Any suggestions to go lower in rear?

Discussion in 'Pictures and Videos' started by StaticS197, Jul 10, 2018.

  1. StaticS197

    StaticS197 Junior Member

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  2. RocketcarX

    RocketcarX 95% of my weight is fuel

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    You're gonna need the fenders rolled better, and less offset in the wheel to get it much lower.
    What is the suspension now?
     
  3. StaticS197

    StaticS197 Junior Member

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    I’m on coil overs o removed my bump stops but have yet to completely cut the mounts off I need to get higher spring rates due to hitting axle on frame. Trying to figure out if getting my frame c notched is worth it
     
  4. RocketcarX

    RocketcarX 95% of my weight is fuel

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    Not sure what you would C-notch, but you can relocate the bump stops or remove them completely and make custom ones.

    Figure out where the suspension makes contact and cut it out of the car, welding in new sheet metal and make some more room.
     
  5. StaticS197

    StaticS197 Junior Member

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    The contact spot is on frame and axle and there is a spot where it can be notched just going to be a lot of work
     
  6. Scott

    Scott Senior Member

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    My car is bagged and when aired-out the over axle pipes hold the car up when they rest on the differential. Are you sure the frame rails are resting on the differential?

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  7. StaticS197

    StaticS197 Junior Member

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    Yes they rest on the axle it self.
     
  8. Scott

    Scott Senior Member

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    Not that I can point you to the form as I can't remember which one I saw it on but there was a bagged GT500 that had the frames rails sectioned so the car would sit right down. As I recall there were a pile of progress pictures. Maybe something will show up on a web search. If you go ahead and do please post lots of pics.