Looks sick I'm in the market for some nice coilovers...Can you lower your car anymore?
Yea....You can get your car resting on the floor if you want to. Right now my S-Pipe has been flattened and still hangs about an inch off the ground. I scape frame on any decent incline no matter how hard I angle. Hit my oil pan a couple weeks ago and it shifted so I have oil leaking from the seal. Can it go lower? Yes. Would I go lower? No. Not to mention I have less than a finger gap between my rims and the front fender/quarter panels so if I went any lower I would destroy all four corners. Next up for me is a lip kit :D
Before I had to raise it a bit and before I figured out how much lower the front went than the rear..keep in mind I still had about 1.5-2in left to go before they were maxed out..rear goes about .75 lower than the front. Reason for raising it is because I physically could not get the car out of my narrow ___ driveway
How it sits now..shot kinda came out as an almost undershot of the car so it looks a little higher than it actually is..I'd get a better shot but the car is currently up on jacks at the moment haha.
2007 FM tC auto *past*
2011 WR Blue WRX 5dr *present* :D
Great thread Maxim, I was just about to start an Official Stance thread as well.
Pre-load only slighted adjusted in the picture above. It is possible for these coilovers to definitely rest the car on the ground if desired. We will have more pics by the end of this week when we get our wheels on.
Not trying to steal your thread Maxim, but we have these sets fully in stock and have a sale thread on this forum! Coilovers are great. You can definitely feel the bumps more because of the increased spring rates, but I must say that the dampening adjustability on the Stance coilovers are more noticeable when compared to other sets. The 15 way adjustments are definitely noticeable in terms of rebound/dampening.