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Old 06-18-2016, 02:30 PM   #1
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Lowered the car today...

Put on SR Springs that say they will drop it 1.5"

I didn't measure before I installed them but the front left and right are at 28". The back left is at 28.5", and the right is at 28.75".

Test drove it and was getting a popping noise from the front right. I assumed the strut mount wasn't tightened all the way so i drove the right side up on a ramp to put more tension on it and tightened it up.

Hoping that it settles in about another .5", but it does look much better and even on stock shocks and struts rides much better. I will be changing the shocks and struts out very soon though.
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Panhard bar and camber plate as well?
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just an adjustable panhard bar
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Two or three days of driving and they will be perfect.
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What all is needed for "proper" lowering? I've read a couple different posts but want to know for sure.


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What all is needed for "proper" lowering? I've read a couple different posts but want to know for sure.


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Shocks, struts, adjustable panhard bar, strut mounts, LCA relocation brackets. If you have a one piece driveshaft, adjustable upper control arm and mount.
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Put on SR Springs that say they will drop it 1.5"

I didn't measure before I installed them but the front left and right are at 28". The back left is at 28.5", and the right is at 28.75".

Test drove it and was getting a popping noise from the front right. I assumed the strut mount wasn't tightened all the way so i drove the right side up on a ramp to put more tension on it and tightened it up.

Hoping that it settles in about another .5", but it does look much better and even on stock shocks and struts rides much better. I will be changing the shocks and struts out very soon though.
Let me know if you hear any creaking noises from the rear. Mine makes a creaking noise when pulling in and out of driveway. Not during regular driving but it is quite annoying. I actually think it might be the double adjustable SR Panhard bar that's making that noise. I changed the rear shocks to konis yesterday hoping it might help some but it didn't.
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I have the same panhard bar and haven't heard anything yet.
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Shocks, struts, adjustable panhard bar, strut mounts, LCA relocation brackets. If you have a one piece driveshaft, adjustable upper control arm and mount.
So with the stock 2 piece it will be fine?

Will getting the GT500 mounts require GT500 shocks/struts, or will ones made for 5.0s be compatible?


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I think if you use the gt500 mounts you have to use 05-10 struts
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Had a similar "popping" when I did my springs. I didn't torque down the top center nut enough. You can access it with a deep drive from under the hood. Tightened mine and popping went away. Not sure if that's your issue but as soon as I read "popping" it sounded familiar.


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Yea it was the top nut. I got it taken care of though.
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So with the stock 2 piece it will be fine?

Will getting the GT500 mounts require GT500 shocks/struts, or will ones made for 5.0s be compatible?


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I have the same panhard bar and haven't heard anything yet.
Maybe after it's been in the elements for a bit. I didn't have that problem when I first installed it. I sprayed some wd40 on the ends where the swivel bushings are and it's not making that noise now. I think they were dirty, it's the second time I've done that and the noise has gone away. Might look into getting a different Panhard bar.
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Looks great. When i lowered mine, i didn't have to buy an adjustable panhard bar because my rear measurements moved 4mm closer to perfect than it was before i lowered I got lucky
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I think if you use the gt500 mounts you have to use 05-10 struts
Correct!
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Correct!
And the drop in the front is a little more because the combo is a bit shorter than the 11-14 shocks with 11-14 mounts.

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Looks very nice! Love your vinyl too!
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Shocks, struts, adjustable panhard bar, strut mounts, LCA relocation brackets. If you have a one piece driveshaft, adjustable upper control arm and mount.

So for a 1.5 drop theres no need for camber plate?
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So for a 1.5 drop theres no need for camber plate?

No you don't need camber plates. When I had SR springs I didn't need camber bolts either. A panhard bar is recommended.


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No you don't need camber plates. When I had SR springs I didn't need camber bolts either. A panhard bar is recommended.


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So if I dd my car realistically I only need panhard bar and lca brackets at first until my shocks give out
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So if I dd my car realistically I only need panhard bar and lca brackets at first until my shocks give out

When I had my SR springs I didn't do anything else other than the springs. Went almost 20k miles on them without any issues then I upgraded to coilovers. That's when I went and upgraded LCAs/UCA and added a panhard bar. Now I'm actually on bags and I am adding a watts link soon.


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When I had my SR springs I didn't do anything else other than the springs. Went almost 20k miles on them without any issues then I upgraded to coilovers. That's when I went and upgraded LCAs/UCA and added a panhard bar. Now I'm actually on bags and I am adding a watts link soon.


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Coilover are quite expensive, will you happen to know the ride quality from coilover to springs and matching shocks?
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Coilover are quite expensive, will you happen to know the ride quality from coilover to springs and matching shocks?

Ride quality wise my bags are by far the best choice for ride quality. The coilovers were better than the stock shocks and struts with SR springs.


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So if I dd my car realistically I only need panhard bar and lca brackets at first until my shocks give out
That's what I'm reading as well, then it's time for Konis.


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Looks really good. I just ordered a set of FRPP K springs from AM, should be a very similar for mine as well.
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Coilover are quite expensive, will you happen to know the ride quality from coilover to springs and matching shocks?
Godspeed coil overs are on eBay for around $630 shipped, prob made in the same plant as all the major brands. My friend ordered a set of BCs and they were drop shipped from overseas. I believe the god speeds have spring rates of 8#f, 6#r and have built in camper plates just like BC
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My cyclone has koni sports and J&M cc plates and they really make an improvement in handling set @ 1.5 neg camber. I am not lowered except for my wheel & tire package.
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So if I dd my car realistically I only need panhard bar and lca brackets at first until my shocks give out
yes, but you'll pay (or do) install & alignment 2x. This is one of those do it once things.

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yes, but you'll pay (or do) install & alignment 2x. This is one of those do it once things.

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That is the best way to get it done. Ive got all of the parts needed to lower the car spread over my room but I still need shocks and struts. Its best to just put it on all at once so I dont have to basically install the springs twice but also as previously mentioned, you probably don't want to pay for two alignments after getting the parts installed. I also would rather keep the factory ride quality until i have shocks and struts that were meant for lowered cars. Trust me i know it sucks having the parts just sit around while you wait for the money to buy those last few parts.


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I would (and did) I collected parts for over a year when on sale and used/never installed. If you do the work yourself including alignment by all means piecemeal it but if you are paying don't pay twice.
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Godspeed coil overs are on eBay for around $630 shipped, prob made in the same plant as all the major brands. My friend ordered a set of BCs and they were drop shipped from overseas. I believe the god speeds have spring rates of 8#f, 6#r and have built in camper plates just like BC

Anyone can chime in on the quality of those?
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Anyone can chime in on the quality of those?
Generally speaking, you get what you pay for. I wouldn't buy them expecting years of trouble free use, that's for sure.
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