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Old Dec 29, 2015, 08:43 AM   #1
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Finally Lowered on H&R's

Finally got the Ralliart lowered on some H&R springs. Rides good and looks even better now.
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Old Dec 29, 2015, 10:03 AM   #2
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Old Dec 29, 2015, 10:10 AM   #3
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Nice stance now!
Thank you Veronica. I truly like how the car looks now. Time for some new wheels and tires this spring to set it off. Plus some other goodies.
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I was looking at the H&R springs on lancershop. i want to lower the car a bit, how much did you get? i read about 1.5' in the front and 1.3' in the back, is that accurate?
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Finally got the Ralliart lowered on some H&R springs. Rides good and looks even better now.
what did you do with your old suspension?
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what did you do with your old suspension?
I still have the springs. The struts are on the car. I am changing the entire suspension up over the winter or in the spring.
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Car looks a little different than the pics I posted here a long time ago.




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Looks way nicer! Do they feel like the stock suspension?
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I still have the springs. The struts are on the car. I am changing the entire suspension up over the winter or in the spring.

The car looks dope! I was looking for the stock suspension to replace one of the Tein coilovers that popped but decided to go with Megan Street Coilovers. Got a sweet deal from Megan themselves.

If you do decide to change to a good suspension, invest into Megan. They're real good and have a good warranty policy.
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Looks way nicer! Do they feel like the stock suspension?
If I had to do it again, I would have gone coilovers. It is very bouncy now that the struts are wearing out. I am currently looking at coilovers and some new ball joints and tie rod ends.
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