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Hello All, My dad and I are considering lowering the ride height of the car and also adding the turbo style front bumper. We are concerned that the combination of the lower bumper valence and the lower ride height we might have issues bottoming out on regular drives and parking. I am interested to know if anyone knows if the front air dam has clearance issues with a very moderate drop (~1inch lower than stock). 

Thanks in advance 

Frazier 

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You have to be conscious of how you enter steeper grades but it won't be undriveable. I have the same setup on h&r sport springs and need to come in my uphill driveway a little sideways.

Make sure to watch those cement curbs in parking spaces...

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Bear in mind a Turbo-style airdam is\ extended on either end to mate up with turbo flares.  To not run trubo flares but install the airdam would look strange.

 

If you want that look without flares your closest match would be Pierre's Kamie replica (search function will yield photos).

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