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So it ended up being my sway link on the passenger side. I guess I didn't tighten it enough. Everything is good now.

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Has anybody looked into cutting the strut on the shock and retreading it? This would be with a Eibach spring set up or any lowering spring really. Shouldn't this eliminate bottoming out? At the same time making a stiffer spring coincide with the stock struts? Thanks guys!

Eibach springs/KYB struts, RL front end links and rear end links, RL rear sway bar, RL front strut bar, Injen intake and Stillen 4-1 headers.
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