I've heard about this too, and seen a few photos on here. Its not a hard and fast rule though, its never happened to a single GT 3.2 we've fitted with FSDs & Eibachs.
hm...as I am considering a suspension upgrade on my GT 3.2, too, it would be important to clarify this.
- some say that the Koni FSD/Eibach combo lifts the front (or perhaps lowers the front less than the rear, so that the effect is a lower sitting rear?)
- some say (as Pud237) that they don't have this problem
-->how could this be?
Is the front-lift due to eibachs, or is it the same with standard springs?
Pud237, did you have to do something special to obtain a "how it shold be"-configuration on the gt 3.2 you've modified successfully?
Could someone post images (before/after) to illustrate the effects of Koni FSD/Eibach?
It would be interesting to see pictures from successful fittings (as Pud237), but also from people who are saying front is too high.
Exact references of the pieces fitted could perhaps help us to find eventual differences.