MSP spring perch is ~.75" lower than an NA car, so your car will be that much lower in the rear with OEM MSP springs on any strut that isn't an OEM Tokico Blue.Yeah the Tokico blues are gone, if I switch to different shocks will it change the ride height of the car? I've tried to research this and it seems like all non-oem shocks will sit the same as each other.
What's preventing you from driving it?Stuffed it in the garage. Cant drive it. Cant sell it (tried, and only got an offer to trade for a Kia with a blown engine). So in the garage it goes for the next 20 years. I always wanted to know how cars become barn finds. Now I know.
Glad you got your hands in this again. Do you have a msp support plate? I have one if you needMan I haven't been on here in ages. Ended up buying another MSP yesterday lol. Its a titanium, which makes it my third. Has an FS-ZE swapped into it, and I am pretty sure the turbo is shot. It needs a LOT of work. Interior is pretty bad, although the seats are clean aside from some sun fading. The motor is a mess and the mounts are all shot. Cylinder 2 has low compression, PO says the intake valve is stuck. Swapped the crank pulley from the JDM pulley to the US pulley, replaced the engine 10 amp fuse and got it to fire up, but it smokes like mad because of the turbo puking oil.
I have another turbo and wastegate to install, but the motor needs to be pulled to install the correct MBSP.
Got the car for $800 but it doesn't have a title, need to see what the build number is. The kicker is the car only has 79k miles, which is the main reason why I wanted it.
#1345 is still sitting in the garage, been down for over a year now. The crank is as the machine shop being turned, the rods were sent to Pauter to get a replacement and then I can work on getting it put back together once I have all my parts back.