should i lower my passat wagon?

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Asked by Nov 08, 2009 at 11:27 PM about the Volkswagen Passat

Question type: Car Customization

if you have a lowered your passat, and even if it's not a wagon i could use some help deciding

7 Answers

15

no wagons are gay dont do anything to it

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75

wow dude take it easy, settle down or people might start to thinking your an asshole or somthin... don't hate on the shagon wagon's

15

ok yea a little harsh but i think it would be a waste of money, maybe you should go with a different car, it probably wouldn't improve the cars handling considering the extra weight in the rear

75

your probly right, i just thought it would look cool, haha i don't have enough money to get another car

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don't do anything to it as far as suspension or lowering. what comes with it from the factory is perfect for any driving reasonable in a passat

95

depends on how much the lower ou go the more problems you have you might need adjustable control arms alignment is a must if you do springs youll need struts just remember you gotta pay to play oil pans are a bitch

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15

yes slam it dude buy some coilovers check out vwvortex.com for some piks of lowered passats and other vdubs

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