That might be a bit too much for the average Volvo driverBut your missing the excessive amounts of negative camber that are supposed to go with that kind of setup - lol.
All the stickers have been removed, so it definitely looks a lot cleaner now.Otherwise I like the blacked-out stealthy sporty look you're going for. Mine of course would have "too boring" rims
No need for the camber, I don't have that much poke. I wish I could have a little bit more camber in the rear though.But your missing the excessive amounts of negative camber that are supposed to go with that kind of setup - lol.
Yeah, it's pretty rough in Milwaukee. Constant scanning of the road right in front of me to avoid pot holes and dips. Sucks, but, you gotta pay to play. lolThat might be a bit too much for the average Volvo driver
I've seen a few of those cars in warmer parts of the country. I don't think you could drive that setup in frost & snow country. The roads are in such poor shape you couldn't even drive it in the summer.
Thanks! And I am picking up a set of Canistos this weekend with square tires on them that I'll be using if I ever feel the need to beat the car.Not a fan of the look/functionality at all, though I must say from the stand point of that style, it does look like a very clean job! :thumbup:
Fronts went down another half inch or so. I only have 1" lower to go in the front with the helper springs removed. They'll probably stay where they're at. Zero rubbing or anything in the front, so I'll stick with it.looks good, glad to see some more people fitting up the volvos! spin those fronts down now!