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How low can i drop Veilside EC-1 kit? #168600 Apr 30, 8:57am Apr 30, 8:57am
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How low can i drop Veilside EC-1 kit?
i got a 2k GTS and i want the Veilside original kit. they said it drops the car 1.5" at its lowest point on the kit. my question is 2 things. how far should i drop it and what brand/model should i get. my inputs are---> i am lowering it mainly for looks little for sport so stiff stiff is no thanx. but i want to drop it as low as possible and still be able to go over rairroad tracks without scraping .i can slow down to 5mph for them but i don't wanna bottom out. other than that i hope it looks hot thumbsup

Re: How low can i drop Veilside EC-1 kit? [Re: 2kVeilsideGTS] #168601 Apr 30, 9:05am Apr 30, 9:05am
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TRD drop thumbsup

Re: How low can i drop Veilside EC-1 kit? [Re: righteous_one] #168602 Apr 30, 10:39am Apr 30, 10:39am
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it really depends on the road conditions you have to go thru in your area. if you dont want to be scraping all over the place then i would suggest the TRD springs, an inch is the lowest you can go but youll still encounter minor scrapings(like me grin ) anything lower would be murder on your kit so your choices would be either stock,an inch drop or you can go with adjustable coilovers so these 3 are your options if you want to keep your authentic veilside in shape

btw it would also help if your rolling on 18"

Re: How low can i drop Veilside EC-1 kit? [Re: tru_Asiatik_Pride] #168603 Apr 30, 1:31pm Apr 30, 1:31pm
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i have eibach sportlines on my VS kit

but i live in miami where roads are good

...if you live up north i would recommend the

the eibach pro kit


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mastro, your is low...looks nice thumbsup

go for the eibach pro's cool

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