Eibach lowering springs 2010 Camaro V6 3.6L

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 12, 2011 11:08 pm
I have the Eibach lowering springs and it dropped the Camaro about 1.25" in all 4 corners. I do say I love the look with the drop.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 13, 2011 12:02 am
I would have loved to put these on the car but with all the bumpy roads in SA it would wreck the car.
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That's next on my list!! Just got to find the set I want to run! As I finally sold my shorty headers, I have the funds to get the springs!!
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 13, 2011 12:49 pm
Looks great, I went with Pfadt springs and it looks the exact same. Performance is great, I can definitely tell a difference. I got sways first then springs and boy I didn't think they'd make such a difference after I already had sways but they sure did.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 13, 2011 2:52 pm
Nice! I think I'm getting ready to pull the trigger on the Eibach kit. I won a $100 gift card on the auto agenda FB contest, so I can get them for $150 from there site, thinking that's going to be my route to go.
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BaylorCamaro wrote:Looks great, I went with Pfadt springs and it looks the exact same. Performance is great, I can definitely tell a difference. I got sways first then springs and boy I didn't think they'd make such a difference after I already had sways but they sure did.



I went with the lowering kit first and installed the sway bars 24 hours before I put my Camaro into cold storage for the winter. I drove it for 30 minutes after the install. It certainly has made a difference. Can't wait for spring to get going again. My time is like I just ordered it last year. Now playing the waiting game to drive it again.
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rtcat600man wrote:
BaylorCamaro wrote:Looks great, I went with Pfadt springs and it looks the exact same. Performance is great, I can definitely tell a difference. I got sways first then springs and boy I didn't think they'd make such a difference after I already had sways but they sure did.



I went with the lowering kit first and installed the sway bars 24 hours before I put my Camaro into cold storage for the winter. I drove it for 30 minutes after the install. It certainly has made a difference. Can't wait for spring to get going again. My time is like I just ordered it last year. Now playing the waiting game to drive it again.

:werd: I can't believe how much of a difference sways and springs do. It's awesome, anyone considering going that route, I highly recommend it!
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 14, 2011 11:01 am
The sways are great, easy to install if you have a lift. though the rears you dont need a lift for.
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devildoc wrote:The sways are great, easy to install if you have a lift. though the rears you dont need a lift for.



No lift for me. I put it up on stands. The V6 doesn't have as big of an issue up front for clearance as the V8 does. It did help to take the front passenger tire off thou.
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rtcat, did you install the springs yourself? How difficult was it if you did?
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