Are the wheels tucked or there is some wheel gap? Wanted to go this route as opposed to the oem sport suspension. But NYC streets are a disaster and I don't want to sacrifice ride quality for a slammed look.
Originally Posted by desertfx41
I decided to pick up H&R's Sport Cup Kit about three weeks ago. The install went pretty smoothly and was a nice Saturday afternoon project. The ride height is aggressively low but does not cause the car to scrape against normal obstacles. With 20mm spacers in the rear the tires do rub over big highway bumps. Not frequently though.
This was an upgrade from my sport package suspension, and I must say the handling is amazing. I have yet to be able to get the car to over steer in a corner with traction control off.
The only issue I am having is with the alignment. I tried Tire Kingdom (horrible idea, terrible job) and then Lauderdale BMW. The first time I dropped it off at BMW the steering wheel came back off and the car was pulling pretty hard right. The second time they fixed the steering wheel but said that they would not be able to fix the pulling with this suspension setup.
After a lot of searching this seems pretty weird to me. True the kit does add some negative camber but should not prevent a good alignment.
Any ideas on a fix?