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I guess I'm lucky - although there has been some heart ache with my build but I think I'm as tucked as I can go...I have the Eibach sport line springs that dropped me about 2". When I did the drop I had 19" in the rear 18" - which had a sweet look too it but not that practical for driving...I scraped on everything. I recently went with 20" all around and I have clearance to turn and I had to rework a SC duct but it fits.
The coil overs would be a good idea to get your ride height exactly where you want it.
I didnt do anything on my front end to correct the camber - with the suspension the way it is - its was almost self correcting, I really don't notice a different in the front but you can def. notice the difference in the back w/o a camber/toe adjust kit. Def get one of those if/when you drop yours.
IMO, and not to say the handling is sacrificed - but I don't notice any difference in the handling (after I got the camber/toe adjusters and it dialed in)
my car sits about 1.5" off the ground, get ready for some serious tire wear without camber correction kits as mentioned by jdrm350. Also, if you have any kind of a body kit or lower side skirts, make sure you have a good body man on hand to repair the fiberglass on a regular basis.
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