobalts out there (besides coilovers of course)


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i had b&g's on my sunflower.. they we great and can't complain about their performance. they weren't to low or anything though.

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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-27-2010, 12:20 PM
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^^^ what they all said the drop is pretty low but i like it

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