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Old 02-27-2013, 07:17 PM
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Originally Posted by LADriver View Post
CABimmerNation - thank you for sharing comments and your experience. I noticed that the 22" are rubbing on tight parking, so am wondering if I have the H&R Sport springs installed I will make it worse? I love the car and really want to lower it, so maybe I just need to bite the bullet and have the guys at Auto Talent do the hard install......decisions, decisions!
I think maybe your offset is wrong. Mine have never rubbed, stock or lowered. Gotta believe that if they rub now, it's only going to get worse when lowered. I would find a good shop that knows their **** and pay them to get that thing correct.
Looks sick btw.
Dinan S3, PedalBox, 22" Agetro rims, H&R spt springs, RDsport front lip, coded, paddle shift retrofit, AlpineMSS HID 8000k. All exterior chrome, roof, roof spoiler and everything behind wheels painted black, wing, side and rear reflectors and door handle trim painted white, light smoke on tail lights. Audio: focal separates, earthquake low profile subs under front seats (crossed over as mid base to support the pathetic 4" fronts), arc audio amps, audiocontrol lcq-1 and epicenter, (2) L7 subs.
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