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Posted: Mon Dec 17, 2007 3:54 pm 
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Hello

I just bought myself a new BA mk2 falcon and I'm looking at lowering to firm up the ride and look a little better.

Now usually i wouldn't have a problem and would go out and have ultra lows fitted and go as low as possible but i have 2 problems insurance and not wanting to spend much money on the car.

I was going to just go for the lows all round but after reading through the forums i might go for lows on the front and superlows on the rear.

I know going lows on the front saves me from having to buy shorter shocks and a camber kit. But do i have to get shorter shocks for the rear if i go superlows

Has anyone done this and have any photos you could send/show me.

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Antony
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Posted: Thu Dec 20, 2007 11:21 pm 
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hey guys

anyone have any input for me.

thanks
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Posted: Fri Dec 21, 2007 6:32 pm 
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my ba falcon is lowered 2 inches front and back, i dont have camber kit or aftermarket shocks and the ride is just as soft as when it was stock height. wheels at the back are hardly off camber, just a little bit, no point for me gettin camber kit. anything lower, you might want to think about getting one though.

 

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