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Hey guys, I just lowered my car even more


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Is it driveable? :)

I mean... how does it deal with road expansion joints, driveway ramps, undulations on the pavement? at proper sporting speeds (except driveway ramps), not crawling.

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Is it drivable? :)

I mean... how does it deal with road expansion joints, driveway ramps, undulations on the pavement? at proper sporting speeds (except driveway ramps), not crawling.

It drives pretty good, It's a little bit stiffer than before but not that much. Is softer than PASM "on". As with road expansion joints, I can feel them waaaay more, so as undulations, and on driveway ramps, I have to go sideways, I mean not exactly sideways but diagonal. I've taken it up to 150 and feels perfect.

Hope this explains your question... Ohh and I guess that yes, it is driveable... :D

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Either the wheels are too big or its lowered too much .. still trying to figure it out.

Not my cup of tea personally, but it sounds like you are very happy with it :-) You definitely stick out of the 987 crowd now! Good job ;-)

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Either the wheels are too big or its lowered too much .. still trying to figure it out.

Not my cup of tea personally, but it sounds like you are very happy with it :-) You definitely stick out of the 987 crowd now! Good job ;-)

haha, you are right sir, I do love how my car looks, and I think that its both, my car is too low and the wheels are too big, thats how I like it... :cheers:

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haha, you are right sir, I do love how my car looks, and I think that its both, my car is too low and the wheels are too big, thats how I like it... :cheers:

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One of the nicest 987's I've seen (classy and tasteful) IMO anyway! :)

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One of the nicest 987's I've seen (classy and tasteful) IMO anyway! :)

Thanks Fig for your comment!

First off what wheel/tire package is it?...second -Dude there is NO way that takes a sudden bump without totally trashing the undercarriage- or not?

it is the techart formula 20" package from techart, bought it at the dealership. I have not trashed the undercarriage... yet, haha, just kiddin', the only problem is I cant get into my apartment's underground garage, so I asked for a new spot on the 1st level parking and problem solved. Here in miami bumps are not a big deal, and the few that may be a problem I already know were they are, so I just avoid them or pass them sideways... so that's not a big deal.

:cheers:

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