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How low did you go with your GC CoilOvers using your stock struts, shocks, camber kit

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It's been about 4.5 months since I installed my Ground Controls. I have it dropped about 3 inches and I still have my stock struts and no camber kit. My struts don't feel blown, but then again, I baby my car. I dodge every bump and crack in the road. lol
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man, your ride has to be bouncy as hell! dang....but to answer the ? you can go as low as you want...but ride quality is going to become severly affected and your stock shocks are going to HATE YOU! i just installed koni's and they are wonderful....save up your money and buy them!
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netcbc you are looking into ground control? why not skunk2 man..
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I had my GC's on with stock struts for about 2 months before I got my Koni's. ran it about a 2.5" drop. Didn't blow any of the struts, but ride was bumpy. Ride wit the Koni's is sooo much better.
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i've had mine on since last may. i am finally getting camber kit and konis in this week. can't wait. struts are about blown. rough ridin for sure. oh yeah, 2 1/2" drop
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ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh crap man, damn....... car's are a expensive hobby, lowering cost soooo damn much....... =(
skunks? i thought they were considered no name brand coilovers, they're good? cause i wanted to go with GC since they are sporting eibachs.
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