You’ve probably noticed a trend lately on the pages of Super Street: It seems we can’t go more than a few weeks without lowering a vehicle. It’s an addiction, really. We tried to kick the habit a few months back, but, after three weeks of commuting through L.A. gridlock, Editor Pearson burst from his office in a panic, “Sport/utility vehicles! Their all around me! Everywhere! So tall…such high centers of gravity! We must create more lowered vehicles to compensate!” This time, our own long-term Integra was the target of our agenda. By lowering enough cars, either directly or indirectly though the readers of Super Street, we can maintain a suitable ride-height average across the North American continent. Sure, it’s a crazy plan, but it just might work!