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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-21-2006, 08:05 PM Thread Starter
 
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Project Ninja: Stage Three - Suspension [56k beware]

Just a couple of mods getting my Cobalt ready for the road corse tracks in the area. I'll be addding new dampeners and a anti-sway kit as soon as i get the funds. Check it out, sorry its dirty - Bad weather sucks. Much thanks to the guys over at Preditaor Motorsport in Batavia, Ohio for all the help. http://predatormotorsport.com/

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Sorry its so dirty - Ill get some daytime shots after i clean it lol.

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post #3 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-21-2006, 08:09 PM
 
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Nice.........



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^^^ ditto........
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post #5 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-21-2006, 09:06 PM
 
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so hows it ride? mine tears the car UP!!! we need shock upgrades for a drop that much. i wish someone would just make some!
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post #6 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-22-2006, 02:07 AM
 
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can you show a before and after springs shot of the whole car on one side. I would like to see how it looks stock and lowered. I am sure it looks better, I just want to get a feel for it. THanks
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so hows it ride? mine tears the car UP!!! we need shock upgrades for a drop that much. i wish someone would just make some!
Eibach makes a dampener kit. Check it out. I just havnt gotten that far yet as to see if they make one for our cars yet. Whilst your at it check on sway-bars two haha. But yeah its a little rougher.

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can you show a before and after springs shot of the whole car on one side. I would like to see how it looks stock and lowered. I am sure it looks better, I just want to get a feel for it. THanks
I'll grab some pics for ya this weekend after i clean her up. It was like 9:00pm over here when we got done with em so wasn't really a great time for pictures. But i can tell you right now youll love it. I mainly did it for the handeling aspect, but the look is 10x better. No more high american ass end. Maybe kellyp can get you some pics quicker. He has the same kit i do.
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I like these modifications!
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ya as of a month ago they didnt make a dampner kit. no one did. im almost positive no one does yet. eibach does make coilovers, sway bars, and lowering springs all for the cobalt. but remember, they are specifically for the 2.2, so they are more for looks than performance
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eibach does make coilovers, sway bars, and lowering springs all for the cobalt. but remember, they are specifically for the 2.2, so they are more for looks than performance
BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! At liest make us a sway bar!
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