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    Hey all, I've lowered my vectra by 35 mm all round but the front sits really nice and the rear still sits higher than front. Any suggestions on how to level the car off? I don't know how low I can go on standard shocks or just cut springs but will prob drop too far. It's a 2004

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    How long ago did you lower it, the weight of the engine will enable the fronts to bed in & settle quicker... i drove round for a couple of weeks with a boot full of weight the last time i lowered mine

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    It's been lowered for couple months now just people pointing out rear sits higher annoying me now

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    I now know I can go lower on standard shocks so if anybody has -40 rear springs let me know. Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace1981 View Post
    I now know I can go lower on standard shocks so if anybody has -40 rear springs let me know. Cheers
    wouldn't changing the rear shocks to lower SRi ones for example help it sit lower?

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    cheers mate but because i've lowered it already the car now sits about the same rear as sri. the Ls standard sits higher at rear than front and its still like that after lowering. in hindsight i should have got -30 fronts and -40 rears. I'll just need to get the grinder out.

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