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Old 03-22-2013, 07:56 AM   #1
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ROW 030 closeout at Suncoast

Just for anyone on the fence:
Suncoast has a closeout sale on the ROW 030 kits:
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I am pretty sure they won't be around much longer....

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Old 03-22-2013, 08:20 AM   #2
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Seen that price around now for the past year or so....
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Old 03-22-2013, 08:57 AM   #3
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$1000 isn't terrible at all, IMO. I mean, slightly upgraded struts/springs and a pair of stiff sb for even a normal tuner car like an eclipse, evo, rx7 etc (I don't include Honda cuz one can buy their junk for whatever spare change you have in your pocket) can be $700-$1000.

I might just pull the the trigger on this...

I've seen a few other posts on here about the ROW 030. Is it worth the effort? I'm talking before/after impressions. It says it lowers the car 20mm in front and 10mm in rear... that's not a lot. Of course the car's decently low already.
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$1000 isn't terrible at all, IMO. I mean, slightly upgraded struts/springs and a pair of stiff sb for even a normal tuner car like an eclipse, evo, rx7 etc (I don't include Honda cuz one can buy their junk for whatever spare change you have in your pocket) can be $700-$1000.

I might just pull the the trigger on this...

I've seen a few other posts on here about the ROW 030. Is it worth the effort? I'm talking before/after impressions. It says it lowers the car 20mm in front and 10mm in rear... that's not a lot. Of course the car's decently low already.
Lowering a car nearly an inch and a half inch is kinda a lot.
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True when the car is already relatively low. I was really referring to modifying the suspension of cars that routinely rock 6" of fender gap. Haha
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Any way you slice it, That is a Very Good Deal.

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