eafairmontghia had lows in his EA before getting superlows, then selling it (lows in the front, stock in the rear) and it sat fairly nice at the front, Kenaz has lows in his car also and its pretty nice ride height.
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same story curt - im with NRMA and i can only go 30mm down too. They can't actually tell if you have gone lower because they don't physically inspect the vehicle to insure it - as long as you have details etc etc of whats been done they usually go with that. BUT, should you have an accident and they find out you had anything different from what you told them (right down to whether you had a different CD player!), you can kiss your cover goodbye.
It's a risk, but if you think it's an acceptable one it's up to you. My main problem is practicality - there's no way anything wth superlows will get up my driveway, so Sports Lows it is for me!
Whoa, lows look pretty cool.
I always thought there wouldn't be too much difference and that Super lows were the only way to go.
What do a set of the lows cost, i assume they are king springs?
Did you need to get new shocks etc.
Sorry to semi-hijack your thread, but i think starting another "lowering post" would be a waste of space.
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