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What's the best way to lower a 97' Tiburon? I want something that will put me closer to the ground and at the same time, tighten up the suspension just a little! Comments appreciated! <img src=icon_smile_cool.gif border=0 align=middle>
 

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<li>Springs</li>
<li>Coil Overs</li>
<li>Air Suspension</li>
<li>Hydraulics</li>

Those are your choices. Just depends on how much you want to spend, how low you want to go, and what kind of handling you want.

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best for lowering would be air and juice...

but for a compromise, get the coil-overs, you'll get great handling, and adjustable ride height. that's what you should do IMO

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Air bag suspension and hydrolics is not the best thing if handling is what you are looking for. Plus they will cost you some big bucks.

If it is handling you want then you either need to go with coil overs if you want to be able to adjust your height or if you you do not feel that you will want to adjust your ride height at all once the car is lowered then just go with a simple set of lowering springs.



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