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      08-24-2010, 01:28 AM   #102
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Originally Posted by MaverickNemesis View Post
is it me or does it seem that some 15/12 setups are equally as aggressive as 18/15 on some cars? Ive seen some pics on stock springs with 15/12 that are borderline touching the fenders. Is there any reason why its different on cars? Is there a realignment needed?
Maverick, the differentiation is if the cars have a drop or not. As cars get lower the wheels go in and start tucking in more. Thats why a e92 without a drop + 15/12 spacers have the same/similar stance as a lowered + 18/15.

Realignment is not needed if only spacers are being applied.
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