Originally Posted by Spieluhr
agreed. and if you rotate your tires regularly and get an alignment after your new wheels and then later after your suspension you should be fine.
Yeah, all I pay for getting my car's allignment is to buy my coworker a lunch
So far, am leaning towards this setup:
H&R OE Sport Springs
H&R OE Sport Springs lower your vehicle subtly, giving it a slightly more aggressive stance without radically changing its appearance. Designed to enhance front-to-rear balance and street handling performance, OE Sport Springs take the "wallow" out of the stock suspension, yielding a more taut feel and improved ride characteristics. All this while retaining the ride comfort you're accustomed to.
Koni Sport Shocks
KONI Sport shock absorbers (painted yellow) were developed for sporting drivers by focusing on exceptional road holding and handling properties, combined with an acceptable level of comfort. Adjustable to suit your driving style.