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#41: 06-13-2011, 05:27 PM
 
 blklgt05
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Originally Posted by DeltaSniper View Post
No rubbing at all... but im getting rear camber bushings to get zero negative camber out back... i have -2 degrees right now lol.

Ill tell you what happens after that.
yeah let me know cuz I might get the camber bushings before I get wheels.

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Originally Posted by 5thgen2.5i View Post
The swifts and the tein springs look pretty comparable the front looks loss on the teins but the back looks lower on the swifts imo good comparison pictures blklgt05
If you look closely, there's a 2 finger wheel gap in the front & rear for the Swift. Swift's drop is f1.3"/r1.15" and Swift does not sag due to material. On the Swift, the rear wheel gaps are just a tiny bit more than the front, but the overall drop of the car is perfectly even.




The Teins do drops a lot more than Swift though if that's what you're going for. Tein s-tech drops f1.8"/r1.6" +regular break-in sag.