She’s in the shop now. Hoping to have her back today!Springs are in! Taking my 2019 QV in on Thursday to get the new springs on. Pretty pumped about this as the ride height was bugging me. They are putting me in a loaner since they said it would be a all day job.
No cels at all, it's been treating me wellthats awesome getting mine installed this week. Also any cels from it or anything
I have the street version. It sounds just amazing to me with flaps opened.How do you like the supersprint? Did you get the street or the race version?
Eibach springs (approx 25mm all round) on my 2019 Giulia 2.0 Veloce. 15mm spacers at the rear, 10mm at the frontShare pictures of your lowered Alfa Romeo Giulia.
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I really think that the Eibach (Pro Kit?) are the proper choice. Not too low, and I would assume have a slightly higher spring rate than OEM.
I’m certainly happy with them. The handling is further improved as the roll is eliminated, it isn’t too low and though I feel I need to be careful, I haven’t had any issues of scraping or banging the front. You do feel more of the lumps in the road, no so much the jarring effect but being thrown around in the seat as you’d expect from the higher spring rate. They do look just right, and with the spacers it looks more sporty but keeps the classy feel the Giulia exudes in stock form.I really think that the Eibach (Pro Kit?) are the proper choice. Not too low, and I would assume have a slightly higher spring rate than OEM.