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Old 11-25-2012, 08:24 PM   #1
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Eibach pro plus kit question

I have a 13 Brembo gt. I'm looking for a bit lower but not slammed where there isn't any finger gap. I do want to try to level out the back with the front. At first I was looking at the eibach lowering springs sportline kit. Its a 1.4 front and 1.5 back. i dont wanna go past 1.5 because i dont want to buy camber plates. I know I will need an adjustable panhard bar with these springs.

Then I seen the eibach pro plus kit and I figured I could use some better handling than just having springs. They drop 1 in front and 1.4 out back leveling out the look. Will I need the adjustable panhard bar for this small drop? Camber bolts? Do the sways in this kit really make it worth getting or would it be more economic to just get the sportline springs and panhard bar and have decent handling?

Any help is appreciated. Hoping to make a decision so I can take advantage of the cyber Monday sale.
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I will be going with frpp k springs with tokico d spec adjustable and gt500 mount. They lower 1.5 and give the look you want.
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I will be going with frpp k springs with tokico d spec adjustable and gt500 mount. They lower 1.5 and give the look you want.
I looked into that and it's more than I want to spend.
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I looked into that and it's more than I want to spend.
It is all around 800$
Springs $170
Shock/struts $550
Mount $80
My local dealership is giving me those prices and the shock i will get from the steeda website.
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Sportlines bro are really agressive... The pro kit is what i got on mine and havent regret it...

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It is all around 800$
Springs $170
Shock/struts $550
Mount $80
My local dealership is giving me those prices and the shock i will get from the steeda website.
More than I wanna spend. If I just do the springs it's 250 then 150 panhard bar. So half of what you have there. I'm def not wanting to spend 800 and not have the sways

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Sportlines bro are really agressive... The pro kit is what i got on mine and havent regret it...

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I will pay more because i want a really good ride quality.
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For lowering, i would save and spend the extra $$ and get coilovers... Everyone will say they are totally worth it.
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Sportlines bro are really agressive... The pro kit is what i got on mine and havent regret it...
Same here
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More than I wanna spend. If I just do the springs it's 250 then 150 panhard bar. So half of what you have there. I'm def not wanting to spend 800 and not have the sways

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Did you need the adjustable panhard bar?
Eventually i will need it but its fine for now.... Doesnt look bad at all
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