I finally got to mount the MK1 raceland coilovers on the front with the coilover endlink kit. The work to mount the MK1 was more than I thought when I started. Initially, I thought that I would just have to grind the spindle down to slide into the coilover mount. That is not the case. The spindle was ground down, the coilover mount was ground down, and the bottom bolt hole on the coil had to be resized with a unibit. Once that was done, I used Grade 5 bolts to attach it to the spindle. Adjusting the perch to 2.75 inches of thread, the aveo sits low without rubbing and bouncing. Also had to remove the right side brake line mount as well. With the MK1 coilovers, there are mounts on both sides of the bottom of the strut. The front facing side has to be removed to fit the endlink plate that the kit uses for the end links. The MK1 strut is about 2 inches shorter than the MK2 strut. If you are trying to go low, this is the way to do it, and not end up with spring ride. Pictures to follow soon.