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3 hours ago, Timbo Slice said:

I will, for sure, in about 5 years when they start coming off lease :laugh:

Have fun repairing the XC60 when it's out of warranty!

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On 3/8/2017 at 0:27 AM, JoshV70 said:

Have fun repairing the XC60 when it's out of warranty!

That doesn't actually sound like fun.

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So I put the (2) 12" subs in my car, now my ALL GLORY TO THE HYPNOTOAD is low and the driver side rear is about an inch (ish) lower than passenger. The Nivomats were replaced (roughly) 4 years ago. Shouldn't these adjust for the weight of my subs, which is around 100 lbs? Am I looking at replacing these again already? If so, given the price of the things... wouldn't coilovers make more sense back there?? Looking for suggestions.

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Have you driven around with the subs yet? 

If the Nivos don't adjust after 5-10 minutes of driving something is fubar'd. 

Yeah, QA1s & Kaplhenke spring perches are about the same price as Nivos, but you obviously give up the load leveling feature. 

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29 minutes ago, andyb5 said:

Have you driven around with the subs yet? 

If the Nivos don't adjust after 5-10 minutes of driving something is fubar'd. 

Yeah, QA1s & Kaplhenke spring perches are about the same price as Nivos, but you obviously give up the load leveling feature. 

Yes, I've had the subs in for about a month and it hasn't changed much... if anything it seems like the driver's side is getting (mildly) worse, but that might just be in my head. The weird thing is, about a week ago I had my kids in the back of the car, and the car did level up with them in it (3 kids in the back seat, probably 300 lbs). I'm not sure how it looked with them in the car (before they got out), because I didn't see it, but I noticed after they got out that the car was sitting like it should be sitting, as opposed to how it usually sits now (too low in the back).  But once I drove it again after they got out, the car settled back to too low again. So the Nivos are kind of working, they're just not raising the car high enough.

I'm not opposed to Nivos again, but $600 every 4 years is pretty retarded IMO. Anyone else have this issue??

Here's a pic...

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For whatever reason, I was able to upload that photo, but it won't let me upload anymore. I'll try this...

 

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On 3/16/2017 at 0:55 PM, mattsk8 said:

Yes, I've had the subs in for about a month and it hasn't changed much... if anything it seems like the driver's side is getting (mildly) worse, but that might just be in my head. The weird thing is, about a week ago I had my kids in the back of the car, and the car did level up with them in it (3 kids in the back seat, probably 300 lbs). I'm not sure how it looked with them in the car (before they got out), because I didn't see it, but I noticed after they got out that the car was sitting like it should be sitting, as opposed to how it usually sits now (too low in the back).  But once I drove it again after they got out, the car settled back to too low again. So the Nivos are kind of working, they're just not raising the car high enough.

I'm not opposed to Nivos again, but $600 every 4 years is pretty retarded IMO. Anyone else have this issue??

Here's a pic...

*SNIP*

Here's a quick comparison of my QA1s with kaplhenke vs stock V70R height.

This is lower than I'll be keeping it, just an initial height.

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It looked like Jupiter in my eye piece at least. It was actually fucking amazing seeing it in real life. My phone doesn't do it justice, but you can see 4 moons! Greg's 850 reflects off the east coast so light pollution is bad.

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9 hours ago, Brad850 said:

Greg's 850 reflects off the east coast so light pollution is bad.

 

 

STAHP ITT :blush: :a-farmboy: :blockhead:

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