That's a loaded question. The rear is 11.5x20 with a 325/30-20 Michelin Sport Cup 2. Offset in the rear is 63 mm. The fronts are 10x20 wheels with 285/35-20 Sport Cup 2s. Front offset is 44 mm. I have another thread detailing the wheel project. The wheels are True Forged Competitions.How about yours as well?
That is an awesome setup!That's a loaded question. The rear is 11.5x20 with a 325/30-20 Michelin Sport Cup 2. Offset in the rear is 63 mm. The fronts are 10x20 wheels with 285/35-20 Sport Cup 2s. Front offset is 44 mm. I have another thread detailing the wheel project. The wheels are True Forged Competitions.
Finding that adjuster loose had to make you feel good. No mystery anymore, and you were able to fix it.So I had one coil over with a loose adjuster lock that allowed the adjuster to unscrew about a half turn and that was causing the driver side to sit lower than the passenger side and raise the passenger side rear slightly as a result. I adjusted the spring to level the front and locked the adjuster in place so the adjuster stays put. I also set the toe-in with Tenhulzen alignment plates. For $99, I was pretty impressed with the results. After a little more than a week of looking at it, I'm getting used to the stance, but I have an idea on how to get more clearance for my resonators, so it's back on the ramps to see if I can improve my pipe clearance.
Wish I was closer so I could help you. That pipe work would be easier with two sets of hands. Good luck!Yeah, I was thinking weak spring. The dealer called back last week. They said to bring it in so they can order parts. I don't understand why I have to do that, but I'll play their little game.
If I invert my mid pipe, it will raise the resonators. I'll have to add new bungs for the rear O2s, but this looks easier to accomplish than cutting and welding the pipes. Adding a 1/2" lowering engine mount will also raise the end of the header and the exit for the mid-pipe.
Wow that was a close call! Something like that would say good bye to my front carbon fiber!So I have 300 miles on this setup and I'm used to the stance, but my ground clearance is pretty low for our crap roads. The other day I spotted a big chunk of concrete sitting in the middle of the road and I coundn't change lanes and I couldn't stop, so I centered it as best I could and closed my eyes. Unbelievably, no impact. I think I could use a little more suspension travel too. I don't bottom out the suspension a lot, but enough to think a slight increase in ride height can't hurt. Being as low as it is sure makes getting it up on the ramps a PITA too. I have to use jack stands with the ramps to get underneath it. I'm going to take this real slow, perhaps a 1/4" and give it a few hundred miles and see if it helps. I think I can still get some more clearance out of the exhaust system while I'm at it.