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    Quote Originally Posted by Haring View Post
    Dont use spacers with the CV2s unless you roll your fenders. On both my Abarth and 500C they rub the fenders depending on the tire you buy. I was on Kuhmos and they didnt rub as bad as the Michelin. And like Texanbrit mentioned, youll want to upgrade the shocks as well. I know on the Sportlines the rear really got bouncy. On my 500c I have Koni yellows installed.
    I think in the end I'm just going to keep the wheels that it came with, they don't look half bad. I believe they are called the abarth oem esseesse wheel. But I'm still interested in a moderate drop.

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    The stock wheels are really nice. I had a white set I thought I was going to keep since theyre hard to find and around 2017-19 they only sold the darker versions. Ended up selling mine to get a new set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Link View Post
    I completely understand that Ill lose some good quality rides when its dropped, but I know there are some suspensions that are softer than others, thats the type of recommendations Im seeking to get. The Neu-F is too much of a drop, Im trying to aim a moderate drop, as for the Koni Yellow shocks do these go well with either H&R, Vogtland, or Eibach springs? So for these are the only recommendations I've read for moderate drop and somewhat good ride.
    It's the Eibach pro-kit springs that you want. Unfortunately they don't make those any more (only the sportline springs which are pretty aggressive). So I think your only currently choice is the H&R or perhaps 500Madness has a mild spring offering.

    I found that if you put Koni shocks on the rear the Abarth 500 struts work okay with the mild drop.

    Here's a picture of my 500 on the pro-kit springs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haring View Post
    The stock wheels are really nice. I had a white set I thought I was going to keep since theyre hard to find and around 2017-19 they only sold the darker versions. Ended up selling mine to get a new set.
    Ya I agree I'm starting to grow into the stock wheels but mines are not all black but rather like a gun metal looking (not sure what the color is really called) even though the picture kinda shows a blackish color when really it isn't, but i'll keep them for now.

    Here she is bone stock. She's a 2013 with just 27,500 miles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by texanbrit View Post
    It's the Eibach pro-kit springs that you want. Unfortunately they don't make those any more (only the sportline springs which are pretty aggressive). So I think your only currently choice is the H&R or perhaps 500Madness has a mild spring offering.

    I found that if you put Koni shocks on the rear the Abarth 500 struts work okay with the mild drop.

    Here's a picture of my 500 on the pro-kit springs.
    I think I've decided to go with the Vogtland Springs with front Koni struts and rear Koni shocks. I've had Vogtland on previous other cars and grew fund of the way they feel and ride.
    Thanks for the recommendation

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