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Old 08-22-2002, 04:36 PM   #1
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Well, I've been out of the loop for some time now, had to deal with my sister having a baby, and going to sun city race wars in El Paso, but now I'm back, Got some great new Ideas for my bonny, and with my new check I recieved for my accident almost 3 years ago this is what'* going to happen.
-First new tires(probably KUMO EXSTA SUPRAS in 245/45 R16)
-then my stock 5 point aluminums are having the lips polished and the spokes powder coated black
-then I FOUND A WAY TO LOWER OUR CARS WITHOUT CUTTING THE SPRINGS OR DOING AIR RIDES OR ANY OF THAT CRAP and my bonny will be lowered 13/4 inches. (thats one and three quaters of and inch for people that don't understand)
-then exhaust and chip, to go along with my HKS superflow intake that I already have
-Then the real fun, a fully computerized electronically adjustable fuel system, and a direct port NOS setup. I will hopefully have pictures by November!
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QUICK!! Tell us how to do the dropping!!! I know I and many others here have been waiting for a GrandPooBaa to come forward with the solution.
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I'd also be curious to hear your method of dropping... I am looking for a way to drop my car, but also be able to rasie it back up to stock height when need by (Ex: Towing my waverunner). Only thing I have come up with so far is air everything.

Please explain...

Also, welcome back, and read my post in your other thread regarding parts, because I'm really thinking about doin it.
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I have a few ideas of what you are talking about. Although I know of a few ways to lower very cheaply I donít know how safe they are? That said there might be something I am not aware of. So shoot what can you do to lower your Bonneville??

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