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Discussion in 'XII Performance' started by Shanes56, Mar 12, 2008.

  1. Raversman

    Raversman Banned

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    you should post more pics today.
     
  2. NHXRUNNER

    NHXRUNNER "New Hampster"
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    My understanding is that the from takes a few weeks to settle in. Give it some time.....1.75 should look perfect.:top::top:
     
  3. revobreaker

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    Front

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    the whole kit has been on for over a month, I think the front shoulda settled more. Shanes first pic shows less then 3 inch gap for the front

    another after pic for ya raversman
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  4. BSP06XRU

    BSP06XRU Old Member

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    Here's a recent measurement from my X. The front coils were installed in March 2008:

    Before drop:
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    Right after drop:
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    10 months later:
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  5. Raversman

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    Revobreaker, i am sure it should settle another 1/2" or so. doode it settled from 3" to a solid 2.5".
     
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  6. Murderface

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    ya i've had my front coils on since june and they look awesome:top: i finally took off the 1.75" blocks i had on the rear and replaced them with the mono leafs. the ride on the highway is LESS bumpy then the blocks were:biggrin: they're all a GREAT PRODUCT and EVERY XR should have them( unless ur not worried about performence)
    its gettin too dark out here now, but i did take some shots of my wheel gap but without the tape.
     

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    My god man! Look at those scratches in the paint / clear!!! Do you drive your truck or something?
     
  8. Murderface

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    so heres my SS drop front and composite rear.

    1st pic is the front gap ruffly 2 1/4 inch gap

    2nd is rear composite drop ruffly 2 1/2 inch gap
     

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    thats awesome, and way more than mine, how long hove you had the drop on?
     
  10. Murderface

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    the fronts have been on since july and the rear leafs i just put on last weekend
     
  11. thunder24685

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    just installed ss drop

    just put on last night
     

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  12. speckdzl4shzl

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    whoa buddy you gotta paint your drums black!
     
  13. X-Runningdis

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    yours looks lower . is that the same kit?:hmmmm2:
     
  14. jaxchrisfla

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    c2c front with belltech rear^^^^
     
  15. brokenvendetta

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    Hey Shane, on prices on the site, if I buy the drop blocks and coils separate, it's cheaper than buying them as a kit, am I missing something?

    If all goes well with my hit and run repayment.... I'm not gonna fix everything and buy the drop.
     
  16. NHXRUNNER

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    I think the kit comes with shorty bump stops :top:
     
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    Sittin Sic sway bars and stock height coils working in perfect harmony with the DJM kit :driver:

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    Also Sittin Sic-er than ever :top:

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  18. 808XR10

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    i cant wait for mines to come in:smile:

    damn BSP + XXR 962= SEXY!!!!!!!!!! damn what offset are those bro lmk i want a set:top:
     
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