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Old 09-20-2015, 09:21 PM   #1
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Asking for a friend but, what actually is needed to run coilovers on a 05-09 and are they transferable to the 11-14?
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Adjustable Panhard bar and possibly camber bolts if you wanna go the cheap route and not get camber plates. I wanna say for the most part that the suspension on the 05-09 is the same for 10-14. Don't quote me on that because I don't know a lot about the 3V body style.


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Adjustable Panhard bar and possibly camber bolts if you wanna go the cheap route and not get camber plates. I wanna say for the most part that the suspension on the 05-09 is the same for 10-14. Don't quote me on that because I don't know a lot about the 3V body style.


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Ok thanks for the help
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Ok thanks for the help

As mentioned adjustable panhard bar and DEFINITELY caster/camber plates. Bolts won't cut it if you plan to utilize the adjustability of the coilovers
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As mentioned adjustable panhard bar and DEFINITELY caster/camber plates. Bolts won't cut it if you plan to utilize the adjustability of the coilovers
Car wont be used at the track or anything, he just wants to be low for car shows without having ricer camber, then everyother day it will be lowered maybe an inch and a half
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