Best way to achieve -30mm on a Alfa GT 3.2
Hi All, first post to the forum
I have a 2005 Alfa Romeo GT 3.2, and i'm looking to lower it about 30mm, its on 17" wheels at the moment but i'm looking to go to 18" wheels off a Blackline if i can find some in good condition.
I know i have the GTA front anti roll bar, there is also some ambigious paperwork in the cars history concerning the front dampers and springs. I'm not sure if they are uprated at all as the ride height looks normal, but its a very firm ride at the front at least.
I see there are alot of options, GTA OEM suspension, Eibach, H&R, Spax etc, then coilover options, from cheap to expensive.
What is the collective opinion on the 'best' way to get the car a little lower?
Also, the negative camber will increase as a result of the lowering, is there an accepted way of adjusting this back to OEM settings? Is there enough on the stock adjusters? Adjustable camber bushings? Adjustable lower arms? etc
Thanks in advance