Waste of money?

Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by LongDongWong, Jun 22, 2007.

  1. LongDongWong

    LongDongWong U can call me Mr.Wong

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    I have 2 cars :
    -2003 Honda Civic DX -beater/daily commuter and
    -2006 Infiniti M35- weekend/around town/pleasure car.......

    would it be wrong to lower the Civic maybe 1.5-2"
    (not to low..... any suggestions?) I would install a complete coilover system...
    my end result would be to make the Civic more stable around the corners
    plus I plan on putting 15" wheels (subtle design almost stock looking, nothing flashy or putting on wider tires on the stock 14" 205/60/14 thoughts?
     
  2. Gek

    Gek Go for broke

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    waste ... just get a nice sound system on that m35 , or if you're not into that get some nice 18's on it. either way fix up the m and not the civic. =P
     
  3. SilverJettaGLX

    SilverJettaGLX OT Supporter

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    Id say it's a waste

    It would look better and maybe handle better, but why bother
     
  4. deusexaethera

    deusexaethera OT Supporter

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    But the Honda has VTEC!
     
  5. Chiron

    Chiron New Member

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    why not just get some quality struts and lowering springs to accomplish the same objective?
     
  6. THT

    THT The easy way is always mined

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    I wouldn't bother. Now that I've started saving for my next car, I've stopped spending on my Maxima.
     

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