Stumpvold's Levorg

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  1. Stumpvold

    Stumpvold Active Member

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    Everything is pretty much up and running now, although I'm missing some parts. Does look like it HAS to wait untill after winter, since the snow will arrive before all the parts.
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    I think a new shifter boot is needed. ;)

    Heads up, would not recomend anyone ordering from the place I ordered from, since it's been around 3,5 months since ordering it now. Atleast wouldn't order og you are in a hurry.
     
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    Got stance?
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    Side profile, could lower it more, but tires needs slimming down first
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    Well done :cool:

    They definitely look a lot better lowered.
     
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    Thanks :D

    They sure do, ride comfort is also improved. Haven't gotten around testing corners yet ;)
     
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    Car wash :cool:
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    The bag setup works almost flawlessly. I only have a small issue with the rear bags not going to the same hight when filling them with the same pressure. Sometimes the pressure is set to 60 - 65 front - rear, other times it's 60 - 80 front - rear. I'm guessing this could be fixed with hight sensors.
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    "Need" some new parts now :rolleyes:
     
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    Ready for winter :cool:
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    Already looking forward for summer and summertires. Had to stop yesterday because I thought my wheels were falling off! I think I'm too used to the larger and stiffer summer wheels :D
     
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    looks tuff mate
     
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    Got a little bit of snow today, and I'm pleased to say that the understeer problem is cured. It's more tail happy now, and the nose of the car isn't all over the place.
    The air setup seems to handle the cold really well. Rear bags are a bit moody sometimes, but only after being aired out over night.
     
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    Small trip to Lillehammer, the air suspension gave me extra ground clearance up the mountains, made the drive on the snowy roads fun.
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    ...and parking low is always awesome :cool:
     
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    the guy next to you also most likely had a fun time getting up there.
    maybe a few brown codes, however :D
     
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    Looked like he enjoyed the drive down to the hotell more than the drive up to the cabin actually :D
     
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    Offroad mode :cool:
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    This about 85-90% of max height, rear go a bit higher than the front, but it will be adjusted eventually. Going 2cm lower on the rear and 1cm on the front to bring the fenders closer to the rims.
     
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    love it!
     
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    Mandatory parkinghouse shot.
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    I'm already looking forward to summer, planing to do some small changes to her next season :D

    Anyone have some sideskirt's they wan't to get rid of?
     
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    Needs more low's :cool:
     
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    Lowered it about an inch more in the rear yesterday. Front's Next! ;)
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    Rear won't go any lower, atleast without removing the locking nuts for the struts, even then it would only make a 5-10 mm difference.
    Front has lots og adjustment left, but I think I'll try with 1-2 cm first. :D
     
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    Front's 1,5 cm lower, and the inner arches are resting on the tire. :D
     
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    Did something.. :D
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    Great job! This looks so much better than stock.

    My apologies if this is a silly question but how do you remove the silver center cover? I hate the silver and have been wanting wrap/paint this and shifter bezel but can't find any info online.
    I'm sure I could work it but I don't want to break anything by not knowing where to pull and pry...
     
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    You have to take out most of the console. Can't remember if you can remove everything by removing the two screws underneath the silver e-brake cover (just pull this straight up) or if you need to take out the armrest too.. (two screws, one on each side under some plastic covers).
    Not that hard, takes a couple of minutes.
     

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