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Old 03-12-2018, 07:00 PM
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Tanabe nf210 springs & H&R spacers.

Got just my shipment for both today. Should be installed by the weekend 🤘 update soon.

Still debating on leaving the rear springs stock .. As I really just wanted to get rid of that horrible front gap. 15 rear 20 front
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Old 03-12-2018, 09:38 PM
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Could always just install the fronts and see how you like it, the Tanabes tend to drop a bit much in back vs. the front so starting w/ that would be a good option.
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Old 03-12-2018, 11:21 PM
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Could always just install the fronts and see how you like it, the Tanabes tend to drop a bit much in back vs. the front so starting w/ that would be a good option.
Do you need a camber kit if you do install the rear?? I've heard you do and you don't.?
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Tanabe is a mild drop but to get your toe and your camber in spec you will almost surely need the rear kit. If you don't get the kit the alignment tech can get toe in spec (which is more critical for tread wear) but will have to run excess camber to get the toe proper. A little extra camber shouldn't be too bad regarding wear but YMMV.
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Just dropped my car off to get front only springs installed. I'll post a pic in this thread when I get it back to help out your decision. Will also see how good they are able to get the alignment without a camber kit.
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Old 03-14-2018, 10:59 AM
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Can't wait to see it!

Why did you not install the rear?
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Can't wait to see it!

Why did you not install the rear?
Here it is fresh from the shop. Not the best pics, need to get it cleaned up and on a perfectly level surface but it came out great. I did front only because I measured the the ground to fender height stock and it was exactly an inch higher in the front. Looks even now with just the front dropped.
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Beautiful! I might just do the fronts also.. What size wheels are you running??

This really should be the stock look ��
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Also hows the drive after the install?
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Beautiful! I might just do the fronts also.. What size wheels are you running??



This really should be the stock look ��
These are my winter wheels. 18Ē with 225 on all 4 corners. Deciding between spacers or some weds wheels with a nice offset to fill out the wheel wells for the summer set.

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Also hows the drive after the install?
Drives the same as stock from the 3 miles Iíve driven. Need some more seat time but Iím very happy so far
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Give it another 5 days then get the alignment checked again, they should settle by then.
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Old 03-17-2018, 11:04 PM
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Wanted to leave the rear springs stock.. But I talked myself into just doing it all the way around.. Though I do love the stock rear and tanabe front look. Hoping it settles a little more in the front after a few days. Overall I'm happy with the way it came out. ��
20mm spacers in the front..
15mm rears.
I'll take better pictures when I get a chance too.
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Looks good! What made you choose 15mm rear and 20mm front? If i go the spacer route I was thinking of going 20mm all around.
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Also, here's a pic of mine after settling for a few days. Really love how it came out and the ride is the same as stock.
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