Okay, i have done a search and cant find much, so what i want to know is;
1. Is it really worth goin superlows over lows
2. How much is it to purchase the King springs
3. do i need cmaber kits and shocks aswell
4. how hard/easy is it to install
cheers guys, its a series 1 EB Fairmont with an I6.
1. IMO, go as low as you can go.
2. Try to find second hand ones from a wreckers or else where, you'll save some $$$ to buy tools to do it yourself.
3. no you dont "need" them, just like you dont "need" sunscrean in the sun (you'll eventually get burned, lol).
4. Its not difficult if you've got the right tools (i.e. the right sized spanners and sockets, unlike what i did), as you are just jacking up the car, undoing a few bolts etc. If you've got a gregories manual, just follow that step by step, but once your actually doing it you'll find that the process is fairly easy and repeditive (i.e. one side of the car is the same as the other).
I'd go superlows, i put XR springs in my car just to please the insurance company, as soon as i changed the car went lower coz i was nowhere near happy with the height, still need to change the rear springs.
1995 EF II Falcon GLi: Heritage Green, 4spd Auto, AUII 17" Rims, Custom BA Front Bar, Lowered, Gas Research LPG, Clear Indicators, JVC MP3 Headunit, Phoenix Gold 6.5" Splits, Coustic 481QE Amp, Clarion 12" sub, Leather Seats, Power Window Conversion, 3.45 LSD, Pacemaker Comp Extractors, 2.5" Exhaust, Mandrel Bent Intake, High Flow Filter, Wade 1004 110 cam.
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put in koni adj with the kings, they handle great and if the car is to low for you, you ca raise a circlip on the koni's to give you more ride height. i have mine on the lowest setting and the car handles great and looks awsome
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