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hey all...new guy here...

proud new owner of a freh ind.blue IS...

im looking for springs...should i go for more than 2inch or less?

can anyone give me some feedback on the performance?
 

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Kola said:
hey all...new guy here...

proud new owner of a freh ind.blue IS...

im looking for springs...should i go for more than 2inch or less?

can anyone give me some feedback on the performance?
- I would say about 3 inches... i've been 3 inches since 20 miles on the car with no problems... SO FAR
 

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go with tein s techs..itll give you a 1.5" drop. if your car is stock right now, this is a perfect drop imo...anything a lot lower than that just makes it look like rice.

congratulations on the purchase. what do you want to know about the performance?...anyway you look at it, our car is slow. unless boosted.
 

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1phatlexusincharlotte said:
anything a lot lower than that just makes it look like rice.
Don't go sayin' this crap! If you like riding on a 4X4 IS300, then keep your comments to yourself. Most of the people think lowered cars look tight, not RICE. :pissed:
hey newbie, why dont you read my comment again, i said to lower it. and for future reference, imo = in my opinion so stfu
 

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1phatlexusincharlotte said:
anything a lot lower than that just makes it look like rice.
Don't go sayin' this crap! If you like riding on a 4X4 IS300, then keep your comments to yourself. Most of the people think lowered cars look tight, not RICE. :pissed:
Lighten up noob. :(
 

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AsianSensation334 said:
wrong forum buddy, but for springs try h&r springs with koni adjustable shocks.

-ringo
sorry...brand new to this....need to spend some more time on this forum...ooopz
 

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AsianSensation334 said:
wrong forum buddy, but for springs try h&r springs with koni adjustable shocks.

-ringo
Amen!
Look no further...H&R/Koni.
 
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