Absolutely, at first before I had installed everything, I thought id get 1-1.5'' lift, so I was shocked when It measured 3.25''. But it all comes from the springs that I put on, they are much stiffer than the stock springs with a higher load capacity; so thats where the 2.25'' comes from. For the rear, I put 2" simply due to the lack of lifts available on the market and price. I could get the 2" lift for $150 or I could get the 5" lift for $1000.Can you explain reason for a 3.25" lift in front but only 2" in the back? If your on the middle setting on shock(believe it's 1"), what else did you do for the extra 2.25"?
My original plan was to have the front and rear both at 2" of lift because I hate a squat, but didn't end up happening that way. looking at it though, you cant really tell the rear is over an inch lower unless you look really hard.