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    Question Corsa VXR Clubsport - Lowering

    Hi so iv never really lowered a car before so not 100% sure what I'm doing but i wanted to lower my Clubsport a bit without spending too much money and as its already got Bilstein suspension did want to change to much of that.

    So i was looking at just getting some springs and i saw these: http://www.europerformance.co.uk/pag...product=356350

    now it says "Lowers car by: Front: 50mm / Rear: 40mm" but thats a standard VXR right? so as the Clubsport it already lower by 20mm front, 15mm rear so these springs will actually lower my car by 30mm Front 25mm rear? assuming they would fit my suspension?

    Next question is this likely to cause any clearance problems bearing in mind the Clubsport has 18" wheels?

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    ah iv just realised those springs may be for a standard corsa?

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    Get Eibach Sportline..40/30 mm = 35mm 25mm for VXR

    You currently have eibach pro kit 30/30mm so with the Sportline your front gap will just close abit which IMO is perfect drop

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    Quote Originally Posted by brentg View Post
    Get Eibach Sportline..40/30 mm = 35mm 25mm for VXR

    You currently have eibach pro kit 30/30mm so with the Sportline your front gap will just close abit which IMO is perfect drop
    but would be higher at the rear?

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    Not that high for me...remember people at back/sub etc etc.. and also over time springs will settle.

    Yes those from enhance are sportline.. check ebay might get it cheaper

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    Could always try coil overs then you can adjust them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brentg View Post
    Not that high for me...remember people at back/sub etc etc.. and also over time springs will settle.

    Yes those from enhance are sportline.. check ebay might get it cheaper
    people in the back wont be an issue now iv taken my seats out lol would the 45-50MM from EP be to low for 18" wheels then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by helter_skelter View Post
    Could always try coil overs then you can adjust them?

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    Yeah wasnt really looking to spend too much for now, what ones are recommended though?

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    This is on 17'' 50/40 over standard vxr springs, the front is a a little too low IMO

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