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Old 08-17-2013, 11:00 AM   #1
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Currently looking at the upr front coilovers, will I need cc plates if I get these? and the ride height will be adjustable correct??
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I haven't researched the UPRs much, but with the MM coil-overs they require aftermarket CC plates because it needs a sturdier strut mount if that what the stock plates can provide. Yes ride height is adjustable.
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I haven't researched the UPRs much, but with the MM coil-overs they require aftermarket CC plates because it needs a sturdier strut mount if that what the stock plates can provide. Yes ride height is adjustable.
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You should have CC plates with the stock setup, aftermarket requires it. The UPR setup is a good drag setup. It will go around corners OK. Better than stock anyway and you'll save a ****load of weight. If I keep this 98 and convert to auto the UPR is the route I'm going. And by that I mean it'd be the whole front K/coilover setup. You might as well just do it all at once.
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Old 09-20-2013, 10:24 PM   #5
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Well turns out my eibach for some reason are rusted to hell. So I'm most definetly ganna be getting upr coil overs. How hard is it to adjust them?
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