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Old 08-08-2016, 03:05 PM   #1
Drives: 2012 Camaro 1SS
Join Date: Aug 2015
Location: Brockton, MA
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Anyone running coil overs with air cups?

I like the idea of being bagged, having the ability to adjust height on the fly. And I have to say, short but wide cars like our camaros look pretty good slammed to the ground when stopped. But I don't think from a performance aspect bags are a good idea. But at the same time I feel like if I went with coil overs I would be scraping all the time in my area. I live in a small city in New England with pretty terrible roads. I came across these things called air cups which are pretty much Pistons that act as a spacer on coilovers and can be adjusted to lift a car over obstacles like speed bumps or save from hazards caused by crappy road syndrome. When not engaged the car sits at whatever height he coilover is set to and the cups have no affect. Has anyone ever ran these? And is it worth it? Like I said I want to lower my car but don't want to lose the performance benefits.
2012 1SS 467HP 421TQ
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Old 08-11-2016, 08:41 AM   #2
Drives: 2014 Camaro SS
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Location: North Jersey
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check out air lift performance struts. complete air suspension and good for handling as well. Air suspension has evolved from when it first came out.
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