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is there anyone can share the current ride height of their baby accents???

i measure the height in this way; from ground until the tip of the body(fender) across the center of the wheel(front and back)... it reads mine as 25" front and 25.5" back.

what's yours???

i just like to compare if mine has effectively got lowered after putting the Eibach springs+new OEM shocks...

i am using 205/50R16 tires...
 

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I've heard that the Eibach springs are a pretty mild drop. There's also some potential for "settling" over time.

With Megan springs, measuring the way you describe, my car is sitting at 23.5" front and 23.75" back.
 

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with the way you measured.

D2 coilovers

22" front 21.75" rear

with the 14" steelies
175/65/14 tires.

i can still make it lower than that if but im already running into trouble with speed bumps
 

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You need to measure from the center of the wheel to the top of the wheel arch.

If you measure from the ground, differences in tire type and inflation pressure will affect the results.
great... thank you guys from your input, at least i can compare now...
i will measure that tonight and let's see the difference but it seems everyone was super LOW than this Eibach Pro-Kit...
Megans was too expensive to deliver to KSA, i bought my Eibach from Germany.
 

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the lowest
 

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with the way you measured.

D2 coilovers

22" front 21.75" rear

with the 14" steelies
175/65/14 tires.

i can still make it lower than that if but im already running into trouble with speed bumps
once my car gets out of the bodyshop, we'll compare.
 

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still not maxed out drop :p should be the same as your since we have the same coilovers.
modded mine :) and it wouldnt really be fair, im on 17s.
 

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You need to measure from the center of the wheel to the top of the wheel arch.

If you measure from the ground, differences in tire type and inflation pressure will affect the results.
in this was it was 13.5"
 
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