That looks great and I'm sure is still functional in terms of not scraping (much). Just need to decide how much I want to spend lowering it.1" drop on an AWD:
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Per my signature, I went ahead with using the RS-R C/Os that interface with the DDS control ($$$), and then had the SPL Parts Suspension arms installed front and rear, which allowed a -1.25 to -1.50 camber all the way around. Car drives so rock-steady at highway speeds, and turn-in on higher speed corners is easier, because I don't have to fight the understeer behavior of the stock suspension.
The only part that scrapes occasionally coming out of my inclined (to the street) driveway is the rubber air deflectors in front of the front wheels. Otherwise, no scraping anywhere else.That looks great and I'm sure is still functional in terms of not scraping (much). Just need to decide how much I want to spend lowering it.