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Old 10-07-2011, 01:17 AM   #1
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Default Dropped my G today

ill get better pics this weekend. 1.4" front drop and 1.3" rear. simple eibach prokit. nothing crazy



itll settle and end up a lil lower im sure, but looks sooooo much better without the big wheel gaps

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Old 10-07-2011, 01:26 AM   #2
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Nice. More. √
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Old 10-07-2011, 01:30 AM   #3
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ill have more this weekend. im gonna debadge it tomrrow and detail it up for battle drag this weekend.


i gotta get some longer studs and a small wheel spacer for the front now though. and a couple magnaflows to replace the stock exhaust coming up soon too
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Wheel gap is like a vagina, the more fingers you can get in there the worse off you are.

Love the g! Those wheels are real nice.
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Wheel gap is like a vagina, the more fingers you can get in there the worse off you are.
no truer words have been said.
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Lmao.

Ive only put 15 miles on it since i did the suspension last night so its hasnt fully settled. Right now its about an inch or gap. Id like a lil less but dont want it to ride like shit on this one. If i go lower itll be bagged or juiced
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Another 1/2 an inch wont hurt the ride quality. Im not saying you should be tucking, but just close the gap a little more.

It looks dope either way though.
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Ya, im waiting to see how it settles over the weekend. Ill put some mileage on it and see how it is on monday. And then check the alignment again to see if i need the camber kit. Its at -2 degrees right now on all 4 corners, and 0.08 degrees of toe
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I think it's perfect. Sporty but not ghetto. Don't go lower. I went lower on my TL and hated it...I'm running the Eibachs now too.
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debadged and de-pinstriped the car today. much cleaner now. and also you can tell the car has settled a good 1/2-1" more




will get better pics at battle drag this weekend.

next mods: custom magnaflow exhaust, and paint the grille black or buy a billet front grille and bumper inserts
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