I miss good ol' OT
Has anyone driven two cars w/ each kit? Curious about the different handling characteristics, if any.
But Ruben it is BOSS.OhTwoAltimaSE said:I have the pro-kits and couldn't imagine the car being any lower. With the side sills, the car looks like it's on the ground when you stand close.
The bottom of the side sill, measured from the center of the car is 6.5 to 6.75 inches off the ground.
ALTYHOLIC said:I like the Sportlines. Here's a recent pic with Sportlines in
full effect on my Alty!
I had the Pro-Kits on my first gen and regreted that decision.
Not low enough and I thought they were too soft.
JBL85, It's not the CV joints I'm worried about. It's the strutJBL85 said:Hey, how do you like sportlines with the front lip? I am kinda scared, thinking about sportlines when I get new shocks, but worried about the wear on the front lip and most importang CV joints.
You look good and "se-rious" with a lip on. So Stillen sells the lip only?ALTYHOLIC said:JBL85, It's not the CV joints I'm worried about. It's the strut
bushings that cause me some concern. I estimate 30-40k miles
before they wear out. For me, that's another 3 years of driving!
I'm confident the aftermarket will have some good adjustable
struts/shocks out by then.
Anyways, I love the look of the Stillen lip on the 3rd gen. It drops down the front about an inch. Here's a pic looking head on: