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question about lowering the car with G2 super springs

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    question about lowering the car with G2 super springs

    I am going to lower my Trans Am this weekend using the G2 super springs. Is there anything else that is a MUST to install because i am lowering the car? thanks

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    shocks
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    lower contol arm relocation brackets.

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    Yeah what he said..

    The lower contol arm relocation brackets are a requirement but you wont get wheel hop if your a drag racer...and it will look like this...when you gone!

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    wow, that looks damn good! are those ferrari rims??

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    also, is that 1.75" ? it looks like less..or my perception of an almost 2" drop is just "off"

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    Yeah..that is a nice shot isnt it!...

    Thoes are G2's .."Worlds Challenge" wheels..and they advertise the drop to be 1.75..but itwas a full 2"..I sit at 26 1/2 or 3/4 I forget now ate all four corners..

    What shocks are you getting? Your stock De-carbons wont handle the stress...Re-Valved Via Sam Strano are a minimum....the ride is VERY firm..think gokart firm..think WELL planted....
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    wow, i really think that's a great stance for a camaro w/out a body kit. my ws.6 has the stock body kit on the sides and it'll look TOOOO low for me. but DAYUM that's a nice lookin car, man.

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    And I dont scrape much of anything...the occasional speed bump but not much else..
    heres a "Not so flattering" shot but you get the idea of the ride height..its not actually that low

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