Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Pittsburgh, Pistolvania
The trick is to install the stock springs before going in for service.
Anyways, the only thing that they may have issue with on a lowered car is mainly related to the suspension components, especially if you must cut the bump stops. I'd say instead of slamming the car, go for the 2008+ FE5 springs/struts/shocks from the SS/TC. Those should be safe enough while giving the car a significant increase in handling and lowering the car enough to remove the "I'm driving a S10" feeling. Plus they have GM part numbers, so the dealership may not even bother to verify that they belong on that car.
GM Stage II | 2nd Gen Projectors | 5000K Low Beams | 3000K HID Fogs | LED Tails| SS/TC Seats
▲RIP 2007 G5: Totalled 1/26/10▲