Yes... after driving approx 15 miles it dropped 1/4" more. Is that normal of Eibachs? If not, how do I fix it?For the Eibach pro-kit, the rears will look like it's sagging. Side effect of that particular kit. Also, you said at first it's a 1.4" drop, but after driving it's not 1/4" gap? Do you mean it dropped another 1/4"?
For the rear tires, if it points inward at the top and outward at the bottom, that's negative camber.
For some people, they had a wheel alignment done. For others, they didn't. If you want to be sure, wait a few more miles (like 100 or so), then go get an alignment.
As Wiggum has pointed out, there's nothing much you can do about the sagging in the rear except for changing out your eibachs for something like the AutoExe. No, aftermarket rear shocks will not solve the drop difference.Yes... after driving approx 15 miles it dropped 1/4" more. Is that normal of Eibachs? If not, how do I fix it?
Will aftermarket rear shocks slove this?
Will the alignment by itself fix the negative chamber??? (Looking at the tires from the back of the car, the top of tire is leaning inward).