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      07-09-2013, 02:59 PM   #23
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      07-10-2013, 07:06 PM   #24
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Ah ok. Then +1 to you for not having to deal with that. I have to find out how to fool the sensor now.


What do you mean by fool the sensor??
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      07-10-2013, 07:52 PM   #25
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Any rubbing or notice any difference in turn-in w/ the spacers?
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      07-10-2013, 10:58 PM   #26
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I wrote that before I ready the thread about the rear leveling sensor.
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Any rubbing or notice any difference in turn-in w/ the spacers?
No rubbing, not sure about a difference in turn in, maybe a little more noticeable oversteer.
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did the eibach profit require a camber kit?
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      08-16-2013, 07:29 PM   #31
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Eibach Pro Kit has the best ride height. Camber plates are not necessary, unless you want them.
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did the eibach profit require a camber kit?
No, I took it to a pro alignment shop afterwards installing it and they told me the car was still within factory spec. Of course I had them tighten it up to racing spec
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Biggynuts01 and curt2000 thanks
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      09-04-2013, 09:58 PM   #34
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So how is the ride quality, and does the car handle A lot better ( spring performance, Not spacer)
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So how is the ride quality, and does the car handle A lot better ( spring performance, Not spacer)
ride quality is unchanged IMO, handling is a bit stiffer and a little less feeling of body roll.
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      09-05-2013, 08:53 AM   #36
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Eibach Pro Kit has the best ride height. Camber plates are not necessary, unless you want them.
I did search and found some conflicting info hence the question.

I see that most folks do Eibachs with E36 M3 bumpstops and then modifying the strut hats (shaving it). I have Ground Control Camber Plates with the stock system. Intend to use Pro Kit. In this case, with the E36 bumpstops and running GC plates be okay (especially since I cannot modify/reduce height)?

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did the front settled in or is it still higher than the back?!
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      10-15-2013, 01:41 AM   #39
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I did search and found some conflicting info hence the question.

I see that most folks do Eibachs with E36 M3 bumpstops and then modifying the strut hats (shaving it). I have Ground Control Camber Plates with the stock system. Intend to use Pro Kit. In this case, with the E36 bumpstops and running GC plates be okay (especially since I cannot modify/reduce height)?

Thanks in advance.

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GC uses Eibach springs for their kits so I'm assuming it will be OK, like I said before its a mild drop and even with the 15mm spacers up front I've had zero issues with rubbing. If you are runningt he shaved bumpstops and no spacers Im sure there will be no issues especially if you have camber adjustment capability.
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did the front settled in or is it still higher than the back?!
Yep thats just the way the kit sits, the spacers really help out with the appearance though. I was very pleased wiht the stance.
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