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Anyone have spacers with KSport springs? I know many people have been getting the Garageline spring and spacer combo off TXS which drop 1.2" all around, but the KSport springs drop 2" all around. Would getting 20/25mm combo cause any fender rubbing issues? Or will I have to go with a 15/20mm combo?
I don't have ksport springs but I have sportlines and I was running 20/27 with a mild rub on big dips. If I was to file down the tab that holds the bumper I wouldn't of had that issue.
 

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Quick question, I'm a noob to spacers. I'm planning to install coils sometime this summer, but to hold me over I want to get a nice flush look on my gen. Right now I have the stock 19" rims on with the stock track suspension. Will 20mm/25mm set me flush? What brand do you guys recommend?
 

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Yes. Motorsport Tech, or H&R...Ichiba if necessary.
 

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Quick question, I'm a noob to spacers. I'm planning to install coils sometime this summer, but to hold me over I want to get a nice flush look on my gen. Right now I have the stock 19" rims on with the stock track suspension. Will 20mm/25mm set me flush? What brand do you guys recommend?
20/25 is an overall good flush, exactly what I have.
I'm happy with my Eibach spacers.

-HSD coilsovers
-20/25 Eibach spacers
-OEM 19's
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Fluuuuush!



 

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20/25 is an overall good flush, exactly what I have.
I'm happy with my Eibach spacers.

-HSD coilsovers
-20/25 Eibach spacers
-OEM 19's
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Fluuuuush!



Your setup is absolutely sick!! Now I have a place to start. I'm stuck between the Motorsport Techs and the Eibachs. You said you're happy with the eibachs, no vibrating right? Bolt them on and go I'm assuming?

From what I've read, 20mm F/ 25mm R will get me flush with OEM rims and suspension. When I lower this summer, will I no longer be flush? Mainly, is it worth it to to wait until I've decided on exactly what coils I will be installing to purchase my spacers, or will my 20/25 setup keep its appeal even with a drop? Thanks for all the help
 

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Thanks man.
I heard only good things about Motorsport Techs and Eibachs also.
I've had a couple of vibration issues, but not exactly sure if I can pin point it to the spacers though, still pretty happy with them.

20/25 was flush for me without my coils and the difference with coils I feel it's still good. The coils will give you natural camber, I feel my set-up is pretty flush but depends what your definition of flush is. I know if I went more low my wheels would tuck but be really really close to flush.

There's a huge difference with 20/25 with coils and no coils, I would do both at the same time for a major difference. Having spacers without a drop makes you look like a monster truck.
 

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Try garage line spacers. TurboXS sells them. The price is reasonable, customer service is amazing and shipping is almost instant.
 

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Thanks man.
I heard only good things about Motorsport Techs and Eibachs also.
I've had a couple of vibration issues, but not exactly sure if I can pin point it to the spacers though, still pretty happy with them.

20/25 was flush for me without my coils and the difference with coils I feel it's still good. The coils will give you natural camber, I feel my set-up is pretty flush but depends what your definition of flush is. I know if I went more low my wheels would tuck but be really really close to flush.

There's a huge difference with 20/25 with coils and no coils, I would do both at the same time for a major difference. Having spacers without a drop makes you look like a monster truck.
Thanks so much Shimmy. Your setup is basically the exact thing I'm going for at this point in my reading and research on coils. I have no intentions of making my coupe look like a monster truck and now that you said it, I realize exactly what you mean. Drop first, spacers second, --> flussssh last :D Thanks for all the info, it's much appreciated!! I'll be on and off this thread until the summer to absorb as much info as possible.


Try garage line spacers. TurboXS sells them. The price is reasonable, customer service is amazing and shipping is almost instant.

I'll look them up. from what I see Motorsport Techs will run around $300 shipped. Any money I can save without sacrificing quality can be put towards a better quality suspension. Thanks for the heads up!
 

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I am running stock 18s with 225/45/18 255/45/18 droped on eibach sportlines

looking to go with 25mm front 30mm rear spacers anyone running this set up? could i get a picture of it if anyone has it?
 

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I am running stock 18s with 225/45/18 255/45/18 droped on eibach sportlines

looking to go with 25mm front 30mm rear spacers anyone running this set up? could i get a picture of it if anyone has it?
I've seen this setup with pro-kits and stock 19's. There is definitly a little poke in the rear but it didn't look to bad. I was running 20/27 and loved it.
 

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I've seen this setup with pro-kits and stock 19's. There is definitly a little poke in the rear but it didn't look to bad. I was running 20/27 and loved it.
no rubbing issue? or alignment issue?
 

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no rubbing issue? or alignment issue?
We put the spacers on at the same time I had my sportlines put on. At that time I was running 15/20 and I got an alignment done because of the recently installed springs. But when I switched over to 20/27 I didn't have any alignment issues. I did rub but only on really bad bumps that I could have avoided. You could always file down the rear bumper tab and never have to worry about it too.
 

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We put the spacers on at the same time I had my sportlines put on. At that time I was running 15/20 and I got an alignment done because of the recently installed springs. But when I switched over to 20/27 I didn't have any alignment issues. I did rub but only on really bad bumps that I could have avoided. You could always file down the rear bumper tab and never have to worry about it too.
Thx u happen to have pic of 20/27 on sportline?
 

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If you look through this thread SomeGuyDave had 22/27 spacers on OEM 18's while on HSD coils, looked really good.
 

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Here you guys go.

Offset (H&R Spacers)
Front: 25mm
Rear: 25mm

Camber (Factory Spec)
Front: -0.8 (static, no camber bolts)
Rear: -1.3 (most positive setting)

Drop (Ark GT-S Springs)
Front: 1.5in (guesstimate)
Rear: 1.5in (guesstimate)

If I were to set the fronts to -1.3 camber than this is the true flush fitment not 20/25mm. This setup with the front at 1.3 would be good for up to a 2 inch drop with no rubbing, so all springs for the GC are game. The 20/25mm is good for going beyond a 2 inch drop, camber may need to be adjusted according to your set up.
 

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Motorsport Tech Spacers

Front: 20mm
Rear: 25mm



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Quick question for you spacer guru's....

Do you see anything wrong with using a 2mm "non" hubcentric spacer...just your universal multi-bolt pattern design? I have searched high and low for a company that makes a 2mm hubcentri spacer and can't find one.

I could go with a 3mm hub/wheel centric from Motorsport Tech, but trying to minimze the thickness as I don't want to rub on the fender and don't want to run anymore camber so 2mm will be perfect for me to completely clear my coilovers in the front. As it stands, I currently rub slightly when I have the wheel fully turned.

Any advice or suggestions would be appreciated.
 

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Just pick up some hub centric rings to fit the spacer and the car.
 
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