Hey guys I've always hated how high my car rides, especially with the 18's. When I did my 3800sc swap I cut a coil off the rears, and it came out pretty good, however that made the nose even higher! I need got a chance to play with the front end, the car had hidden frame damage... Anyhow I'm transplanting my drive train into an 87 GT I bought, and I want to do the front end right. The car will be a nice weather DD, but daily driver none the less. Also some track days mixed in. I wouldn't say it's a budget build but it's I'm 19 and still have school to pay eventually build aha. A good chunk of the money is headed towards the turbo swap and paint or vinyl wrap. My thoughts were to just cut the fronts, 2 coils? But then with Michigan roads I'm undecided... Option 2 would be 1 coil, and 1" drop BJ.... I'm not talking slammed but I want to be able to fit only a couple fingers in the wheel well. But that is low. So ive heard about using air shocks from the rear of c3-4? Vette's, just to bring the nose up if I have too. Keep in mind I'm building a splitter or chin spoiler too. Spindles are to expensive, and coil overs too. I want a good drop to drive normal, or a way to raise it if I have too. Also alignment concerns? I would need a camber correcting upper BJ right?
1987 Fiero GTX 3800 Turbo... My Build, ST3 Cam, Lowered, Wheels, and pics enjoy!http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/089483.html