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Old 05-15-2012, 08:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Titansilber98M3 View Post
Well I want a good drop and my car is over 100k so it's due for struts and shocks and also my front camber is off and since there's no adjustment I need to get camber plates. I also am planning a few track days in the near future. After adding all of that up coilovers seemed like a better solution and then I would have height adjustability if I wanted to go back up at any time.
i'd agree coilovers are a good solution but id go with something that has a better're going to have to rely and live with the purchase day after day so i wouldn't go for just any brand. Pick something with a good reputation and a good warranty.
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