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Discussion in 'Suspension Modifications' started by djhtech, Dec 20, 2015.

  1. djhtech

    djhtech Member Established Member

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    Looking to figure out the suspension setup on this photo below.

    SB from MW 2010.jpg

    Thanks!
     
  2. bubblehead93

    bubblehead93 Member Established Member

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    not sure what you think we are going to do with just a picture... based on stance might get guesses on type of springs, with or without isolators... but could be coil-overs, could have a SRA vice IRS in the back... perhaps the car owner will see the picture and offer up some info...

    r/
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  3. djhtech

    djhtech Member Established Member

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    Thanks Andy,

    I'm hoping the same thing.. Owner comes across this thread. I really like the stance and wheel combo on Silver exterior.
     
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    94slowbra1 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Wheel combo is TF chicanes all polished. Tires are anybody's guess. Suspension is low, my guess would be a minimum of coil overs in the front if not at all corners. Rear looks like convention springs due to height.
     
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    djhtech Member Established Member

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    I posted a thread in TF's sub-forum to inquire about purchasing Chicanes. Wondering what the ballpark range is on 18's?
     
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    94slowbra1 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    3k'ish depending on finishes and options
     
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    Nightmare90gt Member Established Member

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    To much of a rake would say front is most likely coilovers also.
     
  8. mr. b_98GT

    mr. b_98GT Member Established Member

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    I agree, the rake is too drastic; either raise the front a little or lower the rear some. Could just be cut springs in the front to get it that low. I had cut springs in the front, and it was about that low. I didn't like how it rode, so I went with H&R Race Springs w/ Iso's all around. Rides a lot better now, and I don't have to worry about scraping as much as before.
     
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    D-MANN Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Eibach sportline with no Isolators will get you that low easily.
     
  10. 03' White Snake

    03' White Snake Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Thats about how low my front is with H&R race springs with no iso's and the spacer out on my Steeda X2 ball joints.

    Old pic.... 100_1180.jpg

    I now have the spacer in.

    20150714_112349_zpssaoz2u1b.jpg

    Close up of 18" wheels with H&R race springs with no iso's.
    20150715_093523_RichtoneHDR_zpsxfqz5on7.jpg 20150715_093552_RichtoneHDR_zpsmtm2ur9c.jpg
     

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