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Hey..i have just bought a 2000 model IS200, it stock as a rock and just wanting to slam it...im not looking for performance mainly just looks.

Just wondering what would be the best option for me...coilovers or just cheap way out getting springs, compressed perhaps?

but i dont want it to be tooo rough of a ride, yes i know i may be asking for too much...lets say i got coilovers an slammed it, would compressed springs be much worse as in roughness etc

any help would be much appreciated.

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if you want it slammed on its ass then you might aswell be better off getting coil overs, its a stiffer ride but your tyres wont be rubbing on your guards. and u've got the camber adjustments on most of the coil overs these days too. slam it, space the wheels out and camber.,. tuffff. i'll upload a pic of my guards

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if you want it slammed on its ass then you might aswell be better off getting coil overs, its a stiffer ride but your tyres wont be rubbing on your guards. and u've got the camber adjustments on most of the coil overs these days too. slam it, space the wheels out and camber.,. tuffff. i'll upload a pic of my guards

OK Cheers bro

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if you want it slammed on its ass then you might aswell be better off getting coil overs, its a stiffer ride but your tyres wont be rubbing on your guards. and u've got the camber adjustments on most of the coil overs these days too. slam it, space the wheels out and camber.,. tuffff. i'll upload a pic of my guards

OK Cheers bro...nice, what wheels are they by they way ?

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