The new coilover is much shorter than the stock strut. All the better for lower ride heights.
The new strut is slipped into the knuckle, the chisel removed, the bolts replaced, then the assembly is tilted back into the wheelwell.
The nuts are tightened back down mounting the camber plate to the shock tower.
Here is the camber plate in place. The rebound adjuster tool goes into the small allen headed screw at the end of the shock shaft to adjust the rebound damping. As you can see, it is very easy to get to.
The module is mounted under the hood and plugged into the factory wire harness.
Here are the new shorter sway bar end links compared to the stock parts.