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Just had my springs installed and already with just a few mins of the springs installed I can see a HUGE cap difference. The only setback is that I noticed the 6 pulled to the left a little bit. Probably needs an alignment job. I this week I installed some new tires, not the best the are Fuzion HRi 215/50 R17s. Hope to have pics up this weekend.
 

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Just had my springs installed and already with just a few mins of the springs installed I can see a HUGE cap difference. The only setback is that I noticed the 6 pulled to the left a little bit. Probably needs an alignment job. I this week I installed some new tires, not the best the are Fuzion HRi 215/50 R17s. Hope to have pics up this weekend.
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stop teasing us you should have just waited till you had pics
 

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Here are some before pics:


Here are the after pics:




Sorry for such a delay. I will get some more in a few more weeks.
 

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Looks like the front drop isn't as pronouced as the rear drop. But still looks good nonetheless.
 

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Looks like the front drop isn't as pronouced as the rear drop. But still looks good nonetheless.
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thats what i was thinking, maybe it will settle over time
 

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Wish my drop still looked like that, I really have worn shocks.
 

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Looks like the front drop isn't as pronouced as the rear drop. But still looks good nonetheless.
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The springs are for a 6i sedan, the hatch puts and extra 150 lbs over the rear wheels, so more rear drop. Could check on adding a spacer above top rubber seat for rear springs.
 
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