Looks good mate.
what ever you do. You can also lift it in static, because all 6 coilovers are adjustable.Thanks everyone for the input and yes you're right Bruce, a fake trip injury with mats would be likely!
FYI I'm a DIYer with construction but not cars. Too dumb with cars. So it sounds like more than one of you think air suspension is the solution - and correct me if I'm wrong - the air suspension would rise the entire car higher at all times?
There might be but I figure given the price of our tires and rims (and they only have 500 miles) for that cost, I could probably pay for just about any lift system or close to it. Though if I didn't like my rims or needed new tires, this would be a good try!Is there much room in the wheel wells to put larger wheels on her? Just a thought.
Do you mean back out of the driveway? Or back into the garage?Could you just back down the street?
I would try this if you haven't already.Back down the road so that you can enter the driveway headed uphill (can't turn around at the end of the road). The angles are much less aggressive from that approach.
"Here" means in AZ. My Murcie is at my place in MI and I live primarily in CA. Since they can't guarantee they can even install an iLift on a Murcie, it would be way to risky to ship it to AZ for that in advance. Worse yet, let's say they put it on and then I ship it to CA and discover the clearance added is still insufficient for my driveway. Then what do I do??I’ve looked at the Murci shocks, and they look similar to other Lamborghinis we have done installations on. We should be able to do both front and rear if there is clearance. We do not have a plug and play kit however, so we would not be able to offer a kit with out the car being here.
I live in the midwest. I have a 120 foot drive way that eventually leads out to the main neighborhood road. One day, the last 10 feet of my driveway was torn up by the city, to run utilities and sewage. They also repaved and re-curbed my neighborhood. When the project was done, I noticed that the city workers had re-paved my drive way at a very steep slope. Later in the week, delivery trucks were bottoming out, scratching the pavement.I take it you've never dealt with the costal commission.
White out is correct! And it would not cost $5k. It would be a multiple more than that here in CA. Plus this is an iceberg house with 2 floors below the ground, 3 above. There's serious waterproofing and engineering going on under that regular looking driveway. You see the building code has setbacks, but those do not apply to subterranean structures. Under the driveway, the living space extends way out under the driveway, ending about a foot before the property line. There's at least 23' of stuff below this car and even if I could, messing with that concrete would be risky for the sake of the building underground.I take it you've never dealt with the coastal commission.