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  1. Alfa Romeo Giulia General Discussion
    I have to imagine Alfa engineers did this on the qv for a reason but who knows
  2. Brakes And Suspension
    Hello, I’m trying to install my stock suspension back on my 2018 Q4 giulia.. got the front done but can’t seem to get the rear.. any tips on how to get that stupid huge rear spring in?? Thank you!
  3. Brakes And Suspension
    Hello! Looking for some input from those who have adjustable coilovers on their 2.0 or anybody who is more knowledgeable than me with coils. I was just going to get lowering springs but I got a good deal on KW V3s so I’m going coils. Just want some advice on the best settings for my specific...
  4. Alfa Romeo Giulia General Discussion
    For MY18, Alfa increased the ride height with taller springs, but did they change the stock camber? From what I read for MY17, stock camber was about 0.5 up front and 1.5 in the rear. If Alfa kept the same camber for MY18s with the taller springs, then would it make sense that lowering a MY18...
  5. What Did You Do To Your Alfa Romeo Giulia Today?
    Sharing pictures and my experience installing Eibach lowering springs on my 2019 Giulia Ti Sport AWD/Q4 Nero Edizione. I have the non-staggered wheels and without adaptive suspension. Like many others, mainly did it for the look. For me, I achieved exactly what I was looking for visually with a...
  6. Suspension
    Hey guys! I am selling a set of Eibach Lowering Springs designed for the Giulia. Eurocompulsion lists these for $289.99 right now due to the sale. I purchase these half a year ago and only had it on my car for around two months (due to myneighborhood installing alot of speed bumps). There are...
  7. Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio
    I have a 2019 QV with only about 3500 miles on it. Unfortunately, about six weeks ago, pulling out of a parking lot at night, I didn't pull out quite far enough when turning onto the road and the right tires went over and then off of a curved area of curb at about a 45° angle, for about 10 or 12...
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