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    Here are some pics of my Vogtland springs installed. Also Shows HIDs.
    By the way, this ride is very very nice, as close to stock as I could hope to be






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    Nice looking car. What shocks did you use?
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    HIDs in stock reflector housings. Let me pray that I never pass you head-on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon K
    HIDs in stock reflector housings. Let me pray that I never pass you head-on.
    lol

    I'm curious about the shocks too.

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    What happens when you hit big pothole?

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    As far as the HIDs go, they're aimed a little lower than stock so I don't blind anyone head on.

    I used BOGE Sachs shocks as some of my stock ones were leaking. The ride is nice and when I hit a pothole, yes it is hard, but not too bad.

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    my friend had hid's in his stock e36 headlights, that are also reflective. aimed lower, they actually don't blind, and the beam pattern is not as bad as a lot of people make it out to be. of course ellipsoid is still better.

    i also know somebody that has hid's in his civic, and yea, those are kinda f-ing blinding.

    btw... nice drop!

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    I am seriously considering vogtland springs. Will it be bad if I leave the stock schocks on? how big are your rims??? Are you rubbing at all?

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    They are 17's no rubbing. I have new rims on the way, If you're interested I can make you a good deal on these wheels

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    lookin good
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