I can't really tell with that picture. Does someone have a side view? I seen a GXE around here dropped to the ground with H&R Springs. At least that the sticker they had posted by the fenderwell..Enemigo said:
What kind of car or should I ask, year of Sentra do you have? 2000 and up don't have an application as of yet, but prior B15 I would go with KYB AGX's. That seems to be a real good application with the adjustability.Crimson said:I was thinking of getting the Pro Kit myself. What shocks should I get for it? I don't want to drop mine too much....like the SE-R is fine.
I definitely know what you mean. I had my old GXE lowered 2 inches, and when I came up here, I wish I was driving a truck(Virginia).Crimson said:Hmmm, maybe I won't even drop it now. I guess if I was living in California, it would be a different story. Up here, we do the slalom course by going around potholes. Some are the size of wheels.
Maxx brought up a good point,,,alot of people don't realize that when you lower your car you have to totaly change your entire driving habits you have to be very aware of every little milk and cranny on the road cause if not that one pothole will sneak up and bit ya in the ***.....Just a little tipmaxximtl said:DarksideSE has pictures of his car dropped on sportlines with the stock wheels.
No, you don't have to change the wheels and tires. They are two independent mods. You'll still need to be extra careful when driving with the lowered car.
My buddy just broke a motor mount when he hit a large pothole in his lowered Focus!! It is going to cost hundreds of dollars to fix. Just a word of caution.