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If I want to use lowering springs on my 94 r/t, Can I just buy say the intrax or eibach lowering springs and have them installed, or would I also have to get my shocks ajusted or buy new shocks? I want as much of a drop as I can get...without scraping all the time...any suggestions?

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neither intrax or eibach will put you in the ground. You wont need to adjust anyrhing. They aren't hard at all to put in. about an hour of your time. very simple.
 

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Ok...how much of a drop can I expect from each of these brands, and do they look good when their done? I ment scraping...like on ramps into parking lots ect..not like on the plain road...I undercar neons, adn I don't wanna keep replacing bulbs....
 

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I have eibac lowering springs and when I installed them, I couldn't notice anything. I was so dissapointed. It depends on which you got, it should say.
 
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i got the eibachs. i noticed a good drop but not too low. i don't scrape and don't have problems with clanging/rattles. i don't have a problem with my camber, either. i would recommend them to you if you don't want to be too low. otherwise, get the intrax.
 

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Ok...how much of a drop can I expect from each of these brands, and do they look good when their done? I ment scraping...like on ramps into parking lots ect..not like on the plain road...I undercar neons, adn I don't wanna keep replacing bulbs....
Personally, i've got the intrax, and here's what I think:
Intrax - not low enough
Eibach - "You lowered it, huh?"

.jon
 
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