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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-27-2010, 01:30 PM Thread Starter
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Your Opinion of the Best Suspension

Okay so I know there are a lot of people on here that haven't lowered their Cobalt yet, including me, and are looking for the best possible, but yet affordable lowering spring.

Right now I have no idea which set of springs I am going for so I am asking you experienced lowering gurus which is your favorite lowering spring and why?

PS-I looked for a thread like this but couldn't find one so if anyone knows of one here on YC with the same topic please refer me to it...Thanks
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eibach sportlines and then the FE5 parts

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coilovers or FE5 + pedders
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I have Pro Kit springs and FE1 shocks for now.
I will upgrade to Koni's or FE5 shocks when i need them.

But now it handles really nice but still has a decent ride.
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