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I have a '00 GT (pure stock).

I would like to lower the front of the car. May be 2 to 2.25"? and leave the rear as is. Is this too much decrease?

I want this for looks only, not for racing purposes.

What brand would you recommend?

I am also going to widen the rear stance by putting on spacers 1.5" on the wheels...just to line it up with the fender and not have it stick out. Again this is for looks only.


Thanks for any suggestions.
 

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gnr_70 said:
I have a '00 GT (pure stock).

I would like to lower the front of the car. May be 2 to 2.25"? and leave the rear as is. Is this too much decrease?

I want this for looks only, not for racing purposes.

What brand would you recommend?

I am also going to widen the rear stance by putting on spacers 1.5" on the wheels...just to line it up with the fender and not have it stick out. Again this is for looks only.


Thanks for any suggestions.
I wouldn't drop the front that far...you might loose some traction. Not only that, your alignment would not line up with the stock caster camber plates so you would have to spend another 200 for aftermarket ones. As far as Springs, a lot of people go with Eibech...
 

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I read that chamber plates needed for anything over 1-1/4 inch drop(thats what eibach even recommends on their 1.3inch drop springs), and when going over that drop of 2 inches you def need shocks and struts and i think some bushing to offset your steering(steeda has that)
anyone correct me if im wrong this is what i have read/ been told
 
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