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Hi

I’m a native New Yorker and first time Lamborghini buyer. EVO spyder rwd on order. 23 years as a Porsche guy needing new blood in my veins.

hoping to learn a ton of info while waiting.

I have my first question if anyone might be able to assist? Trying to find the break over ramp angle for the EVO as my building has rather steep ramps as they ascend to next level. That would be the angle that can be assumed between the axels before bottoming out. Not sure how much the front end lift will assist in that regard.
TIA and simply can’t wait 😛
 

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Welcome and Congratulations on your EVO Spyder order! I can't help with that question but hopefully others will chime in.
 

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Welcome! You have a lot to look forward to for sure. I park in a parking garage which is very steep between levels and with the lift system in the up position I never scrape if I’m the only one in the car. If I have two passengers I have to go real slow and there is a slight scraping sound. Naturally I take the transition at a full angle. I have no idea what the ramp axis is or how to begin to calculate it.
 

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Welcome! You have a lot to look forward to for sure. I park in a parking garage which is very steep between levels and with the lift system in the up position I never scrape if I’m the only one in the car. If I have two passengers I have to go real slow and there is a slight scraping sound. Naturally I take the transition at a full angle. I have no idea what the ramp axis is or how to begin to calculate it.
Thanks for responding. That is interesting. Is the scraping on the way down as well as up? Specifically b/w the front and rear wheels or just the nose?
 

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As to the approach angle, I have a steep driveway, and not only need to deploy the FAL but, have to approach the driveway at an angle, if I fail to do so there are plastic guards on the underside of the car, in front of the wheels, that scrape. So, at least in my case it is not the nose but simply contact with said plastic guard.
If you are concerned about protecting the nose because of ground clearance you can have SlipLo installed, see attached. It is relatively inexpensive and easy to install.
 

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