Wheel gap =/= ride height.
I saw the "Totally stock cars with high ride height" thread. I think some cars are pretty low from the factory, with little to no wheel gap. Anyone know why? Is it an aerodynamic thing? Looks, perhaps? Handling? I know the Honda civic HFP is sort of a sports package, so Idk if that counts, but.. Here are my contributions.
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Little to no wheel gap = :]
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the latest Civic SI is the opposite of your thread title
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I saw this in a movie about a bus that had to speed around the city, keeping its speed over fifty, and if its speed dropped, the bus would explode! I think it was called, "The Bus That Couldn't Slow Down."
GM is king of the front under-bumper spoiler that scrapes on everything and annoys the living daylights out of you. Bothered me in the Corvette, and apparently it migrated to the Volt...
The center portion is flexible and hinged, but most of the time this piece ends up haggard and ugly.
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My first part time job was at an oil change. The only car type that we had that would come in stock that we couldn't change on was C5 Corvette. The front air dam is reaaaally low. We tried unsuccessfully to get them over the pit.
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