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FYI the top and bottom pictures are flipped to show the same look but here's my car with the stock springs bottom, 1.5" drop all the way around middle and 1.5"/2.25" rear top.

I'm going to have one more set of springs made with 2" front/2.75" rear drop. I'm selling the middle springs with less than 1K miles on them for $600 shipped which is 1.5" drop all the way around. They are stock springs rate and ride just like stock with no issues on my Premium E AWD car.

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Nice what size tires and rims are you using
 

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You guys lowering the car should see the thread about the guy being told he has to replace the battery due to scraping something under it... $24,000 in damage. And that's without lowering it... I love the look, but with the battery cooling tray hanging exposed it might seem less wise on this car.
 
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You guys lowering the car should see the thread about the guy being told he has to replace the battery due to scraping something under it... $24,000 in damage. And that's without lowering it... I love the look, but with the battery cooling tray hanging exposed it might seem less wise on this car.
My insurance would cover non warranty items like that due to damage.
 
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