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Old 06-24-2016, 10:13 PM   #36
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Lol on what your quote got changed to
Thats really odd?

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I bought SR coil overs and caster camber plates too from American muscle. My car is not a daily driver, but they work just fine. The car actually rides better than the Eibach lowering springs I had on it.Attachment 202811


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Looks real good too!

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[QUOTE=Steve96;2378994]Thats really odd?

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ID:	202879 pictures do not do these springs justice! Just put the fronts in with no Isos just tape, rough alignment. They brought the car down an inch from the sr springs, just as advertised. Didn't measure but a tight 2 finger gap between tire and fender, as opposed to the 3.5 finger gap for the sr springs. Haven't driven yet but once the rears are in I'll test them fully. Looks awesome!! Click image for larger version

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Attachment 202879 pictures do not do these springs justice! Just put the fronts in with no Isos just tape, rough alignment. They brought the car down an inch from the sr springs, just as advertised. Didn't measure but a tight 2 finger gap between tire and fender, as opposed to the 3.5 finger gap for the sr springs. Haven't driven yet but once the rears are in I'll test them fully. Looks awesome!! Attachment 202880


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Thats strange that the SRs left you with so much gap still? I did mine with no isos and after its tight with 2 fingers. Maybe some drop it more than others? Quality control issue? Lol. I was pleasently surprised with my SRs but the rear could stand to be abother half inch lower IMO on mine.

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I bought SR coil overs and caster camber plates too from American muscle. My car is not a daily driver, but they work just fine. The car actually rides better than the Eibach lowering springs I had on it.Attachment 202811


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What size wheel are you running, and what is the drop?
The car looks amazing.

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XXR wheels, 9 1/2 inch rims on the front with Nitto Extreme tires and 11 inch rims out back with Nitto drag radials. I'm going to sell the rear wheels and rims. Brand new,less than 50 miles on them. I don't like the staggered look. Going to get the the same wheel and tires on the front for the back. You can slam the car with the SR coil over's. I actually raise the front a half-inch since I took this picture. It was a little too low.


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MM coilovers. You already have the plates so it shouldn't be too bad. I run their coilovers for the KONI yellows

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Nice, I have their coilovers for their shocks they do now instead of the bilsteins. I really like the bilsteins but apparently these are supposed to do better than those. So we will see in a few weeks.

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The rear shocks would have to be grooved for the coilover kit if they don't do it at AM. Which I'm pretty sure they don't. You can send them to MM and they will groove them for you. Sometime soon when I get mine buttoned up I'll post pics so you can see my setup.

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