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Discussion in 'Driveline/Suspension' started by Sublime302, Sep 27, 2012.
These cars in here are :-O
BC Coils. 20x11 rear 19x9 fronts.
Eibach pro kit.
My Ride with Eibach Pro-kit springs, eibach shocks and struts, 18" CF-5 wheels with 305/40 NT555R and 255/45 NT555 G2 tires
Got all my spring/tax rebate updates done. Eibach pro system plus kit, bmr LCAs with relocation brackets, bmr panhard bar, Steeda tri-ax shifter & trans mount bushing insert, RP syncromax & painted coil covers. I know a lot of people don't like to use them but the camber adjustment bolts got my car back within spec. Maybe will upgrade to C & C plates in the future. Next is a tune. I am happy with how it turned out. I don't know if it's because it's lower to the ground making it echo more, but my car seems louder now.
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2014 with Koni yellow coil overs - 450 lb fronts & 250 rears - BMR watts link, relo brackets and LCA's, vorshlag CC plates. Ride and handling is amazing with much more spring rate than what lowering springs offer. Adjustable ride height is needed here with PA roads.
2014 lowered on SVE Springs, Koni Yellows and Cervini body kit, and SVE Drift wheels amongst other things.
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BMR SP009 springs installed today along with BMR relocation brackets, LCA's and adj panhard bar.
Installed AST 4150 coilovers with f550#/r250# Hyperco springs and Ground Control camber plates this week. Snagged 'em off the market here with low miles.
I am going to swap the rear springs out for the same rate but 1" longer, the ride height is pretty much maxed in this pic. My goal is a half inch of rake.
The ride quality is amazing compared to the Steeda Boss springs I had on it, but it probably is as much the dampers as it is the springs.
New here. 2013 GT/CS 6,XXX miles. ST XTA coilovers, UMI adj. panhard,20X10.5 and 20X9 on 295s and 255s. Just a cruiser.....
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Assuming 2014s are allowed, and not just 2013s - here's mine. It's a base GT but I added the track pack wheels. Suspension setup is Koni Orange struts and shocks, front springs are Roush (0.5"-1"drop approximately), rear springs are SR Performance (1.5" drop). I also have J&M caster camber plates. Front struts/springs, CC plates, and alignment were done by JPC in Maryland. I'm quite happy with the way it sits visually and the combination has proven pretty practical even for driving on the sometimes terrible roads in DC/Maryland/Northern Virginia.