In the game since '85
pictures?Well I just finished installing the Tein's and Eibach spacers. The fronts took longer by far, but I had never used a spring compressor before, so that took a majority of the time.
The backs I did not take the struts out, just removed the two bolts closest to the rotor, and undid the four bolts that hold the sway bar to the bottom of the car.
I would strongly urge anyone attempting this to use an impact wrench!
And since I did the entire install by myself, and being I am legit crippled, it took me about 7 hours total, including having to grab some tools I didn't have. Obviously having a second person would help immensely. All in all, its pretty self explanatory once you get the wheels off and take a look at everything. I'll post some pics up later.
Nice. How does it ride?quick update, I was driving around with the dust guard in the rears hitting the top of the struts for a whole month, and I finally got around to fixing that when I received and installed my Sportsline TE.6 wheels. I had to reshape the bump stops by cutting pieces off, to allow the dust guard to marry to the bump stops again. After doing that, the dust guard doesn't flow around no more, and the top of the strut is hitting the bump stops instead of the dust guard now. NO MORE NOISE OVER BUMPS!!! yay