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Old 04-13-2014, 01:55 PM   #15
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ride comfort? with a 1.25 drop...the car prob rides better than factory...
It does. That suspension kit (stage 3) made a drastic improvement on how the car handles corners and straight line acceleration. Amazing how a 1.25 drop is very noticeable and makes the car look. Sad that PFADT closed their doors because I cannot recommend their products enough.

Performance shop that did the install had never seen this kit before and the tuner was impressed with the quality, particularly the solid sub frames.

Only issue I have is some rubbing issues when hitting a sharp dip in the roadway (crappy Alaska roads). But that is my fault for getting rear wheels without a proper offset.
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Old 04-18-2014, 12:38 PM   #16
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What model # are the springs?
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It does. That suspension kit (stage 3) made a drastic improvement on how the car handles corners and straight line acceleration. Amazing how a 1.25 drop is very noticeable and makes the car look. Sad that PFADT closed their doors because I cannot recommend their products enough.

Performance shop that did the install had never seen this kit before and the tuner was impressed with the quality, particularly the solid sub frames.

Only issue I have is some rubbing issues when hitting a sharp dip in the roadway (crappy Alaska roads). But that is my fault for getting rear wheels without a proper offset.
They are available once again!

What if I told you that all Pfadt parts were not gone for good?
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