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Lowered before & after pics

This is a discussion on Lowered before & after pics within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Originally Posted by onetroubledguy Btw what kind of hood is that in the after pic??? Looks pretty sweet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by onetroubledguy View Post
    Btw what kind of hood is that in the after pic???
    Looks pretty sweet

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    does anyone have problems bottoming out with long tubes and an ory with the car lowered because i bottom out now at stock height (only on speed bumps) but i want to lower it i just didnt know if i should maybe redo my exhaust before i lower it or what

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shammer View Post
    does anyone have problems bottoming out with long tubes and an ory with the car lowered because i bottom out now at stock height (only on speed bumps) but i want to lower it i just didnt know if i should maybe redo my exhaust before i lower it or what
    i dont scrape on speed bumps unless they are HUGE and i have lt's and a y AND my cars lowered.. if somthin scrapes its right under my tranny right after the y
    1999 mbm Z m6/ forged 346, lt's, wires, ls6 intake, sts rear turbo.

    *SOLD*2002 black ws6- <Bolt ons, ls6 heads, mild cam, dyno tune, full susp. and 4.10s> --440rwhp/395rwtq

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    I have the sportlines with LT and ory and bottom out on all of the speed bumps except i the small ones right where i live but if i dont go REALLY REALLY REALLY slow over them i will bottom out on those to. I have to creep over them so when your front tires come off the speed bump the car doesn't bounce and hit. Basicly if you see a speed bump try to find a different way lol. With the sportlines AND my 18s i stil have to drive my car up on 2 blocks of wood to fit the jack under lol. After all that i still LOVE them!!!!!

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    What color did you paint your back bumper?
    Its rattle can Satin Black

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    hey slow T/a,

    how long have u been running stock shocks? did you get the adjustable pan handle bar? i'm just going fo appearnace..cause i've been hearing ALOt of people saying gotta get an aftermarket shocks if your gonna lower and a adjustable pan handle bar..

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