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Looking to drop my redline a bit. Was wondering what's available. Also are cobalt SS aftermarket springs the same? Or is there a difference? Thanks for any input.
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Cobalt springs are different.

Get the YYZ's with the conversion kit and FE5 struts from Crate Engine Depot.

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Looking to drop my redline a bit. Was wondering what's available. Also are cobalt SS aftermarket springs the same? Or is there a difference? Thanks for any input.
Cobalt springs are different but can be used with ion top hats and the Powell spacer rings. If you have the money get yyz from ced.
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Thanks for the input I'll take a peek at those. You notice any difference with handling? I do already have fe5 other than the struts.
Edit: I can't seem to find yyz springs for the ion redline any website or company recommendation?

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With the fe5/yyz it’s like a brand new car. Stiff and responsive with out being bouncy. I really like the combo but is a little pricey and it only lowers it about an inch. They are cobalt springs with cobalt struts with the mentioned spacer kit. CED= crateenginedepo.com click on cobalt store
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With the fe5/yyz it’s like a brand new car. Stiff and responsive with out being bouncy. I really like the combo but is a little pricey and it only lowers it about an inch. They are cobalt springs with cobalt struts with the mentioned spacer kit. CED= crateenginedepo.com click on cobalt store
Awesome! Thanks for the Info I'll look into that.
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Awesome! Thanks for the Info I'll look into that.
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