there isnt no down falls besides bumps and dips in road. it will handle better .
Thanks alot. Not to disrespect anyone else's answers, but this is the answer that i was looking for...substantial information.. I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that one of the bmr 1993-2002 f-body handling performance package is what I need....plus the alignment and the air dam trimming?even with an inch of drop, you need to do something about the lower control arm angle (lca relocation brackets) as well as an adjustable panhard rod to re-center the axle
it will be a harder ride too, lowering springs are stiffer than stock. good time to upgrade your shocks, or the rebound will suck. your factory shocks are probably toast anyway, making the problem worse
so, proper lowering job:
- lca relocation brackets
- trim air dam
- adj. panhard rod
- new shocks
- lowering springs
lowering a solid rear axle car properly isn't cheap
see.. unless you're driving it like a soccer mom, you'll feel an improperly done lowering job. a stock f-body doesn't wheel hop much if you spin the tires. lowered with no other changes wheel hops like hell, because the geometry is suddenly broken..Any random person would never know the diff one way or the other..