I'm planning a project if the right car turns up - I want a Pilot and I want to drop it a few inches. I was thinking this would be fairly easy as I assumed it was on leaf springs and I could use lowering blocks, but it seems it uses transverse leaf springs front and rear.
From what I have managed to scrape together online lowering these involves either replacing the spring or having the eyes re-rolled. How expensive is this likely to be and is it worth it or should I drive at stock height for a few years until I can afford to completely redo the suspension with a more modern technology?
The idea is to get a cool car on a budget and then over time keep improving it - but I want something I can drive straight away ideally.