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Yeah but that's a totally different suspension.
The 2014 3s are 100% different suspension design from the ground up from all other generations. However it does share design with CXs and 6.
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Yea I figured that's what you meant after I posted, I was half hoping that wasn't the case and this was an opportunity to swap springs


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I have the same problem. the curb along my front yard isn't cut out for the driveway and so I make contact with it as I enter and exit. Even at full steering lock and dead slow, I scrape a little. It's tearing up the bottom of the bumper cover and the black plastic stone guard. I am looking for a way to lift the front end 1 to 1 1/2 inches, too. The tires on this used car are still decent, so it's not time to replace with a taller tire yet. Also, would a taller tire clear the opening when turning? Any other ideas? Maybe an insert where the spring is installed? Please help!
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