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I installed Eibach Pros on my 2012 Coupe, 1.4" lower front & 1" lower rear. When the front or rear shocks fully extend, the springs make a clunking noise. I assume it has something to do with shorter springs and stock shocks. I did a search, but responses said blown shocks or problem with sway bar. The entire suspension is new.

Is the noise normal? Or is there a fix?
 

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I've had the pro kit for about 9 months now. I'm very happy with the tighter suspension, i just wish it was lower. The springs are solid, you just have to be more gentle going over speed bumps because they do tend to clunk. There's nothing wrong with them. take it easy
 

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Had my Eibach Pro-Kit installed 30,000 miles ago on my sedan. 20,000 miles on stock struts and 10,000 miles on Koni FSDs. No clunking yet. Also, the height of the car has settled another 1/2" since install.
 

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I've had the pro kit for about 9 months now. I'm very happy with the tighter suspension, i just wish it was lower. The springs are solid, you just have to be more gentle going over speed bumps because they do tend to clunk. There's nothing wrong with them. take it easy
Thanks for your response, the only concern is clinking means the springs are moving. Thanks again,
 

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Question?
After lowering did anyone need an alignment? Did you have to get a camber kit?
 
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