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#35: 02-05-2013, 11:34 PM
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Originally Posted by hondarider83 View Post
Springs would help reduce body roll and improve cornering but lowering your car lower to the ground is going to reduce ground clearance making speed bumps more of a problem. Or am i missing something here? If i am please let me know because i would like to lower it I just dont think its practical to do.
Originally Posted by hondarider83 View Post
id love to see some pics of this setup on stock suspension and aftermarket. are 19's going to weigh considerably more than a stock 17 or 18" wheel?
I'm on swift springs and I drive straight over 90% of the bumps I encounter (slowly, of course). I think where you live also matters, coilovers is what I'm changing to in a few months. You asked for the biggest wheels on stock suspension, didn't mention weight. If that does matter, just don't do anything and you'll be fine.

You can check out my thread, there are also several other threads on filling the wheel gap, look it up. Either way, I wouldn't make rush decisions. It took me a while before I decided on what I want.

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