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    Hi guys I'm after some help I'm after lowering my 1.8 vectra c I'm not after it being really low just a bit better then the normal hight and don't want it to be a hard ride have 2 kids I'm thinking 30mm what do you guy think thanks

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    Depends what model you have, SRI/GSI are 15mm lower to start with.

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    eibach pro kit springs 30mm lower and not harsh

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    i have an sri, so its 15mm lower already
    is that just the springs which are lower though? meaning if i get a 30mm lowering kit, it will only be 30mm lowered? as the springs are being replaced

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    It's only an ls model with all the Sri bits on

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    30mm lowered generally mean 30mm from standard ride height - the SRi suspension is already 15mm lower than standard so the same springs will only lower an SRi a further 15mm - I'm looking for a set of Eibach Pro springs at the mo & can't find any particularly good deals on them

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    I think you order them for the sports or non sports chassis, and it will lower it 30mm more than it is already.

    I got some Eibach's for £50 off ebay. Gonna get new shocks before fitting them.

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