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So im in the market for an airbag system for my gs300 (2003) right now its on Tein CS coil overs version 2. I see people converting them to bags. So i want to do the same. First question. Im assuming that i could air out lower if i were to get some sort of set of fully threaded coilovers correct? or will my coils be good enough to air our and possibly lay frame, or be super low? second question, i just called street beat customs, (for the link i will paste in here) they said that this kit is everything i need plus my existing coilovers. He said i dont need air management. of course i would want some type of guages with it and what not. If anyone can give me advice if this kit is a good one to go with, pros, cons, anything will help. thanks guys. I just dont want to buy something and then regret it.
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