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Old 05-05-2010, 07:14 PM   #31
Bullet Ride
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Well it's been a long 7 days and 2 evenings.... call it 8 days if you'd like, but it's done (with the exception of the bleed screw that needs to be fixed still). Since there's almost no breaks I only drove it up the road about 1km and back, at full low, with out adjusting anything. Needless to say the ride is really firm lol, not surprising since I put race springs in it . Full low is too low for me because of both safety and practicality... I don't want my car to be rubbing off on everything. I'm going to be raising it up an inch or so and starting with the shocks at full soft and going from there.

Without further delay... pictures

Note that the springs also need to settle too, but that will only account for a few mm because of how stiff they are

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