You really do not want to cut the springs up front, they're designed to be the length that they are. You can alter the spring rate, and that can result with unpredictable handling, let alone a ****ty ride. I know you can purchase shorter springs for up front. I guess I'd like to know, how low do you want to go? I mean, you could get radical and begin to move the rear axel upward, but that would require surgery on the body. It comes down to, how much money do you have, how low do you want to go, and are you willing to to risk your life for a super low car. For example, I saw a guy at Sac State University who had obviously slammed his prelude in the fashion I jokinly suggested you do. He car was on the ground, the CV joint had snapped, and the wheel was slammed up into the fender, deforming the fender, rendering the car useless. I mean, you can go really low for cheap, but you could get hurt. You can go really low for a lot of money and do it right. Somewhere in the middle is where most of us car guys fit. So's I ask ya, how low would you like to go. Also, tire wheel combos too?
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