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Looking for pros and cons of the eibach pro kit vs sportline springs...know that the pro-kit says an approx .8 front and .8 rear drop as compared to the 1.2 R & 1.2 F of the sportline.

Looks are important as that wheel gap is very noticable.
But I dont want to compromise to much as far as bottoming out, and alignment issues.

I had the pro kit on my (sold) infiniti FX35, and I have no complaints...however, the drop was much more significant than what is promoted for the pro-kit on the challenger.

...or should I even bother (She looks so sweet regardless)?
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i run pro kits/yellow konis on my miata and had the same on a tuned A4.
the sportslines are too extreme for the miatas, maybe okay for the challenger. and you have to lower it, it looks ridiculous from the factory.
 
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