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Old 09-11-2012, 11:01 PM   #1
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Shined up and ready to roll!!!

I got her all shined and she has that new super sport style to it with the springs. The h&r after the install it was an inch drop I'm just scared it wont settle like .75 inches like am says the estimate drop is but she looks good tell me what ya think?

Got her aligned also before she was shined up.(:
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Old 09-11-2012, 11:09 PM   #2
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Looks cool
Love that color

You should do the whole decklid black
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I got her all shined and she has that new super sport style to it with the springs. The h&r after the install it was an inch drop I'm just scared it wont settle like .75 inches like am says the estimate drop is but she looks good tell me what ya think?

Got her aligned also before she was shined up.(:
Car looks amazing.
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Will the car really settle a lot or is the drop after install really what it will look like?
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Re: Shined up and ready to roll!!!

looking good
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I got her all shined and she has that new super sport style to it with the springs. The h&r after the install it was an inch drop I'm just scared it wont settle like .75 inches like am says the estimate drop is but she looks good tell me what ya think?

Got her aligned also before she was shined up.(:
nice plasti dipp area where did you get the idea from hmmm? lol
also what kind of exhaust do u have?
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[QUOTE="beccabau2012"]

nice plasti dipp area where did you get the idea from hmmm? lol
also what kind of exhaust do u have?[/QUOTE

Hmmmm I think I'm replying her i have to redo it. But it's slp lm1 cat back it's so great!!!

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nice plasti dipp area where did you get the idea from hmmm? lol
also what kind of exhaust do u have?
Hmmmm I think I'm replying her i have to redo it. But it's slp lm1 cat back it's so great!!!
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nice plasti dipp area where did you get the idea from hmmm? lol
also what kind of exhaust do u have?[/QUOTE

Hmmmm I think I'm replying her i have to redo it. But it's slp lm1 cat back it's so great!!!

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Hmmmm I think I'm replying her i have to redo it. But it's slp lm1 cat back it's so great!!!
what does your first sentence mean? and they look great the tips are big
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Re: Shined up and ready to roll!!!

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Looks pretty swell to me
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Old 09-12-2012, 07:15 AM   #13
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Are those different tail lights than stock? And yes your car will settle a bit more. Your fronts settle faster because the weight of the engine helps but the backs have no weight to help it settle.
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Are those different tail lights than stock? And yes your car will settle a bit more. Your fronts settle faster because the weight of the engine helps but the backs have no weight to help it settle.
No I don't believe there different. But it really will settle a lot or not noticeable? Cause its a inch drop and American muscle says its 1.75 in front and 1.6 rear?
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Yup, looks good!
It already looks like its lowered more than an inch.
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No I don't believe there different. But it really will settle a lot or not noticeable? Cause its a inch drop and American muscle says its 1.75 in front and 1.6 rear?
You might have to also consider your stock springs might have been pretty worn out and you car was setting lower than stock from when it first rolled out of the factory. So there calculations on "lowering" is from factory hight instead of where you car was currently setting.
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You might have to also consider your stock springs might have been pretty worn out and you car was setting lower than stock from when it first rolled out of the factory. So there calculations on "lowering" is from factory hight instead of where you car was currently setting.
Yeah cause it looks about where AM advertises now.
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So the stance now is what it mostly will look like?(:
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So the stance now is what it mostly will look like?(:
I'm sure it will settle some. I'm not sure how much. It looks good! I don't think it will settle where it's too low...It's just right.
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Alright thanks for the compliments and today after school I'm putting on some better carbon fiber bumper letters so it will look great!!
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Beautiful car, looks really good!
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Looks amazing! My springs should be here tmmrw!! And did you use stock isos or bike tubing?
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Stock isos if I did the bike tubing I just don't want to hear any noise incase. I mean I know I probably wouldn't but it's my daily driver sense I'm 17 so I just wanted to make sure it wouldn't make noise, I think it's a good drop and will still settle a little so I'm happy with it.
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Stock isos if I did the bike tubing I just don't want to hear any noise incase. I mean I know I probably wouldn't but it's my daily driver sense I'm 17 so I just wanted to make sure it wouldn't make noise, I think it's a good drop and will still settle a little so I'm happy with it.
I either want to use my stock isos or bike tubing for maximum drop
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[QUOTE="RUNNWLD"]I got her all shined and she has that new super sport style to it with the springs. The h&r after the install it was an inch drop I'm just scared it wont settle like .75 inches like am says the estimate drop is but she looks good tell me what ya think?

Got her aligned also before she was shined up.(:[/QUOTE

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I either want to use my stock isos or bike tubing for maximum drop
Use the stock isos really it makes you feel better and gives a great drop!!!
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Use the stock isos really it makes you feel better and gives a great drop!!!
Gotcha idk what I'm using yett haha my springs will be here tmmrw!!!
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Sweet post pics when done!!
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Sweet post pics when done!!
I will!! I don't know when I'm putting them on because I still have to get shocks and struts
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They came in today!!!!
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They came in today!!!!
Sick there great I'm so happy with them!!! Make sure to post pics and if you use the stock isos?
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Sick there great I'm so happy with them!!! Make sure to post pics and if you use the stock isos?
I will!! And thanks man! I ordering my shocks and struts tmmrw as well! Did you car settle any lower!?

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I will!! And thanks man! I ordering my shocks and struts tmmrw as well! Did you car settle any lower!?
Did you have to compress the front springs at all?
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And yeah it has settle some more it looks great not next Friday but the one after that I'll post pics cause that will be about 2 weeks and I'll let ya see how much it's settled
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