I had my sportlines installed around november of 2004 and I gave them a lot of time for the springs to settle. Now I noticed that the rear was a little higher than the front. So I measured the fender gaps using the "how many fingers can I fit between the fender and the tire?" measurements. For the front it is about a finger-and-a-half gap and in the rear its a good 2-finger gap. To me the rear looks higher like my car's ass is in the air. I was wondering if there was any way of lowering the rear a little further to even out the ride height. Here are pics:
i have sportlines and i have a 1 finger in back.. and like a 1.5 finger in the front.. i think you installed ur springs wrong lol.. its supposed to be bigger gap in the front.. because it only drops the front 1.8 and the rear 2.4
Everything feels okay while driving but when I take the turns quickly, the rear tends to slip which caught me off guard. Everytime I take turns quickly the rear skids and you can hear my tires screeching. Think I'm gonna get it looked at soon.
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