Ive noticed recently that King offer Ultra Lows in their catalogue for E series and AU/BA falcons. I understand that these MUST be illigal, as superlows bring an EA/L 20mm below the legal limit (in SA), but does anyone know how much lower the ultra lows drop an EL over the superlows. Is it another 30mm down as is the drop between Lows and Superlows?
I have a Superlow equiped EA atm, and by no means at all is it undriveable, or does it have a problem with groundclearences anywhere, so this would leave me to believe that ultra lows may still be relativly streetable. Anyone with experence??
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I tried emailing them and they sent me a reply straight away but didnt tell me how low they were, They only said that repco stock them and that in some states both the superlows and ultralows are illegal and only for show use.
I sent another email asking them about the height but got no answer. Send them an email and see how you go.
I just bought an EB and it needs to lowered ASAP. It looks strange with 17's and stock ride height.
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dropped my ute about 30mm pedders in the front 50mm in the rear reset pedders..
my brother (HAMO) has SSL Kings in his AU 6 looks good, he had SL Kings on for 2 weeks says they were not low enough...the cars/utes Handle so much better lowered...but you loose a bit in your ride in the ute..the AU rides very well i was supprised...
he pays the AU policy dont tell them he can whip them in and out in 2 hours if needed..on my BA ute i will tell insurance company next when its due most insurers allow 3 mods, just say its lowered not by how much...
yeh i herd ultralows are or should only be used for show use. im guessin it would be impossible to clear some speed humps with ultra's. i have superlows in my EA and its fine, u just have to take it easy round bumps obviously lol though i have had my fair share of scraping...
but love to see wat a e-series car looks like with ultas's
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