Photoshop Drop Request!

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  1. nhldogg

    nhldogg Well-Known Member

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    I am thinking about lowering my car in the near future. Possibly starting with springs and then moving on to something lower. Could somebody photoshop this picture dropped so it sits flush with the tires and then one of it slammed and also if its not to hard including some type of cool background. Thanks in advance!

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    2nd pic win
     
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    Dont start with springs just save up for full coilovers.
     
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    nice drop springs and shocks pic 1 ( may sit just a lil higher)

    full coils and camber kit will get you pic 2.

    ur pick...
     
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    Don't take ricer's opinion, he doesn't know how to do suspension right.
     
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    Just pay the extra couple hundred right away. Adjustability of coilovers is worth every penny. And F2 type ones are only a little over 600 last I checked.
     
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    I kinda like the look of pic 1 because I think that if I get it slammed like pic 2 I'm gonna scrape like a b****!
     
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    RedRyder Be a better driver

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    Pic #2 is too low imo. #1 looks good, but you'll need to lower it more in the front to make the front/rear wheel gap even.

    And you need both springs and shocks if you're not going with coilovers. Never upgrade just the springs, because the OEM shocks are not designed to handle a drop.
     

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