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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-03-2008, 01:26 PM Thread Starter
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Just thought id let you guys know,

Canucks Motorsports in Surrey B.C has some great springs for us 2.2L Felles.


Got them in about a week ago and love them

Its a 1.9" in The front and 1.6" in the back, decent price too 165$
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would these get rid of the wheel gap
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would these get rid of the wheel gap
That is what they are designed to do. Lower the car to get rid of wheel gap and to give slight handling perfomance.

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im sayin would this be enough drop
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I have the drop with 18"s with 225/40 rubber and there is about a inch left but looks great in My opinion
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im sayin would this be enough drop
Yes this should be enough drop for you.

The most popular brand of springs for our cars are the Eibach Sportlines and they drop 2.0 in the front and 2.5 in the rear, it's really mroe or less prefference but any drop is better than stock right?

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i dont like when the rear squats lower then the front



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i dont like when the rear squats lower then the front
I dont either normally, but it does make sense on a FWD car.

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