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    hi all a bit of brain teasing for you all to ponder.
    i spent the morning lowering my vec.i bought the 35/30 mm supersport kit.already built up front struts as i bought new top mounts and bearings.
    now my problem...
    fitted the fronts only and went for a drive.lot of noise from the front end and feels very unsteady so returned home to find inner edges of wheels fowling on lock.then fitted original sri wheels and no scrubbing but feels very much like a boat.returned home again and fitted the uprated saab droplinks bought thru a link off this site.they were a ****** to fit as had to jack the a.r.b up to fit.again went for a drive and same rolly feeling.
    now i know the rear uppper control arms need doin but i was going to wait to do these at work on a ramp.so my questions
    1. do you think the workn rear arms are making the front feel very rolly
    2. have people had to space out their snowflakes to stop them catching??

    many thanks

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    nope i lowered a gsi 40mm on flakes it was spot on
    Vectra vxr custome remaps egr deletes dpf and diagnostic work all remaps are custome bench tuning avalible all genuine equipment PM for info

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    ive just checked paperwork and its definetly packaged up as the 35 mm kit.hmmmmgod knows i think tomorrow im goin to have to do back end and see if it sorts things.did you fit the uprated drop links paul?thanks

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    no mate just lowered it and it was fine also dropped a vxr last week with the same size alloys as flakes and that was ok aswell also that was 40mm
    Vectra vxr custome remaps egr deletes dpf and diagnostic work all remaps are custome bench tuning avalible all genuine equipment PM for info

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    ill have to sort back end out in morning then and see where it takes me!cheers forquick response!!

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