You can just make the adjustments though and install them and most people will never touch it again. If you want the ON CAR adjustment, yes you need to drill a hole but that would be the same for ANY coilover that has an adjustable top hat.If you want to take advantage of the on car camber adjustability, you need to drill a 3" hole on the top of the strut tower. Other than that, it's a direct swap r & r ing what you have now.
So you were happy with the clubsport as a daily suspension? I'm about to get it, but don't want to be disappointed.I liked it a lot for what it was made for and a no hassle configuration. Want something adjustable with a better performance range. Guess it's like buying smaller turbo then realizing you want something more once you get familiar. My ST is becoming more of a tinker and toy car so daily driving considerations are not much of a factor as weekend fun factor.
I have heard nothing but great things about it... just installed this setup on a car this past weekend and the driver has said nothing but great things about it. he dailies the car and said it is night and day difference.So you were happy with the clubsport as a daily suspension? I'm about to get it, but don't want to be disappointed.
Exceedingly happy with it!So you were happy with the clubsport as a daily suspension? I'm about to get it, but don't want to be disappointed.