We cut the rear of our Eibach kit to get the a$$ out of the air. We took three quarters of one coil out and it sits perfect. I will post pics soon. The ride is awesome too, even with people in the back, no problems.Scarbrs said:OK so i bought these clamps from JCW to lower the rear Eibachs they dont fit. But i want to get rid of the rack look. The only think i can think of is to cut the springs. I dont want to do that. What ideas does anyone have.
He's right, when you heat or cut the springs, they'll become softer and you'll have a bouncy ride...You guys will regret cutting those springs when one pops out, plus the ride will be bouncy. Just ask me how I know this.
OK so i bought these clamps from JCW to lower the rear Eibachs they dont fit. But i want to get rid of the rack look. The only think i can think of is to cut the springs. I dont want to do that. What ideas does anyone have.
I took VVV90's advice 2 years ago and went with KW V2. Sold the Eibachs this spring to risky who i think then sold them again.
Spend the money get the KW or some form of a whole suspension rather then just springs you'll safe money in the long run.
WOW SWEET!!Well I Got The Same Springs And I Cut 1 Coil Front And 1.5 Rear... And You Can See How Ur Car Will Look. The Ride Doesnt Bounce Either....
Like the good Doc says, don't cut springs on these cars.DO NOT cut the springs! This will change the rear spring rate, make it stiffer and make the rear of car want to come around to see what the front is doing in emergency situations such as wet pavement, ice, etc. VERY BAD IDEA!
Bite the bullet and get some Eibach or other springs engineered to lower your car, keep the front to rear spring rates balanced and not destroy the good handling the factory engineers designed for your car.