KW Lowering Set Up

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  1. VanishingPoint

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    I will be getting the KW springs shortly and I am wondering what the "hot set up is" to lower the car equally at all four corners, and if anyone has deviated slightly from this setup and to what results? It seems like people lower it 1 inch, to settle to 1.25 of an inch and are very happy with this set up.

    How many turns/clicks = what amount lowered?

    Has anyone really slammed it (1.5 inches + lower), and how has that affected their ride?

    I know some people who want to go lower in the back, but I don't want it slammed-I want it to still have a slight nose down rake to it.
     
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    Mods, should this be moved?
     
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    I was the first to do the KWs and post here on the forums. I did a write up and amount of turns etc to acheive 1".. the thread is,in the Appearance subforum
     
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    Thanks Stellas! It seems that some others may have varied it a bit?
     
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    Im sure everybody will set theirs up to their preference. If you copy my settings yours should sit like this... 20150523_175009.jpg
     
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    Looks great. Curious-what stopped you from going any lower?
     
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    Im not really a fan of cars that are slammed. I was just looking to get rid of some of the tire to fender gap.
     

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