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Old 03-09-2011, 02:04 AM   #1
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ive always liked the way my coupe sat....but i always had a little wheel gap it seemed in the back. i had the coils all the way down. my buddy has a 99 hatch and his car is dumped. so today we proceeded to figure out why my car wouldnt sit any lower.
dropped the struts down thru the top and removed the dust covers(they were broke in half anyways) and cut down the bump stop, took off one of the spindles that "lock" the adjustable coilovers. did this to both sides. gave me about an inch to an inch 1/2. i love the stance of my coupe now.

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Looks way better man...
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Looks like quite a difference from the looks of your pics. Much better!
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