I updated my post to add:I have the US spec 2020 Forte GT Manual (Left hand Drive).
I pulled the trigger on the Eibachs made for the Elantra Sport (not the GT).
They list the Elantra as being lowered 1.4 in front and 1.1 in the rear.
Glad you're finally happy. Was starting to get worried there wouldn't be a solution to your issue.
As far as understand it, the Elantra GT N-Line is the same as the i30 N-Line both are the Hatchback/Wagon.
Looks good. The back seems to have settled down a bit more while the fronts don't seem to have changed?
It's hard to tell with the shadows from the sun. Measurement wise though both front and rear dropped .25 inch in settling.Looks good. The back seems to have settled down a bit more while the fronts don't seem to have changed?
Btw, did your springs come with bumpstops? According to the picture you posted of the springs in the box, it came with x2 yellow bumpstops?
Thanks for that!
I noticed you have an after market exhaust, you got any sound clips of it?
So what are the part numbers for your H&R springs? Have you fitted them, pics?I'm really curious to how low my car will be. Whiteline advertised that their springs lower an I30 by 30mm. You friend says it lowered his Forte by 40mm. My springs are H & R and lower an I30 by 35mm advertised. Your friends car looks really low for a set of springs. I'm excited!
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