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how much does it cost to drop a car 1.5 inches with new springs and shocks, and what brand is better nuespeed or H & R. will a 1.5 inch drop be too low as to scrape against the groud and stuff or will it be alright. will the ride be too stiff or will it be reasonable after i drop it?
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costs a lot and ur ride will be poo
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If you want about a 1.5" drop then also check into Goldlines, I heard they are very good. New struts will run you around $550 - $600 (not sure on the cost for intallation). Springs and install will run anywhere from $225 - $300.
A 1.5" drop shouldn't scrape so everything should be cool.
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I got neuspeed sport springs for $300 cdn even for the set. Installation will probably run you ~$100. It lowers my car 1.75 and 1.5 front and rear respectively.
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