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    Default lowering vt commodore

    im looking at purchasin king springs low or either superlows, i know that lows will lower my car 30mm and superlows will lower it 60 mm taking it down to just legal height of 130mm if my car is to be lowered with superlows will new shocks have to be put in so my car does not bottom out........

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    How many kms has your car done? My mechanic suggested that I get different shocks mainly because I had high kms. If you're gonna get superlows I reckon get the shocks done as well. You'll feel the difference in your cornering and everything else. Get superlows though, lows just aren't enough!

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    Best way to show you..

    Stock Springs & Suspension



    With SuperLow Springs & Stock Suspension



    Overall with SuperLows All round & Stock Suspension



    Also invest $4XX is a camber kit... will save you alot in the long run

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    I have superlows in the rear and lows in the front, and it doesn't even come CLOSE to that. What the **** (sorry but I'm angry) has my mechanic done?

    Lowered:
    http://storage.msn.com/x1plMlLh5OuvL...MUOY9gi6oEUWjg

    Stock:
    http://storage.msn.com/x1plMlLh5OuvL...6gUPECERwr6yvg

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    vy sammy, just a question how much of the ground is your car with the kit on? im contemplating very hard on wether to go just normal lows or superlows with my vy kit on. nice ride btw....

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    Spyper, give us the part numbers on the springs.
    il look them up at work and let you know what they are..
    my cars on lows all round and looks like yours (minus the mags).
    thing is lows and super lows cost the same. when i lowered mine i putnew front bearing plates and bearings in.
    also put a fkn rear camber kit in too. no one wants to spend money on them but everyone who doesnt complains about there tyres..
    Matrix

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    it looks higher than the factory FE2 springs I had.. I would definitly look into the part numbers as Matrix has suggested.. It just looks too high for even lows..

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    Thanks for the help guys, yeh a camber kit is already lined up for when i get the springs put in also a front end alignment, i think superlows is the go as was said in another reply lows and superlows are the same price so might aswell just go superlows. thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandor
    vy sammy, just a question how much of the ground is your car with the kit on? im contemplating very hard on wether to go just normal lows or superlows with my vy kit on. nice ride btw....
    About About 3inchs all around... i think.. ill double check for you later...

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