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Old 14 Apr 2010, 02:16 am
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Default 04 honda civic sedan LOWERING question?

okay guys very legitimate question

I know every car specfication is different from each other, but this is specifically for my 04 honda civic.

here is the link of my car and pictures:

as u see I definetly need lowering on this thing!

now my question isss, What problems am i facing besides speed bumps and uneven roads, i am going a 2 inch drop for sure!, but I would like to know where is my budget going, 1) shock springs the best quality.. 2) camber kit?? do i really need one for my vehicle and what other things you suggest abt lowering this thing! because also it snows here where i live for 5 months and I drive my car throu winter currently no problems!
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Old 14 Apr 2010, 02:31 am
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You'll have a stiffer ride. It wont ride as smooth.

Also you take more of a risk as far as busting your neons.
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