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Old 04-13-2007, 04:25 PM   #1
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my future plans for my 93SSEi is lowering it to fit 20 inch rims,but ive been researching for a lowering kit and i havent found nothing.The other day me and my classmates at uti were just talking about just adding airbags on my car,plus its funner.So,does anyone have air bags on there bonnie and if you do were did you purchase them from and how much did they cost?
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doesn't venom have bags on his GXP
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That'* a totally different suspension setup.

The only person here to run bags smoked two transmissions by upsetting the thrust angle of the drive axles. He'll argue that it wasn't the ride height of the car that did it, but some rather experienced and knowledgable people here will tell you otherwise.
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That'* a totally different suspension setup.

The only person here to run bags smoked two transmissions by upsetting the thrust angle of the drive axles. He'll argue that it wasn't the ride height of the car that did it, but some rather experienced and knowledgable people here will tell you otherwise.

Yeah Jossue, It would be great to have em...but this makes sense... With the bags... everything is gonna be out of alignment. Like the Bagged trucks we have seen, you know how after they C-notch it, what they do???? reset the pinion angle, same with extreme lifts. Its the same concept as lowerinfg the front of the Sonoma, we had to install the drop spindles cuz if we diddnt, we would NEVER be able to align that sucker.

So...add the bags.... and you know somethings gonna give cuz alot of stuff will be outta line, cutty. So think about it...I say just rebuild the Engine and the tranny and keep the car...IZ NICE!!!!
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