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Ride Height & Rear Difuser?'s

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Hello all. I have had my 1st Porsche now for 3 months. In that time, I have put on a set of Champion lowering spring and DCR 19" inch 3 piece forged rims. My car also from the factory had the Row030 suspension. My 1st question is, does the rear of the car sit a little lower than the front? I ask because i can put 2 fingers stacked into the front fender and I can't in the rear fender. The rear is probally 1/4 of an inch closer to the tire. My 2nd question is, should I remove the rear difuser's or leave them on? I do plan on putting the gt3 front bumper on the car in the future. Any input would be helpfull.









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I posted this thread on another forum and a guy there said his car came out the same way. (Lower in the Rear) He said that the installer forgot to remove the rubber bushings in the front when the springs were installed and that the spacers were a good quarter on an inch thick. After that he said it fixed the problem. Has anyone heard of this and did I miss something with the install. If so, tell me where these rubber bushings are and how to get to them.

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For me, a couple of things...... Firstly, nicely prepared car, not 'overdone', i like it. Secondly, whether its my imagination or not, but i always thought the rear tyre is closer to the arch?? Now whether thats due to the arches being different (rear shallower) or whether it sits down on the rear a bit more i dont know. My Box S with factory 10mm lowered 'sports suspension' seemed to be like this and i'm darn sure that my 996TT is like it too?? Maybe i'm dreaming? If its any help, yours doesnt look 'funny' at all to me..........

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