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I don't seem to have much problems with mine scraping. I have mine lowered way down. My friend is the one that has the vette with the F55 suspension. He had heard that lowering the F55 could damage it.Jersey-vinny said:My stock C5 scrapes the front spoiler on my not very steep driveway where my C4 never did. Why on earth anyone would want to make these front ends lower is beyond me. (competition cars excepted) There's only about 2 inches of clearance as it is.
Jersey-vinny said:Why on earth anyone would want to make these front ends lower is beyond me.VINNY
cmaxwell said:Not quite so simple as some may make it sound. At minimum, it will be necessary to realign and rebalance the car after any ride height changes.
If you do not fully understand the suspension geometry of the car, you may find yourself introducing handling, transition and even braking characteristic changes.
Don't jump into this adjustment without competent understanding and/or assistance, and alignment equipment and scales.
Would the manual you reference in your last para. be the Chevrolet Service Manual?
I woudl like to lower my C5 a bit.
mqqn said:I have to add that, as a new member here, and showing only 8 posts, while post count does not mean you know a lot about corvettes or not, you certainly are going overboard about this topic -