Aside from improving stability by lowering the center of gravity of the car and trying to look a little more like a true sport car is there other benefits to lowering the car?
I knew that I probably couldn't do that in Pennsylvania USA. Too many Hills, I probably would live pieces behind on the road. Proportionally what's better or what has more of an effect to stability, lowering the car or changing wheels and suspension? I guess it is all a trade off?
Better handling and looking better aren't enough for u? U want more benefits? (just kidding u
I think it more depends on what u want out of the upgrade. Are u willing to deal with a harsher ride for the look of it lowered, or are more interested in a nice set of aftemarket wheels/tires? If u plus-size the tires, keep in mind that the tire sidewall will be shorter, so u might notice a slightly rougher ride as well.
As for stability, any time u lower the center of gravity it's better. But how low do u want to go, what kind of tires will u put on? Tons of variables. In the end, u have to go with what u think looks best and u can afford.