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Old 01-25-2013, 07:02 PM   #31
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Is that a JSB C7?!

The more I see, the more I like! I'll take mine -- 2nd to 3rd year model as a "Z", fully loaded please.
LSB C7(Laguna Seca Blue)
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Old 01-26-2013, 03:24 PM   #32
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...good thing you had time to film it...

...but whats up with your "Street Lights".....

...have not seen that type before...


Haha, honestly I didnt realize those were weird. Ive lived here since I was 6yrs old. What do they look like in your knick of the woods?
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They are about the right ride hide for practical street driving, with the stock suspension you have about an inch of adjustment in them. Though honestly I wouldn't ride them much lower (if at all) then stock because I like being able to go up drive ways and over speed bumps. One of my friend had a Acura that was "slammed" and honestly its really not worth it, especially for a lot of guys they don't care about handling just the way it looks and that is pretty rice.
To each his own. My C7 will def be lowered.
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