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Hello everyone!
I recently purchased a 2018 2.0t Giulia and the ride height is too high for my taste. I do want to keep the original Alfa Romeo engineered struts but want to replace the springs. Would you mind linking the springs you are running with pictures? Thank you!
 

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Hello everyone!
I recently purchased a 2018 2.0t Giulia and the ride height is too high for my taste. I do want to keep the original Alfa Romeo engineered struts but want to replace the springs. Would you mind linking the springs you are running with pictures? Thank you!
It depends on how you low you want to go...

Least amount of drop is KW ST springs, then the usual Eibach and H&R that drop way too much IMO. I'm sure if you search these out on the forum you'll find pics.
 

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It also makes a difference whether or not you have Q4 or RWD.
 
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Yes we need car specs and pictures of your current fender gap please.
I can not recommend enough the 2017 Q2 NO sunroof springs (I have a 2018 Q4 WITH sunroof), which are basically the lowest spring for the 2.0.
I got them from Alfissimo and the height now is PERFECT. I have not reported yet on the other thread as I have been super busy but I will.
 

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Yes we need car specs and pictures of your current fender gap please.
I can not recommend enough the 2017 Q2 NO sunroof springs (I have a 2018 Q4 WITH sunroof), which are basically the lowest spring for the 2.0.
I got them from Alfissimo and the height now is PERFECT. I have not reported yet on the other thread as I have been super busy but I will.
And I have a 2018 Q4 no-sunroof and I put 2017 Q4 w/sunroof on and the front dropped 1/16", and the rear went up 1/16" - 1/8". LOL I tell my self that it was a good workout.
 

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And I have a 2018 Q4 no-sunroof and I put 2017 Q4 w/sunroof on and the front dropped 1/16", and the rear went up 1/16" - 1/8". LOL I tell my self that it was a good workout.
Yup I also went through the 2017 q2 with sunroof first and it made little to no difference. The way to go is 2017 q2 NO sunroof.
 

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Yes we need car specs and pictures of your current fender gap please.
I can not recommend enough the 2017 Q2 NO sunroof springs (I have a 2018 Q4 WITH sunroof), which are basically the lowest spring for the 2.0.
I got them from Alfissimo and the height now is PERFECT. I have not reported yet on the other thread as I have been super busy but I will.
The vehicle is a Q2 RWD. Would you mind linking the said lowest springs? Thanks
 

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The vehicle is a Q2 RWD. Would you mind linking the said lowest springs? Thanks
So this is my Q2 with eibach springs on and 1" spring spacers on the front. Just so you have a reference of what kind on drop and height you'd be at.
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Yes we need car specs and pictures of your current fender gap please.
I can not recommend enough the 2017 Q2 NO sunroof springs (I have a 2018 Q4 WITH sunroof), which are basically the lowest spring for the 2.0.
I got them from Alfissimo and the height now is PERFECT. I have not reported yet on the other thread as I have been super busy but I will.
can you post a pic of your car?
 
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