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Gt3 Ride Height Spec


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Do you have any pics or shop manual diagrams of the reference points mentioned in the spec?


For the height check of the ready-to-drive vehicle (full tank and tools), place the vehicle on a level surface or on the measuring platform.

Front axle

Measure from wheel contact surface to the lower edge of the hexagon-head bolt of the tension-strut screw connection to the body.


Rear axle

Measure from wheel contact surface to the locating bore in the rear-axle side section (between toe and camber eccentrics).


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On 1/18/2022 at 4:51 PM, mastrpdawg said:

Does anyone know what the GT3 ride height specs noted above translate to in terms of road surface to fender running through the center cap? It seems difficult to get that measurement on a low car without having on a lift which defeats the purpose.

Take a telescoping mirror and use it at the reference points mentioned in Loren’s post. The pictures from the post from Oct 2004 will help (def did for me). The flat part of the handle base will help you find perpendicular. It’ll get you within a mm or two.

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