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lowering info

new and mild educated...

getting into the performance of my 2001 prelude base....

maining looking into getting a drop with stock like soft ride....

any info is greatly needed...

thanks guys...
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Re: lowering info

almost forgot a little info... i live in wisconsin... so winter factor... looking at adjustable lowing kits but im kinda lost... dont know quality or look of brands... again good lower look with mid-soft ride.... nothing to aggressive but sporty looking... street car and DD
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Re: lowering info

coilovers.

tein is good.
ground control is good.
d2 i think is good.
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Re: lowering info

okay... coil-overs do what? and i was actually looking at the tein non-adjustable because they are a little cheaper... pros-cons for adjustable or non-adjustable?
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Re: lowering info

first i found the adjustable... then found non-adjustable. better looks? better traction? better ride? if you know anything more then what i am asking please share
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Re: lowering info

Honestly bro you can find most of your answers simply by browsing the "stance" section. Do a little reading, if your still confused come on back. But to me it sounds like you need to do a little bit of research.

For what its worth Tokico Hp gas series( commonly referred to as Tokico blues) are what I'm about to put on my car. Mostly because IMO I think it will provide the look I want without sacrificing much. its easy on the wallet, won't slam my car( they are rated at 1.25" drop) and from most accounts still provide a stock-like ride. Like I said do some research. There are plenty of threads on this same topic in which this has been answered. and alot of times it comes down to what you need, and how much your willing to spend...
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wait...shocks can also result in dropping your car? I thought it was replacing springs...I'm confused now...
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