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    can i lower my corolla with the factory fitted springs? thora sa bhi nae?

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    impossible !!
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    You can (slightly upto 1" max) will ensure that your dampers/shocks don't get ruined and quality of ride remains same. You will get better handling and lesser body roll. BUT don't slam it near 2". as for how? Please let us know which model it is, your driving habits/style, load you carry in daily driving, drive it mostly in cities with acceptable roads or both rural/urban. Too many questions, sorry, but you will get better answers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fouadbakht View Post
    You can (slightly upto 1" max) will ensure that your dampers/shocks don't get ruined and quality of ride remains same. You will get better handling and lesser body roll. BUT don't slam it near 2". as for how? Please let us know which model it is, your driving habits/style, load you carry in daily driving, drive it mostly in cities with acceptable roads or both rural/urban. Too many questions, sorry, but you will get better answers.
    bro its a corolla''10, my daily use is 45km least but on the lahore canal road. driving habbit doesnt include drifting! no load. n thats it!

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    u can do by cutting springs, but that doesn't worth at all, instead of cutting, go for performance springs
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    Quote Originally Posted by zianadeem1 View Post
    u can do by cutting springs, but that doesn't worth at all, instead of cutting, go for performance springs
    how much will that cost?

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    I don't think it is possible with factory fitted springs...
    "Live Fast, Die Young and Leave a Beautiful CORPSE "
    How much horsepower gain do you get from your NOS sticker ?

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    replace your car spring with X corolla

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    get springs of jdm rolla,wt ever u do plz dont cut ur current springs
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    never cut original sprinhs total waste get some jdm corolla springs.....
    JDM Always 2 STEPs AHEAD..........

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    exchange your tires with slightly smaller tyres don't change anything in suspension if it is working fine. low profile tyres and lower ride will give nice look and handling to your car.

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