Readme

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Back lower than front?

Collapse
X

Back lower than front?

Collapse
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

    Back lower than front?

    I just dropped my car, eibach pro kit, w/ KYB GR-2's.

    Rides great, everything went together pretty smooth - but the back end has less of a wheel gap then the front.

    Supposedly 1.4 in teh front and 1.0 in the back.

    Anyone else have this problem(?) ?

    #2
    very common problem. First off, lowering more in the front doesn't mean you'll end up w/ less gap in front..... this is because the gaps aren't even to begin with. Second, the common problem of "uneven drops" may not really be a problem (at least not from a performance standpoint). Companies, surprisingly enough, may have actually done some R&D. Our cars are heavier in the front, lowering the rear a bit more will help even out this weight distribution problem.

    Comment


      #3
      I mean its not BAD but its not what I thought.

      I mean Eibach's are supposedly some of the best riding springs, and it does ride fine, great actually... I'll have to snap a picture, and post it, and see what you guys think. Thanks.

      Comment


        #4
        Yes, it's normal. If you have, or get Koni Yellows, you could even it out by placing the spring on the highest rear perch, while the front shocks were at the lowest front perch. You will get used to it though, that's how those springs are designed.

        Comment

        Working...
        X