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Old 4/28/06, 08:09 PM
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I believe I have read that the GT/CS has a 1-1/2 inch lower ride height than the standard GT. What are the suspension differences between the GT/CS and the GT. Of couse I would assume the springs are different, but what if anything else is different.
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Old 4/28/06, 09:11 PM
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(GIZMOTOO @ April 28, 2006, 10:12 PM) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'>
I believe I have read that the GT/CS has a 1-1/2 inch lower ride height than the standard GT. What are the suspension differences between the GT/CS and the GT. Of couse I would assume the springs are different, but what if anything else is different.
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It has a front fascia that extends 1.5" below bumper. No spring changes.
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Old 4/30/06, 07:52 AM
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Yeah, the way it's written up.
It's lower technically in the front, because of the chin....but nothing else is lower [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smile.gif[/img]
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