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Old 02-21-14, 02:56 PM   #1
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After putting h&r springs on, will the varrstoen es2 sit flush with 19x9.5 +12 up front and 19x10 +25 in the rear?
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Hard to say. I would doubt it because the H&R can't drop more than 2" maximum and that's not enough to get flush. Need about 3" drop minimum I'd think to get it looking proper. I'm maxed on BC coils in the front and that will give me the flush look with 19" Linea Corse.....once they are ordered and come in lol. If you don't want coils you can look into RCA joint things from FIGS though to get that extra inch in drop.
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with that wheel spec on just lowering springs, thats gonna have hella poke aka mexi-flush. that aggressive spec and not lowered enough wont look good at all
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with that wheel spec on just lowering springs, thats gonna have hella poke aka mexi-flush. that aggressive spec and not lowered enough wont look good at all
Agreed. Mexi Flush looks like trash!
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Alright thanks for the responses. Im am not going for that look at all. So i guess i need to return the springs and try to get some bc coilovers. If i kept the springs would 9.5 all around be the best way to make it kind of flush then. And what offset would be good. Thanks
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I got the same wheels on coils with +22 offset all around and just lowered to no wheel gap heres a pic so you can get an idea
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Alright thanks for the responses. Im am not going for that look at all. So i guess i need to return the springs and try to get some bc coilovers. If i kept the springs would 9.5 all around be the best way to make it kind of flush then. And what offset would be good. Thanks
if you want a nice flush look, a nice low stance goes with it. not necessarily slammed, but low. they go hand and hand.

search around the forum and all the answers are there. there are TONS of setups out there so itll be impossible not to find what you looking for
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Hard to say. I would doubt it because the H&R can't drop more than 2" maximum and that's not enough to get flush. Need about 3" drop minimum I'd think to get it looking proper. I'm maxed on BC coils in the front and that will give me the flush look with 19" Linea Corse.....once they are ordered and come in lol. If you don't want coils you can look into RCA joint things from FIGS though to get that extra inch in drop.
What exactly are these RCA joint things and where can you find them at?
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What exactly are these RCA joint things and where can you find them at?
http://lexi-imports.blogspot.com/201...-30mm-for.html
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these guys are looking to tuck tire, I think the h&r's make the car sit perfect, in the medium of going super low or still having alot of gap.
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