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prokits or sportlines on a sedan

which set should i get? how much drop will a get from each? any advice?
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prokit is about 1"
sportline is about 2"
it all depends on how low you wanna go.
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Pro-kit.. 1.2" Sportlines 1.5".. Prokits use progressive spring rates and offer a really good ride and much improved handling. No need for alignments kits or new struts.

Sportlines.
No Progressive spring rates. Much firmer ride. need rear alignment kit and eventually new struts.

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Its all on how low you wanna ride...the lower your cars center of gravity the better handleing your gonna get but i recomend with any drop to get things adjusted....camber wise im mean
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