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Has anyone ever used Sprint- Low Street lowering springs before? I've never heard of them untill now.....I'm not sure how much they cost either
 

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I've seen these springs on wholehyper.com. I called them about it and they said Sprint "does not make springs for that application yet."
 

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DrewVR4 said:
I've seen these springs on wholehyper.com. I called them about it and they said Sprint "does not make springs for that application yet."
I believe you because I've never heard of anyone using them.........but I seen on a few websites that they make springs for our cars.....what's up w/ that???

here's a site I remembered I saw them.......there's a few more but I don't feel like searching for them


http://www.coastalmotorsports.com/Mitsubishi/Mitsubishi.htm
 

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I was just wondering becuase i've never heard of anyone w/ these springs.......usually not a good sign....I think I'll stick w/ my Tein for right now
 

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I dropped my car on intrax, 1.75 and it dosen't really has the effect that i wanted ... but the suspension is alot stiffer for a nice ride going 120 mph :)
 

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Get Intrax, they have the lowest drop available from a lowering spring. Otherwise, you can go with coilovers by Ground Control for about $400 for an even lower drop. I went with Intrax because of the good price and almost no fender gap they gave.
 
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