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Hi, was just after some help with lowering my ssv sedan, not sure whether to go ssl king springs all round or ultra low kings and shocks all round? Can anyone help with my dilemma and maybe post a couple of pics of how both set ups would look cheers.
 

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Hard decision!

Thanks found it, doing my head in which set up to go 4!
 

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Hi, was just after some help with lowering my ssv sedan, not sure whether to go ssl king springs all round or ultra low kings and shocks all round? Can anyone help with my dilemma and maybe post a couple of pics of how both set ups would look cheers.
Hey mate - See how you go but when I did my exhaust on my VE it sits very low so I hit it on the ground a fair bit even though the car is at stock height.... Let me know how you go...

^ Does anyone else have this problem???

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Chris
 

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stock height + hitting exhaust means there are issues with your exhaust!
 

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I Got a full X-force system put on my Caprice, now my car is low and on 22's but not as much as i want it (that will change soon) I took the car my machanic and asked him about the exhaust sitting low at the back, he said there is nothing that can be done about it because the way the exhaust is made is sits down at an angle. the only way to fix this is to cut and weld the exhaust back together.
This pic isnt my car cause im at work and cant upload my pics atm.
But this is how my exhaust hangs down at the back (mine is Stainless steel)

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My machanic said that it shouldnt scrap either as it sits right inbetween the middle of the wheels (if that makes scense to you guys)
 

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stock height + hitting exhaust means there are issues with your exhaust!
Correct. Mine is lowered with full system and i have no problems.
Cheers for the feedback guys - Think Ill go and have a chat with the place I had it done and see if there is something that can be done about it although looking at BADNWS's post it seems it may just be a poor design by xforce?
 
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