Megan Racing Springs
Hey guys and gals it's been a few months since I posted anything but I got alot more done to my Cobalt since I've last posted on here.
I went to a local junk yard and managed to find some used Megan Racing springs they only charged me for $50 which was a steal, they were a little rusty looking so I wire brushed them to a better condition. I went to a performance and tuning garage a few miles near me they slapped them on and only charged me $100 for installation. I notice a huge difference from stock springs and aftermarket. The stock height was much higher and for the Megan my car sits lower only at a 2" drop but I still have wheel gap which is kinda disappointing but it's way better then having stock. The ride is a little bumpy when acceleration but no shaking or anything serious to worry about.
I been recommended to get B&G springs from other cobalt owners but I wanted to see how Megan racing would do before I purchased a more expense lowering spring especially since I got the Megan's for $50.
What do you guys think? Should I stick with the Megan? or get the B&G will the B&G have more or less of a wheel gap? Do you notice a difference? Please let me know I'm very curious and anxious about my USDM project. I'll post photos below ---------------- V
Sunburst Orange 2006 LS Cobalt 2.2L Halo Projector LED lights Exterior/Interior, Xentec (HID kit / 8000K ), Smoked lights, Decals, K&N 69-4515TS Typhoon cold air intake system, 2.2L DOHC Tsudo N1 catback exhaust, Blacked out badges, 35% Window tint, 2" B&G Lowering Springs, DC Strut Bar, Rear Tow Hook, Painted Calipers/ Wheel drum, OBX Header, Areospeed Orange Lugnuts, Black Maxxim Air Rims, Sony CDXGT565UP Car Stereo Receiver with USB Input and Pandora Control
A lot still in progress...