Originally Posted by binly
Just wondering how easy it is to lower my 2012 v6. Is it something I could mess up? I don't have that much experience and don't wanna risk getting my alignment messed up, but if its simple enough I'm interested.
When lowering your car, you're changing the geometry of your suspension. It's going to mess with your alignment no matter what. It's just a different amount of change depending on how far the drop is. If you're just looking for a slight drop, like one inch or so, some camber bolts should be all you need to get your front tires back within spec. Maybe an adjustable panhard bar depending on how far your rear axle shifts. Any more than that, and it will require more to readjust your alignment and pinion angle.
2012 Kona Blue 3.7L V6:
Borla LT headers, O/R h-pipe, Borla S-types, 3.73 gears,
Steeda adjustable UCA w/ mount, BMR LCAs, Airaid CAI,
LCA Relocation brackets, AE driveshaft, GT 80mm TB,
Black 18x9/10 2010 GT500 Wheels w/ Nitto NT555s,
Eibach Sportline Springs/shocks & Koni STR.T Struts