Very nice! That's the stance.
I would be curious to see what the measurments are from the hub to the fender, instead of from the ground. I would like to compare to mine..Definitely the car looks like off-road mode when stock after seeing the drop.
The measurements were taken centerline of the hub/wheel from the ground to the lip of the fender.
I go around speed bumps, the car is already to low for them.Word of caution if you have front splashguards. I would think you could not have them. DarkSol has stock N/A suspension and you should see the bottom of my guards from speed bump scrapeing. If fact I folded one over on a very high speed bump the other day..put a crease in the guard. I would think they would have to be removed if car lowered or maybe they could be trimmed the lowered differance.
I measured around 14 -14.1 inches between middle centre cap and the fender. Front and rear. This was with over 1/2 tank of gas too.I would be curious to see what the measurments are from the hub to the fender, instead of from the ground. I would like to compare to mine..
FWIW, this post has an error and I can't edit it because it's now locked. It should have read the Front=400 / Rear=228 lbs/inch. 400/228 F/R lbs/inch specs are also equal to 7.2/4.1 kg/mm or 70/40 nm/mm.KW suspension notes Front=400 / Rear=285 lbs/inch for the KW V3's on the solstice. I don't know what stock is, perhaps someone can post. Or ask that question on the forum here.
This suspension is for sale from a variety of dealers as well as from site supporting shops. Gravana and performance autowerks immediately come to mind. Retail is $1995. I got mine from a forum member here.