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Old 11-12-2011, 05:29 AM   #1
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Default Height, lowering, stance

hey guys i have some questions for those of you with that real aggressive stance, im looking to put a pair of 16 in bbs rz 469s on my ti with tires close to 205/40, and i want to have that stretched look on my tires and i want my wheels to come out near the edge of the fenders, i also want to lower so that i dont have a big gap, so does anyone have any stance setups that they know of? or if you know how low i can go without rubbing? and any other extra info you guys have is always helpful, alright thanks
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Go with a larger diameter rim, 16s will look retarded and youd have to slam it much more than if you had a 17 or 18, which would of course damage everything under the car including the oil pan.
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I'd go with a 205/55, not drop it much and enjoy a much better handling car that is actually drivable on normal roads.

I don't get the slam, camber, and stretch fad. I like drivable cars than ride decent and can handle.
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SLAMMMMMMMMM. my car handles like its on rails and I'm dern low
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SLAMMMMMMMMM. my car handles like its on rails and I'm dern low
hell yea im definitely gonna slam it, its gonna handle better anyway changing from the OG 16 year old springs in it now haha, im going for stance and i want it to be aggressive, slammed, and hella clean, if you have any ideas on how low i should go or what springs to use for the look let me know, im trying to make this **** happen
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If you don'tt want performance and all low. Go with race lands. Talk to Bryan. EuroHB.
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or rokkors, but you will need special rsm's in order to run the taller "regular" e36 shocks in the rear(ti has different length shocks in the rear) or you could use z3 or ti shocks in the rear. I went with KW V1's and have yet to get them installed.
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those racelands are pretty affordable, and i do like the adjustable feature that way i can just tweak it until i have it where i want it, opposed to just springs where id drop it and hope it dont rub haha
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i saw the rokkors to and they also look affordable, but ive heard that you do and do not have to tweak anything when putting them in the rear, im not sure yet i asked eurohb like slow_ti said because the stance that he has on that white ti with the green rz469's is exactly what im going for and im awaiting his reply so not sure yet
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If you don'tt want performance and all low. Go with race lands. Talk to Bryan. EuroHB.
I don't think raceland makes a rear coilover for the ti??
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I don't think raceland makes a rear coilover for the ti??
take the adjusters out or get tc kline "shorty springs"
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