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18x10.5 +45 te37 225/40/18
Tein Flex Z @1.5 inch drop and dampers 2 clicks below max
Cusco sway bars
Cusco front and rear strut bar
Moog endlinks
Rear camber arms
Extended ball joints
Various Hardened Rubber and Poly bushings
Im running about or just below a degree of camber on all sides

My tires do wear unevenly but its nothing at an alarming rate and you can barely tell on a straight.
i think its doing pretty good on the straights but i do have more toe than i would like right now.
I have shitty tires but when they were good i was able to feel the rear rotate really well and it would want to oversteer too. the steering is also sooo precise almost too much.
 

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Ktuned sells extended ball joints. If you want to save some money you can get extenders. Aerogenic Ball Joint Spacers are about half the price as getting new joints.

You can get rear camber arms from a few companies. Any of them are good enough.

With the coilover's built in camber adjustments you should be able get it where you want it. If not you will need camber bolts. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000CB2GOU?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details

If you go super low its also not a bad idea to get some extended tie rods. K tuned sells a set. This help reduce the bump steer from lowering it.

For now just don't go crazy with the drop and itll be fine and then slam it once you get all the proper parts.
do you have the extended tie rods? How much have they helped? My bump steer is moderate but id like to reduce it without loosening up the dampers
 

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sounds like I’m going to have to wait on dropping the car until I get some more parts.Coils going on tomorrow, with wheels and tires. Hopefully I’ll be able to at least lower the car for the time being enough to where I don’t have a horrendous wheel gap. No other upgrades to the suspension
I forgot to mention i put spoon rigid collars on the front, rear and steering rack. They are expensive but blox makes them too for cheaper. HIGHLY recommend, they make the entire car feel as one piece. Even the clutch has less chatter on engagement and I can feel the drivetrain more precisely.
 
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