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Has anyone try them? They're pretty cheap. I took the risk and ordered them two weeks ago. Just installed them earlier today. They look pretty good. I'll post up pictures later today. It's too dark right now.


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It looks OK...the front still have a gap. I'm going to get new tires later this month, 215/45R17.
What do you guys think? Only cost $240 for parts to lower it. Took me three hours to drop it with my brother.





 

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Can't tell the fender gap too well by the driveway angle or just the way the pic was taken.

Also the car is dark!

BUT for such a crap of a spring it looks pretty good!

The only problem with Zenn is that they're cheap tein knock-offs and will probably start sagging on you pretty badly.

For now, good job! :thumbsup:



EDIT: Also remember that with your stock struts the chances of sagging and worsened performance are increased greatly!
 

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Hopefully when I get bigger tires, it'll fill the gap a little more. I have aftermarket OE struts on right now. I'll take more pictures after a month or so to see how it look.
 

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Hopefully when I get bigger tires, it'll fill the gap a little more. I have aftermarket OE struts on right now. I'll take more pictures after a month or so to see how it look.
man i was about to get these a month ago too. LOL

let us know how they work out!
 

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So it's been a little over a month since I installed the Zenn Springs. This is how the car is as of today. My tires are 215/45R17. I only wish the fronts are a little lower.


 
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