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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 02-12-2012, 08:31 AM Thread Starter
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Talking Function and form coilovers installed

Hey guys! Just wanted to show you how my teg is sitting right now after putting on some rota grids and function and form coilovers
To those who dont know me this is how it sat not that long ago
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And this is how it sits now
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I'm scraping quite a lot going into the driveway but everything looks good under!

Opinions welcome!

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That looks GREAT

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Thanks Dan!
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Holy difference batman! That drop and those wheels makes it night and day. Looks great man!

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it looks great!! maybe a tip on being low when you pull in to places try and get angled for the drive then you shouldn't scrap so much my teg was lower then that and when i was on the high way i would bottom out going 80 and sparks flying out hhaha
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Thanks guys!! And I'll keep the going sideways in mind
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you don't play, you got em and dropped them in... stance looks great the bronze grids are a nice touch... you just need foglights now to set it off


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you don't play, you got em and dropped them in... stance looks great the bronze grids are a nice touch... you just need foglights now to set it off
LOL, thanks man! And yup, fogs are on the to do list
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What size wheels and tires did you go with, and how much drop? Looks good, man!
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They are 15" and I honetsly dont know exactly how much I dropped it LOL
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That's a beautifully RS good job man! Make sure u get ur allighnement done.
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Thanks man! Went to get it alligned, and they said they couldnt do it cause my bushings were bad? Is there any truth to this or hsould I take it to another shop?

I mean I know my bushing must be bad since I've never changed them but could that be the cause for not aligning my car?
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Id recommend to take it to someone u know that works there at the shop. In my case it wasn't and I know I had bad bushings at that time. As long as u have camber kit in the front and rear or the the washer trick in rear they should be able to do it specially when u paying lol.
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LOL, ok, that reminds me, I need to buy a camber kit
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