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Old 11-26-08, 09:03 AM   #1
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I bought this from a member on my.is forums. I put them on and its too low for the winters here. I am looking to sell them as soon as my new setup comes in. Here are the pics from the member I got them from.

RS*R Ti2000 Titanium Lowering Spring
- in perfect condition
- used for approx 10k
- it does lower the car more than they claim, aprrox drop F:1.5" R:1.7"
- MSRP for $280



I will sell them for $175 Shipped
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here are the pics of them on the car.


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bump it up
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you have any just side shots of the car so i can see how the front compares the the rear? interested
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no I dont sorry. those are the only pics i took while they were on the car
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Do these lower the rear so severely that you need to purchase an adjustable camber kit? It appears as such. I need a set, but if other expenses are coming with it, I need to find everything and total it up.
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yes you would need a camber kit so you would not wear out the tires as fast
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the back looks lower then the front
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the back looks lower then the front
yes it does but overall its an even drop front and back.
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no one wants to slam they're ***** for the summer?
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still got these
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^^^^will u take $150?
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pm'd you sir
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How do they ride? Bouncy?
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How do they ride? Bouncy?
the ride was bouncy but it has stock shocks. Im sure its not that bad with some like 5way adjustable Tokicos
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