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Old 12-06-2012, 01:55 PM   #1
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Suspension installed

Just installed my new suspension, Eibach Pro system plus. What a night and day difference, I love the way it looks too.

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Nice looks much better!!!
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Old 12-06-2012, 02:48 PM   #3
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Did you do the install yourself?
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Did you do the install yourself?
Yes, I work in an auto shop so I had a lot of resources at my dispose.
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Old 12-06-2012, 03:20 PM   #5
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gotcha. i wish i had all that to use, it would make everything alot easier. i was thinking about my suspension. did you do full suspension?
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You don't need crazy tools just some wrenches and sockets and jacks and you're good
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thats what i figured. those crazy tools just make it a little easier lol
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Yea. You can get a good set of air tools and a compressor under 300 bucks
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I got the Eibach pro system plus which is pretty much a whole system, springs, dampers, away bars and links.
What makes it easy doing it in the shop is the use of a spring compressor for the struts. Me and 2 of my techs did the whole job in about 2 hours, including alignment.

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Sway bars that is.
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I got the Eibach pro system plus which is pretty much a whole system, springs, dampers, away bars and links.
What makes it easy doing it in the shop is the use of a spring compressor for the struts. Me and 2 of my techs did the whole job in about 2 hours, including alignment.

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Sway bars that is.
I know just how you feel. Now you can drift into U turns with the rest of us pro dampers. Tight turn? Drift into it. I turn heads every time. Haha. Be sure to practice first though. Lol. Have fun.
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Old 12-06-2012, 07:01 PM   #11
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im not exactly trying to drift even though that would be a lot of fun. im more just looking for a better handling ride and a better stance
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