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same DIY for 04 sedan? want those extensions bad!
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^do you have premium package? If so apparently you can access top of shock to screw on extension without drilling, lowering shocks etc.
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^ya i have the premium package so it sounds like just take out the headrests?
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I'm not sure what the difference is between regular and premium cars. I don't have a sedan. I've just read the premium is an easy fix. The key is you need to be able to access the top of the rear shocks to screw on the extension. However you can do with your car?? Do the rear seats move or recline? Hopefully someone will chime in with a prem sedan.
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I'm not sure what the difference is between regular and premium cars. I don't have a sedan. I've just read the premium is an easy fix. The key is you need to be able to access the top of the rear shocks to screw on the extension. However you can do with your car?? Do the rear seats move or recline? Hopefully someone will chime in with a prem sedan.
I'd like to know as well. I have a premium sports model coupe and would like to order these extensions.

I was thinking of dropping the rear shocks today to adjust them BUT if it means I only have to drop them once to install these extensions I'd rather do that instead of dropping them over and over to find the right setting.

Also, keep in mind the seller I bought the shocks from did not give me any adjusting key at all. Will I have to order them too (pink part on top of the extensions shown on page one) or are they part of the extensions everyone's talking about?
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Just ordered my set from Stillen!!! Woot. Can't wait to install them next week
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I'd like to know as well. I have a premium sports model coupe and would like to order these extensions.

I was thinking of dropping the rear shocks today to adjust them BUT if it means I only have to drop them once to install these extensions I'd rather do that instead of dropping them over and over to find the right setting.

Also, keep in mind the seller I bought the shocks from did not give me any adjusting key at all. Will I have to order them too (pink part on top of the extensions shown on page one) or are they part of the extensions everyone's talking about?
The pink part is the adjuster for the rear extensions and integrated as one piece. It comes with the extensions.

You'll also need the adjusting tool for the fronts which won't have the extensions. The person you bought these from should have supplied it.


For the coupes you need to drill an existing hole a little larger, from below into the rear deck. The hole comes very close to the child seat anchor covers on the rear deck. The extensions get fished up under the anchor covers. Flip down the seat, remove the covers and adjust your Dspecs.

The DIY here explains it well.

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nice diy!
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Will this DIY work with the extensions for Stance GR+ coilovers? I just hope that they are long enough to reach those anchor covers thats what I'm concerned about.
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how long did the install take??
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Install takes about an hour per side, taking your time and working carefully, including the shock install itself.
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i have a set for sale if ne 1 needs them.
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