- Genesis Model Type
- Genesis G70
I was worried as with any mod I do but they are perfect for me! Exactly the way I wanted.
2nd on After
2nd on After
Wow, looks really good, perfect to me. For some reason the rear looked a little too low in some previous pics, but these look great.
The day after install and I installed myself. Really not that hard, just took my time. I was nervous though never doing it before much less on my new 50k car.Were the springs fully settled in those pics? Did u do the install or a shop? If the latter, may I ask what they charged for the labor?
I'm planning some custom wheels and have been looking at those springs, but may need to go a little bit lower.
Yes spring compressor but fixed end.Hmmm, I installed springs on some of my previous cars, but this one seems finicky with the adaptive b.s. I'd hate to mess up a sensor or something.
Did you use spring compressors or just carefully remove the control arms, etc.?
Is there a procedure somewhere to help with the removal/install?
Can you provide a link showing which spring compressor you used? I'm pondering tackling this project, and my spring compressor is the more typical style. I just installed my ATQ subframe collars, and discovered that I may need an alignment check, so I figured I might just get some lowering springs and make the alignment actually worth it.Yes spring compressor but fixed end.
Hey offroading guys! (a little height joke... :cool: ) Here is a DIY installation guide of our GT-F lowering springs. Please note the color of the springs in the photos is a test color. GT-F springs are orange. Tools needed: 10mm socket 13mm socket 17mm socket 19mm socket 17mm crescent...stingerforum.org
There aren't a whole lot of people rolling around with these, and seeing as how I'd have to trim bump stops to install the Eibachs AND how I didn't want a more aggressive drop (scraping, anyone?), I went with pretty much one of the only other few options outside of coilovers. I immediately want...stingerforum.org