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This is a discussion on lowering springs within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the General Help category; my Z sits up pretty high, it had 20's when i got it, so i think it was raised, which ...

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    lowering springs

    my Z sits up pretty high, it had 20's when i got it, so i think it was raised, which lowering springs should i buy???




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    I have hotchkis springs paired with the koni songle adjustables. Gives a nice drop and the rise is still good. I have pics in my sig to see how low it looks when I had my 18" Z06's.



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    Wow that looks goofy. No offense. I have Vogtlands on mine. Here is a pic



    I had Eibach Sportlines but they were way too low and bouncy. Lousy springs in my opinion. I like these ones, they are great.
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    Is it better to get lowering springs or the V6 springs?

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    v6 springs are pretty good on the strip but suck for handling and normal street driving. you cant go wrong with Koni, Eibach, Bilstein or BMR springs

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    best bang for your buck is the eibach sport kit

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    before you buy any springs... what shocks will you be running.... are you thinking on getting both @ same time (spings + shocks) ?
    Also, what's the main use for the car ?
    how stiff suspension you want ? (difference between stiff and harsh... 2 different things)

    need more insight before i can give some advice.
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    almost stock triple-black 2000 SS convertible with 17x11s on all 4 w/ 315s at the track or on the street with 18x10.5s on all 4 w/ 315s: (1), (2)

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