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Brian, without looking at your chin spoiler I would not be able to say accurately, however you will lose about an inch and a half total in the front once the springs have settled. The springs are progressive, the heavier the load more resistance they offer. I've got them on my 2011 GT and have quite a few speed bumps in my parking lot, as long as you take your time going over them you should be ok.
Answered by Kirk C. from Lowell | Comment 0 0
I got a 2005 convertible. And I'm gonna buy these this week. I wanna know if I can use my OEM struts and shocks meaning I just replaced them 6 months ago. And if I can get it alligned with no caster camber plates or anything. Working on a budget after replacing my transmission. ? Please help. Thanks
Asked by Christopher S. from Monroe | Comment 0 0
These will work just fine with your existing struts/shocks. As for alignment, that will vary from car to car. We recommend part number EIB-581260K to play it safe. Using these will give you enough adjustment for your alignment shop to get it back within specs.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
These will work just fine with your existing shocks/struts. The only other item we recommend is part number EIB-581260K so that your alignment shop can get everything back within spec. No other additional parts are needed and by using these camber bolts, you do not need caster camber plates.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 1 0
Jorge is correct. If you unbolt the bottoms of the shocks from the axle, you can lower the jack down and it will droop enough for the springs to fall out. No compressors are needed.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | 1 Comments 1 0
Took it to get aligned and guy said he couldn't get rear aligned. I have bmr lower control arms, bmr relocation brackets and bmr adjustable Panhard bar. Can't I adjust the bmr Panhard bar myself and be fine? Do alignment shops use factory specs when doing alignment? If so wouldn't it always be off?
Asked by Shane G. from Burleson | Comment 0 0
The only thing I can think of when they state the rear cannot be aligned is going to be due to the rear axle being offset from the drop. If you have the BMR adjustable panhard bar, you can adjust that yourself to get it centered back up under the car.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | 2 Comments 0 0
I have these lowering springs and they are awesome! They will drop your car 1.5 inches all around. You will definitely need an adjustable pan hard bar to center the back end of your car. Also the GT500 strut mounts. I also got the Koni Orange shocks and struts.
Answered by Oscar F. from Logan | Comment 0 0
My 13 vert barely makes it through with 20's on. Theres a support brace bolt head that scrapes every 5 feet where the wash tracks are joined. It feels worse than it is, but I've switched to hand washes. Im running 255/35's up fron and 275/35's rear. This scraping is with an empty gas tank too.
Answered by Matthew D. from Las Vegas | Comment 0 0
ok dave first of all i am not an expert however my friends are so made some calls for you here it is if your lowering your car and have a solid panhard bar there's no adjustment for that perfect center of gravity for your rear tires witch makes a big difference they recommend it i just put one in my 05 a BMR i agree with my friends it works great simple to install and you know your back tires are flat on the ground hope this help you make your decision we all green lite it
Answered by Michael b. from Warwick | Comment 0 0
You could get the camber plates if you want to go that route, but when I installed mine i had the local tire shop install camber bolts when i had my car alined
Answered by Jorge V. from Fairfield | 3 Comments 0 0
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