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For 09 North Am cars ... anyone seen the OE ride height numbers or know where I can find em?

I am curious on front-n-back for both the regular PASM and then for the PASM Sport (20mm) ... and I guess I wouldn't necessarily assume it's a simple 20mm dif on both ends ... remembering the different front-rear (rake) numbers on the 996 family.

Reason for my madness is .... I need a good point of reference. I have an in-bound C4S Cab with reg PASM (20mm not avail on this side of the pond) .... and looks like one of my early moves will be going to Damptronics (assuming Bilstien confirms 997.2 application).

Back on the 996 our measure point for height on the front was that bolt head .... and on the rear, the flat spot on the sub frame (not true on GT2 but good on the others) .... so, not being '997 familiar' .... I guess I am also wondering if these guys have the same measure points.

TIA

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