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Reviving this thread..

I don't have a 930 Factory workshop manual but is there an official explanation printed in the manual on why the factory raised the mounts up by 21mm for the 930 model?

Is anti-dive the only reason?

It seems to me the main reason was to lower the front body relative to the front cross member for lower center of gravity.

If the cross member was spaced down by 6mm from the mounts raised by 21mm, then the difference is 15mm, meaning the 930 front body sits 15mm lower than the standard (Euro) 911 while the height of the cross member above the ground remains the same.

Last edited by blue72s; 12-21-2016 at 09:07 PM..
Old 12-21-2016, 07:43 PM
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