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Old 04-25-2013, 08:10 PM   #1
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Eibach Pro or Sport?

I have decided to get Eibach lowering springs,along with shocks & struts.Leaning towards the Sportline. Will I need the camber adjustment bolt? If so why? What about camber plates? Don't I have them already? If so why replace them? They aren't cheap. I know I'm close in price to getting a whole suspension kit, but this is my DD and I don't race, so no need to spend money on something I don't need. If all goes to plan, two weeks and I'm lower. Thank you for any advice. Martin
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Old 04-25-2013, 08:49 PM   #2
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I have the Eibach Pro-Kit and I love it. Sits almost perfectly! They came on my car when I bought it. Actually ride really good for a lowered car. If it was up to me I would get Sportlines though cause the front end is a little lower than the back end and it looks sick IMO. Either one you'll be extremely satisfied!
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I just did sportline and love it! Nothing could be better!!
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I just placed my order for the Sportline package from tire rack. Only took two weeks to decide. I wanted to be able to notice the drop. I didn't see the value in spending the money for a small drop with the Pro kit. What has the drop been for you? Martin
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I just placed my order for the Sportline package from tire rack. Only took two weeks to decide. I wanted to be able to notice the drop. I didn't see the value in spending the money for a small drop with the Pro kit. What has the drop been for you? Martin
You are totally right. Here is my pic before drop and after. But I also upgraded my rims and tires for 19in gt brembo package. When I turn my steering wheel all the way, tire rub happens though. Since I have 255 on the front, I wil put 245 tires.
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That's what I'm talking about. Looks great
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That's what I'm talking about. Looks great
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I have the sportline kit and I love mine. The drop is just about perfect and their was no need for C&C plates or the bolts. All I had to do was get a new alignment!
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Looking good, mean green fighting machine. Just found out they are on back order. They asked if I wanted to switch order, no. I can wait longer. Thank you for your service. Martin
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Go with the sportline. I got the sportline myself with the shocks and springs. I had alignment
Issues until I got the caster camber plates. Then added the front and rear sway bars with steeda bump steer kit. The car handles like its on rails.

Also, find a reputable alignment shop. I tried tires plus only to see the guy take a three pound sledge to my brand new Maximum Motorsports caster/camber plates. They never got the alignment right. Finally went to a local shop. They got it right.
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This is the pro-kit. Definitely noticeable that I dropped it. Sport lines will look great though I'm just showing how big of a difference just the pro-kit is.
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