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fallen1

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im putting ceptors on my car and i want to lower it. how low should i go? i dont want to scrape every speed hump i come across.

thanks =D
 

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Fit FE2 springs and shocks/struts which are holdens sports type springs, they sit a bit lower than standard,and handle a lot better, but not that low that you stuff the underside of your car.
 

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thanks mate that solves my problem.

have a good new year.
 

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Brett is fe2 on maloo utes?
 

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Brett is fe2 on maloo utes?
Mate Im not 100% sure,so I cant give a definite yes or no.Someone on here will definitely know for sure.Id say it probably would have it fitted as standard though on the maloo.
 

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Yep, a maloo should have FE2s - but I dont think the rear springs would suit your stato. You would need IRS sedan rear springs.
 
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