Well I don't mind spending a bit more. But the intrax ones say "aggressive drop". seeing the 2" drop now makes me want to go a bit higher like 1-1.5. The whiteline and RSR down springs maybe better for me.Reign_Maker said:Thanks...
I think you're too focused on price... Seriously, when you try to save money, cut costs, you end up paying for it in the long run... If you want a doos lower cost spring, so with iNTRAX... I have them on my other Supra and they set the car nice and handle GREAT! There was a huge difference between the stock set up and the iNTRAX... The H&Rs are a little soft for my taste and I might take them off eventually... But my point is, dont go for the cheapest, because you'll probably get the "cheapest"... Save another paycheck or so and get the good ones... Eibach, iNTRAX or ST...
Your tires are fat. Im sure switching to a lower profile tire would cut down on rubbing. Thats a nice drop though :bigthumb:ladmo said:Yea a 2" drop in the front just wont work. Here is mine with H&R and Tokico HP's:
I really like the ride but it does rub sometimes when i'm cornering hard or if I hit a bump in the road too fast. But thats nothing rolling the fenders cant fix . ooh and that pic is right after I put them on so it dropped a little more after they finally settled :blah:
Dood, do you have ANYTHING nice to say? :madfawk: Trucks are trucks, NOT sports cars... Who would take their Supra onto a curb? That's WHY I own a truck AND a Supra...miekedmr said:I think it looks silly with barely any space above the tire and like 3 inches in the front and back of it. The arch of the wheel well doesn't match up well like that. I always thought a better way to fill in the wells was to just get a bigger tire at stock height. The arch of the wheel well would match up better that way, and you would have more ground clearance and lower rpms on the highway. Having gotten used to a truck, I can't stand not being able to drive onto a curb. Cars that can barely get into a parking lot without scraping make me want to cry. As for handling... thicker sway bars and coilovers can take care of that.
You go do that... Go get big fat tires and put them on your Supra... *you DO have a Supra, dont you?* Get tires big enough to fill the wheel well and come back and tell us what it's like, and be sure to post pics so we can laugh at how stupid it looks...miekedmr said:I always thought a better way to fill in the wells was to just get a bigger tire at stock height. The arch of the wheel well would match up better that way, and you would have more ground clearance and lower rpms on the highway.
You're going to be a complete ass every time I post now, right? I never said I know everything, and I didn't think I was being mean in this thread. In the other thread you said that if the crank is at 0, that means that it is definitely on TDC of the compression stroke, which is WRONG, so I corrected you. Dr J corrected me on something in the same thread and I didn't get upset about it.Reign_Maker said:to sum it up: :madfawk: