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Old 18-02-2003   #16
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she is lowered 50mm at the mo but the handling is s**t. i lowered her 35mm to start of with she was mint to drive then. When i put 16"on her she should be ok then. i have got to plan my route before i leave the house no speed bumps.



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Old 18-02-2003   #17
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once you past 40mm drop it is wise to upgrate the shocks too.



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yeh im gonna save 219 to get the full springs and dampers kit

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Old 18-02-2003   #19
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got upgrated shocks too, but the back end kickes out, she was must better 35mm.


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yeh u get the full kit for 219

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not bad at 219 prolly worth doing ;)

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i think i paid less than that.

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where from, how much ?? tell tell LOL

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Thats wot im planning on dooing as well as i think my rear shocks r shagged as i get quite a bit of knocking. Altho while doing my drums i did notice that there was a big old stone stuck between where the spring compresses 2 the metal and there was a pretty big dent in the metal hmm.
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jesus christ.

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well do say please mrs....

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I WILL HAVE TO DIG MY RECIPT OUT CAN'T REMEMBER OFF HAND.

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LOL....if i fit springs for now, can i fit shocks @ a later date ??

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Yeah thats wot i done first.
I recommend Gmax their kits are quite cheap and give excellent handling, plus the bright yellow shocks look nice through the spokes of your alloys :D
199 for a kit from www.larkspeed.com -35 or -60mm drop for non sporting cinq

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Cheers

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