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Pics of ssssl rear/sssl front?

Discussion in 'VE Holden Commodore (2006 - 2013)' started by dredrum, Jul 18, 2011.

  1. kiwicon

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    dont worry what everyone is saying bro.. I have SSSLs on my VS - Same part number as Ultra Lows for the VT.. with 20s.. its not that low really.. But as stated above, watch the offset of the rim, as you may need wheel spacers in the back as I have - in NZ thou..
     
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    If you have a really steep driveway and want to tow sssl is going to make the car useless would hate to see it with ssssl!
    Best bet is coilovers so you can change it to your needs.
     
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    Thanks mate, that's what I wanted to know. Does anyone have an approximate measurement that ssl and sssl actually drop the car?
     
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    How can I view your pics ?
     
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    khfl-150ssl aprox 380mm for v6 and 370 for v8
    khfl-150sssl aprox 370mm for v6 and 360 for v8
    khrl-152ssl aprox 365mm
    khrl-152sssl aprox 350mm
    measured from hob to guard.
     
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    zapper-l67 LS# Eat One Today...

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    How to make a **** box out of a good car.

    And here we have the fully Sic Boganised version of the same car. With the SSSSSSL rear coil SSL front coils with the Fully Sic Fat Chicks on board..
    http://i796.photobucket.com/albums/yy250/l67-zapper/BoganCruzer.jpg
    Zapp. :rofl2:
     
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    ...wow. Last time I checked vs commodores were a slightly different car to the ve. Weight and spring rates not to mention front and rear bar dimensions.

    Air bags I think aren't nessesary for a jet ski unless it's a big trailer with a lot of gear in it. And 4sl springs are the lowest you can get, so I think it's fair to say that will be too low and not what you're looking for. I see cjy92's car every day and you wouldn't bother towing anything with it!
     
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    zapper-l67 LS# Eat One Today...

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    [​IMG]
     
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    brgsv6 Bing!

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    This guy knows ^^^^
     
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    SV666 The Commodore Enthusiast

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    See I like the look of how that sv6 sits, I know this may sound stupid but I'm gonna ask it I think in a way to get the car to sit on 18's like that as opposed to one that sits on 20's would the car have to sit a lot lower to get the edge of the tyre to meet with the guard? As opposed to the 20's there a larger wheel and therefore you wouldn't have to lower it to achieve the same results? This is the only reason I haven't lowered my car with the stock 18's for this reason I don't want it too low so would it be worth waiting to get 20's or lower now get the 20's later?
     
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    zapper-l67 LS# Eat One Today...

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    The Fully Sic Bogan-dore underground on 24" wheels.
    [​IMG]
    Zapp
     
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    Wouldn't scrub..
     
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    zapper-l67 LS# Eat One Today...

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    Wouldn't move at all Dude Its Beached Az Bro.....:rofl2:
     
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    Looks sick as bro
     
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    itsArthurKomar sexy beast

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    It's not hogans that slamming their commodores it's the ####ign muzzteks
     
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    Yes go SSL front SSSL for a V8. Heres a pic of mine best pic i have of the height. Now i have a 35 rear profile tyres not 30 so bit higher now

    [​IMG]
     
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    Also your bodykit sits lower than mine so I think I should be fine for that setup
     
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    Should be a good set up for you
     

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