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Here are a few photos of my (dirty) car with the Eibach pro-kit springs installed. Ride quality is still good ...

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Old 01-22-2014, 04:32 PM   #1
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Here are a few photos of my (dirty) car with the Eibach pro-kit springs installed.

Ride quality is still good and it definitely sits a lot lower.








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How's the cornering? Should be more stable--ie, less leaning / twisting--keeping all four tires more firmly planted to the pavement.
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How's the cornering? Should be more stable--ie, less leaning / twisting--keeping all four tires more firmly planted to the pavement.
The road are pretty slick today, so I didn't push it hard, but it seems the steering is more responsive and I'm sure there will be less roll.
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Wow, honestly a little lower than I was expecting but looks great! Still has a decent amount of rake front to rear. That should feel a lot more connected to the road. I may go this route when I need to replace the original struts so thanks for posting the after pictures!
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Lower than I expected too, but I like it. The rear seems like it may have settled a little more today. If you want to check it out in person sometime I know you're not far from me.
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Yeah it looks great. Would be nice to see in person so we could definitely meet up, maybe sometime this summer when it's not sub zero.
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