Hey i just joined this and i have a 2000 acura integra LS. I was wondering what would be the most efficient way of lowering my car but being able to change it for the winter... Getting a new suspention or just putting on a body kit? my dad thinks a body kit would be the way to go cuz i can just swapp it on and off for the winter and not screw it up but a new suspention is cheaper...someone help me and tell me what would be the best thing to do?thanks
I would have to go with a new coil-over suspension set up, because you can adjust the ride height without swapping out parts. Plus most body kits have to be modded some to fit good, and would be a pain to switch it back and forth each winter. Unless your talking about just getting a lip kit. But in my opinion I would go for suspension.
Suspension all the way! How is a body kit going to lower your car? Maybe it will look lower but you wont get any performance out of it. How bout a lip kit with suspension... now thats clean!
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i have coil overs with a front lip and my car is good in all aspects. and im my opinion, body kits for the lose. if anything, jdm front it, it will be different and clean. and thats what any car guy really wants.
also if you throw a bodykit on without lowering it you will have big gaps between the fender and wheel and it won't look good. Go for coil-overs and a lip if you can afford it.
they call me tater salad
skunk2 adjustable coilovers are a great setup and wont set you back too much in the pocket
Adjustable coilovers.... just change the ride height much easier than unbolting/rebolting on the body kit.
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