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Looking for first hand accounts/recommendations for these i am very close to purchasing a set TOMORROW! Lol.
Some stuff I’ve already done:
Strut Bars
Poly bushings in the sway bars/controll arms F and R
Rear sway bar links
Subframe braces
Rear camber bushings
18x9 and 18x10 with nt555’s
My expectations are to help this thing become a canyon/gt cruiser . Maybe actual track time once i do the brakes.

Let me know your expieriences with them and if they are really a step above all the other competition like H&R or Billstein

Thanks!
 

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Well, bought them for a steel ill update this thread with pics and a review since i couldnt find any , anywhere lol
 

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I just installed the KW V2 in my 2018 T/A 392...still tweaking the ride height. The fronts are very straight forward and relatively easy install. The rears are a bit of a pain with the need to dismantle the sway bar, upper camber and caster control arms. The overall ride is good but I haven't tuned them yet...I'd say the factory preset is very similar to the factory ride.
 

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The KW V2 variant is known to be a quality set. A Guy
 
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