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You should always have 1 degree forward rake, and you can't really use your fenders as a measuring area, you want to use the frame and axles, because fenders aren't always accurate.

I like about a quarter inch below Euro ride height. Very low but not too low, your shocks still work.

The most underrated part of lowering a 930 is getting the front bump steer perfectly level. Otherwise your suspension won't work.

Once you have your car all set up, I would align it to standard factory specs for the street. Honestly, the factory set the car up to be safe and easy on the tires, and it works well for me.

Then I would top it all off by installing a weltmeister strut bar up front across the front shock towers, after your car is perfectly aligned. Kind of lock your set up in place with some extra front strut support...
Old 10-25-2007, 06:41 AM
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