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      01-12-2009, 04:44 PM   #1
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Red face Noob Question

I posted this question before but I lost the threat. So here goes.
If I lower my car with costume springs and set the ride on casual, is the frame going to rub on the wheels. Or is the casual setting going to be really stiff and the track setting hard as a rock. I would really like to lower the car when I get it, but I am not sure if the EDC is going to give me any grief.

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      01-12-2009, 05:11 PM   #2
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I posted this question before but I lost the threat. So here goes.
If I lower my car with costume springs and set the ride on casual, is the frame going to rub on the wheels. Or is the casual setting going to be really stiff and the track setting hard as a rock. I would really like to lower the car when I get it, but I am not sure if the EDC is going to give me any grief.

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While costume springs may be different , I haven't noticed a real difference in mine. I still run around in 'normal.'
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