Stepper Installation in Zen


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In my zen rear Tyre was scratching by car body.It was not possible to drive with 2 people sitting at back side.So -
Installed steeper in rear shock-absorber spring.Increased height by 2".
Also changed rear shock absorbers.

Place : Jonybhai Patewala, Near surya hospital, pune.

Cost : Stepper pad - 500 Rs pair
Shock absorbers - 1000 Rs - Maruti Original
 

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I've done the same in my zen, but with a 1 incher. Your kindo looks misaligned, are those WIP photos? Have you done something with the front? Does anyone know how to increase the front height without screwing up the camber?
 
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I've done the same in my zen, but with a 1 incher. Your kindo looks misaligned, are those WIP photos? Have you done something with the front? Does anyone know how to increase the front height without screwing up the camber?
It's not Misaligned.
What is WIP ?
No I haven't done anything at front. not required.
 
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I think WIP implies 'Work In Progress'.

Surfer -- Would like to see your car for this stepper.
 
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any difference in ride quality after this set up? Is there additional body roll while cornering?
No difference as such, body roll is always -ve point in zen, it is there.
 
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Good to know that there is no negative impact on ride quality. Do post a pics where we can see entire side profile of your Zen [:)]
 
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ood to know that there is no negative impact on ride quality. Do post a pics where we can see entire side profile of your Zen
Ok will do that also.
 
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