2016 gen2 RS with Eibach springs. Have about 250 miles so may settle a more. Overall super happy with ride quality and height.
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Looks good.2016 gen2 RS with Eibach springs. Have about 250 miles so may settle a more. Overall super happy with ride quality and height.
pretty much the same. a little stiffer.Looks good.
How is the ride? Are you finding you need to go slower on bumpy streets? Mine took almost a year and a half to completely settle.
I been driving cars way lower for years, this is nothing. They should have came this height from the factory.looks good man be prepared for your front under lip things to start scraping on everything lol
about 1 up front and 1.5 in the rear. just springs on the RS struts and shocks.Nice! So, what's the total drop #? Was it just springs or some additional suspension parts too?
As cruzen18 stated, the hatchback version is still in pre-production testing. I was told to expect production springs by the end of summer. So I'd say a month or two.Anyone know if these will work on the hatch?
Lol I would if I could my friend. I've hit up a lot of manufacturers seeing what all was out there being produced, or in pre-production testing, for the 2nd gen cruze. It's not really a lot right now. I did, however, Google about exhaust, suspension, and performance related manufacturers near me; Then emailed them, if they didn't have facebook.
Thanks. Not surprising since they're really close in weight so I can't see them engineering a different part for our cars. Not for the pro kit anyway which is very much entry level.I got word yesterday that the Hatch and sedan will have the same springs. The website will be updated