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    Ebiach pro-kit

    How low will they go? I know it says 1.3, but how many dead coils can be cut? Can you get 1 more inch out of them?
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    My SL2 doesn't have a motor, but I'll post some photos tonight of the rear. I am not a coil cutter but I am sure at least one can come off. I'll try to stick the camera in the wheel well for you.

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    Cool, ty
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    sell em to me
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    I have intrax springs my rear is currently at 23 1/4 "

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    Tire height has a lot of influence on it too, my photo is with a 215/40/17, and they measure in 23.5-.75 with a tape. Not sure what calculators say they are supposed to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arthursc2 View Post
    Tire height has a lot of influence on it too, my photo is with a 215/40/17, and they measure in 23.5-.75 with a tape. Not sure what calculators say they are supposed to be.
    That's funny you brought that up before I installed my 17s on the rear I held them up to the stock, the height and width were the same. I actually stopped and debated keeping the stock tires on just due to cost comparison, but I love the low profile with large wheels! I just installed lowering springs on the rear. Front this weekend !

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    This is why people measure from the center of the hub to the top of the fender when posting suspension setups. Tire & wheel changes everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dynonacht View Post
    sell em to me
    $250 shipped for the Eibachs powder coated black on brand new 0 mile KYB fronts and Monroe rears. Mounts have 104k on them, bearings are good when I did the springs/struts. Come as a package only, sorry.

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