I have a UPR double adjustable upper control and mount sitting in the office waiting on a set of billet lower control arms and relocation brackets due to go on in a few weeks which should help the pinion angle a bit. Eibach claims 1.3" drop in the front and 1.7" in the rear, but I am measuring around 1.5" up front and almost 2" in the rear. The car is definitely much more planted and drives like it is on rails at speed far exceeding the capabilities of the stock rubber. Under 20 mph in parking lots and it's definitely stiffer and harsh at moments.
Aesthetically the car looks much better, the gaps in the wheel wells is gone and the car has a much better stance. This is how a SVTPP car should come from the factory.
Pic with stock SVTPP suspension
Pic with Eibach Sportlines
I love the look and stance from this angle
Edited by Tejas500, 30 September 2011 - 04:49 AM.