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ok it's time i was looking at my car the other day and the only thing i could think of was... my car would look soo much better if i just dropped it 2 inches all the way around. does anyone know of a good company that makes lowering springs with these kinda numbers that they would recommend... maybe some pics?
 

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Come on bro.. You have been here long enough to know that there are TONS of spring threads..

Most popular = Eibach sportlines
there is also SSC, K-sports, H&R And more that i am forgetting
 

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I have B&G (but they are still in my trunk....long story) But seriously, there are a TON of threads on this site that talk about springs. You will find some, I'm sure... :)
 

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I am going to be order in the eibach sport-pro kit on friday. I provides about a 2" drop all around as well as stiffer sway-bars. You can get it off tirerack.com for about $460.
 

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idk if you do auto x or anything, but if your cobalt is just a DD, you dont need strut bars. just a waste of money.
 

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are you thinking strut tower braces? the kit comes with 24mm front and 22mm rear sway bars to help decrease the amount of roll when cornering.
 

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yeah. trust me the cornering will improve dramatically just with the springs. no need to get the whole sport kit, but thats just IMO.
 

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Yeah, but I figure I got the money so why not. not to mention I am a delivery driver and the way people drive here I might as well be on the track.
 

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IMO the Eibach sway bars are too stiff for a DD. I'd suggest goinw with the progress or TTR rear sway bar and the FE5 front. they are more suitable for daily driving
 

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yes i have been here long enough and i do know that there are a lot of threads but obviously i wouldn't be posting a new one if there was one that had the numbers i'm looking for... i understand that eibachs are the most widely used but every car that i have seen with eibachs sit lower in the rear... look at the bottom of the car not the top and you can clearly see that the rear sits slightly lower due to the constant forces of driving foward... so here we are again does anyone have pics of just a 2 inch drop all around?
 

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Come on bro.. You have been here long enough to know that there are TONS of spring threads..

Most popular = Eibach sportlines
there is also SSC, K-sports, H&R And more that i am forgetting
x 2 !!!!!

I like the H&R's
 

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Man I just bought DropZone springs. They are working great. It dropped 2" in the front and 2.5" in the back. Made a BIG!!!! diff in my car. I only paid 127 and that included shipping.

Damn thats a deal and a half haha
 
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