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Looks very cool!
 
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Looks amazing! Thanks for sharing.
 
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When you lowered your Performante have you had any issues with scrapping on speed bumps and what not?
 

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When you lowered your Performante have you had any issues with scrapping on speed bumps and what not?
The front lift still works so I have been able to avoid scrapping. The ride feels the same but I鈥檓 definitely more cautious when approaching speed bumps, pot holes, etc.
 

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The front lift still works so I have been able to avoid scrapping. The ride feels the same but I鈥檓 definitely more cautious when approaching speed bumps, pot holes, etc.
I have the base Huracan and frankly the wheel gap even with 20" wheels doesn't look that good. The EVO would benefit from lowering but I have the driveway from hell that is, mighty steep so I probably will just march on.
 

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Even now with my lift up I still have to angle and very slowly creep out of my driveway and it still touching bottom. Lowering looks so good, but I am not a good candidate.
 
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No doubt! (y)
 
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This spec looks good. I just added Novitec springs to my Performante but was careful not to lower it this much as it would not work very well around Utah we have way to many varying degrees of streets here for that.
 
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