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Good set up for 2" drop

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dlacombe

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Mar 8, 2003
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Does anyone know of a good set up of shocks or struts for a 2" drop? And if anyone has lowered a spyder before please let me know if it dropped more than specified because the spyder is heavier. And where do I find the right camber kit for the spyder? If anyone can help me out I would be greatful.
 
Sprint springs put you at 2" so do H&R race springs. I've heard better things about the H&R but i've had sprints before on a different car and they rode nice. Eibach sportlines have nothing but good reviews but they are 1.8" or so... it varies. If you are just doin around town driving i'd just go with the Tokico HP's i have them on mine with coilovers and they are pretty good even though my coilovers suck a. If you are going places with crappy crappy roads or racing i'd go with the illuminas. Don't know much about other brands of shocks. Personally i'd go with the Eibach sportlines or sprints and the tokico HP's if i were goin to start over. And yes you will need camber kits and an alignment. Hope that helps?
 
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