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Old 03-10-2011, 02:27 PM   #1
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Going for 16" rims but need to know whats best height to lower.

So i've decided that im going to be getting 16" rims for my Ek civic coupe. Now im trying to figure out what would be the best ride height.... im thinking 1.6" but i've been looking at some different coil overs and im seeing 2" to 2.5" what would you suggest?
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Rim size doesn't matter whether you are lowering 1" or 2.5". I'd personally drop it 2.5".
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