So, i wanted to add this to this thread rather than make a new one..
I just finished installing the kit on my 2014, mainly to stop the damn shock clunk, (3 pairs in 13k miles...)
7 hours to install.. it would have been 4 hours BUT.. each of those front springs took 1.5 hours to compress. it was a nightmare, a buddy loaned me a big heavy duty compressor and i had the normal claw ones (which popped off 4 times, thats always exciting) I have worked on cars for 30+ years and those front springs are one of the single worst things i have ever dealt with..
Just to get an idea. here is a pic of it compressed and it still had about 3" more to compress..
If anyone is going to do this kit, i would find a local shop with the big wall mounted compressor to get the springs into the front shocks.. other than that the entire job was cake.. rear takes maybe 20 mins per side for the shocks and springs.. done.
The front seems daunting at first. but really isn't.. Passenger side has enough give to use a foot to push the knuckle down to get the strut in and out without pulling the axle from the front end..
Drivers side is even easier.. cause i did pop the axle out i could REALLY drop the control arm.. didnt even have to push it down to get the strut in and out..
As for alignment, no bump steer.. still goes straight down the road, i was excepting it to want to jump lanes and stuff.. nope. I will still get it on a rack cause i know it has to be off.. rather not destroy tires..
As for the right.. OMG.. ZERO clunks.. the ride is tight, and a touch stiffer but in a good way. The front of mine was always kind of sloppy. no more.. and the Rake is gone, doesn't look like a 78 camaro with air shocks anymore and no more nose dive on the brakes..
Here is a pic done.. (it's actually green. but you need bright light for it to come out) And the front end will settle a bit in the next couple of days. its a little too high right now..
P.S. 2" doesn't sound my much.. BUT my foot doesn't touch the ground getting out.. i have to hop out now
P.P.S. I need to find a set of tires a touch taller.. with all weather tread that wont hum for when the stock tires wear out.. And no i wont be changing rims i like the stock ones and thank god they arn't black. worse trend ever is blacking out a vehicle...