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    Is there anyone who can quickly Photoshop this?

    Hi lads.

    I am looking to lower my car but need to decide whether or not I should change the wheels as well, can I please ask that someone lower my car using the image below? I am guessing I would go 50mm rear and 30mm front to get it to sit level and sitting so the tyre is just a little under the guard.

    Thank you - it's a big help, I don't have access to Photoshop and only know how to edit photos in GIMP, not manipulate as such.

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    Give me a few minutes.


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    Here you go, just a quick job, but I hope it helps.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Raisin Click here to enlarge
    Give me a few minutes.


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    Here you go, just a quick job, but I hope it helps.

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    Legend thank you, sorry to be a pain in the ass but can you lower the rear a little more so it tucks a bit and the side skirts sit level instead of front down? If not all good.
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    OpelAus Forum Regular ConZo's Avatar
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Raisin Click here to enlarge
    Here you go.

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    30 and 50 won't be enough to tuck the wheel mine is dropped 50 and 70 and only just tucks the rubber at the back.

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    Main reason is because the sri-t is already dropped 15mm over stock.

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    I tuck on the rear with 30mm drop and subs in the boot.
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    OpelAus Forum Regular ConZo's Avatar
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sammich Click here to enlarge
    Main reason is because the sri-t is already dropped 15mm over stock.
    Well Raisin nailed exactly how I want it to sit in that last pic, now it's time to find a set of coilovers that will do it. I already have Precision Guard Rolling on standby ready to come around and fix the guards up. There are so many sets of coilovers in the UK from $300 to $1500. I don't mind a stiff ride as I am going to be using the car for sprints/time attack and am used to a stiff daily driver. I might just get like an $800 set and see how long they last.
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