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Update pics of Eibach lowering springs

Pro Kit... approx .8-.9 inch lower on rear and front.. just need some 1" spacers to make it fit perfectly, but not necessary!!

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Old 03-19-2009, 09:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Update pics of Eibach lowering springs

Pro Kit... approx .8-.9 inch lower on rear and front.. just need some 1" spacers to make it fit perfectly, but not necessary!!
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Old 03-19-2009, 09:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Looks very nice.
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perfect drop IMO!! r u gettin wheels??
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yeah getting rims soon probably in the end of march with axis...

the sway bars are in production now and will be ready in approx a month or so... and coil overs will be in the process in approx 3 months

this will be the only kit, no sport line will be made!
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Old 03-19-2009, 10:21 PM   #5 (permalink)
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nice.. when do these go on sale? Also whats the ride like do they bottom or hit the bump stops easily on bad roads?
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not exactly sure when they hit the market.. but not too long i assume.. and the ride is perfect.. no rubbing, doesnt hit speed bumps, feels like stock when it comes to any limitations
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looks nice.
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yeah, looks nice. Do you have a stock pic that can be seen side by side? When did they say they will be available? Any discussions with them on using them with the stock dampers?
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Actually, these pics just answered my uncertainty about if I would stay with 19s or go with 20s.

I like how the 19s looks with a drop.

Have you decided to stay with 19s or move up to 20s??
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i agree 19's would be best! ( Work Meisters)
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Pro Kit... approx .8-.9 inch lower on rear and front.. just need some 1" spacers to make it fit perfectly, but not necessary!!
Very nice drop!!

Does your drop require camber kit for front and rear? thanks...
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nope no kits camber needed... also.. i believe im gonna go with 20s, but of couse im gonna see hwo they look with them on and judge it on that
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In those pics, have the springs had time to settle or is that a fresh install?
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that is a fresh install.. was installed earlier today
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look's good for spring.how's the ride?
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