Looks sweet!!! Did you install new camber plates? I used J&M's on mine with Eibach Sportline springs and and Tokico gas charged shocks front and rear...handles pretty damn good! Also installed new swaybar PU sway bar bushings and drakes adjustable Sway bar end links, GT500 LCA's which come with heavier duty/higher durometer/ larger big end rubber bushings and heavy duty ball joints. Had some inner/outer tie rod play and changed both sides; with inner/outer GT500 tie rods.
Handling is much better, all front end noise is practically gone! Still has some suspension noise, in middle/to back of car. Checked rear diff upper control arm bushings, which are totally shot allowing for metal to metal contact. Ordered a new adjustable UCA and the upper diif bushing and replacing everything with polyurethane bushings and then use the adjustable rear UCA to dial in my driveline angle to get rid of some high speed driveline vibration.....combo should address the noise, put rear suspension back into spec and getting pinion angle back into spec should get rid of my high speed vibration......Rear UCA looks like a pain to change Upper UCA, but should be able to handle it...can't wait to get it installed with out to much problem....Thanks to AZ_Ryan for some useful tips!!! Using the proper PU grease to install all new bushings as directed by installation direction's....
With these springs, don't install without J&M or other quality Camber (caster) plates. installing the Sportllines will seriously affect camber as well as toe adjustments. If you don't install these you can eat a set of front (expensive tires at that) in no time...spend the 200 bucks or so for the camber plates. I have performed alignment work in a past life, I pulled the J&M's all the way out towards the outside of the fender and got my camber into the -1 range or so. You will need to adjust toe as well...I set mine about 1/32nd, toe in, initially and monitored front tire wear religiously with a depth gauge have acceptable front tire wear. Also look for any issues with rear suspension problems due to the panhard bar adjustment, which will likely change. To check raise and support the rear axle with stands and then stand back and look at tire/wheel relationship. You should have equal protrusion of the rear tires relative to their position with in the fender wells. Adjustable PH bars will bring this adjustment into spec....(not recommended but I read a post hear where some one accidently adjusted their PH bar with a floor jack in the dark and accidently jacked it up against the panhard bar.....using the same technique I got this to work until I can afford an adjustable unit----not recommended-buy an adjustable unit and take it from there)..........nuff of my talk...good luck, you will not be disappointed!!!
There is no such thing as to much horespower..!!