The Euro Eibach springs fit the USA Kona AWD 1.6T perfectly! :grin::grin::grin::grin::grin::grin:
No, it is still a pretty close alignment wise, I am waiting a full month. It has not moved much, so Eibach maybe right that they don't sag. They said the sag is mostly in how people bolt their suspension up. I drove it around the block lose and tightened all the bolts as it sat. Then went under the rear with a wrenches and low profile jack and and gave the lower control arm bolts the extra tightening they needed by jacking the end of the wrench tighter, that 2 hands on your back and short wrenches can't get.Did you get a chance to have it aligned yet? I'm curious to see how it ended up...
Thanks for the update. Are you still on the factory rubber, or did you get better tires?
Thank you. They don't list Hyundai but I requested info.Call these guys, they are fairly priced and have connections with at least 6 different coilover companies, and you could add Koni and Bilstien to the mix too.
Actually....wow! 24 damper settings plus height adjustments. I like this a lot better than the coil replacements as I can raise it back up for winter driving.Thanks Mainia, I'm sad they only make those eibach springs for the awd, I have the fwd, or else I would had them imported, if any one is interested there these gecko coil overs for $850 I didn't want to spent that much. I don't know what I'm gonna do, yet