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Old 03-27-2006, 07:07 PM   #1
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I just painted a Parma Alfa body for my Corally RDX, and well, the front shock towers hit the body, so I can not adjust the body. It is to high from the ground at the lowest possible point due to the shock towers.

My conclusion is that I need a body that is good, and that will fit on a RDX, with no problems. What are all the sponsored drivers running and what can I run?
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Old 03-27-2006, 07:13 PM   #2
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Pontiac G6 ...or get the RDX lowered fron shock tower (you'll have to cut the shock shaft and shock eyelet as well if you go this route )
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that happens a lot with bodies, i hope you are running the Alfa for Carpet, if it is hitting just run a piece or two of battery tape where it hits and if won't rub through. if you are running it on pavement, it should be high enough with 5mm of ride height not to hit, if so you are trying to SLam it to much. hope this helps
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that happens a lot with bodies, i hope you are running the Alfa for Carpet, if it is hitting just run a piece or two of battery tape where it hits and if won't rub through. if you are running it on pavement, it should be high enough with 5mm of ride height not to hit, if so you are trying to SLam it to much. hope this helps

yes it is for carpet. however the body is in the air about (get a ride height gauge) and the ride height gauge wont even go as high as the bdoy. the body is like the number 15 on a ride height gauge, and it WONT go any lower then that.
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