Car was afraid of heights

mglavina

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2006 Mazdaspeed 6
Well here it is, only took 2 months to install them lol. They are the BC coilovers, BR type. Kinda a new brand, but pretty good for the price. I got might from Grip Garage, $1,000.00. Ride is stiff but handles like a dream, I was pretty impressed. I was a bit dissapointed because the back couldn't go any lower but I guess it's fine. I did make the front lower. I can't make it over speed bumps are go into driveways straight... but on an angle I'm fine. The speed 6 has a lot of plastic underneath the bumpers thats I didn't know about, and I did scrape at first but it's good that the actual body of my car didn't get any scratches or anything. No fender rollage yet, the guy said I would be fine with my stock rims/tires. If I get some new shoes it'll be a different story... I'll be getting an alignment in about a week or so.

How about some pics?
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Before/after
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2006 Mazdaspeed 6
Looks good... but did you end up getting the SPC adjustable ball joints to put in and they just aren't in your sig? Going that low it will be a necessity for the alignment to be proper. If not I hope riding with a really aggressive camber won't bother you.
 

mglavina

R3VO 3VOM
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2006 Mazdaspeed 6
I just put the coils on a few days ago... I'm supposed to wait about a week or two and then get an alignment done. Btw, they started settling, and I'm starting to get some made camber in the back lol, looks like it might go just a bit lower :p. I'll probably take pics right before the alignment.
 

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