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Forgestar F14 fitment with amuse kit

hey guys... not sure if there is a thread like this because i could not find. i just order from aerojacket the full amuse carbon body kit, plus the carbon

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Old 06-17-2014, 07:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hey guys...
not sure if there is a thread like this because i could not find.

i just order from aerojacket the full amuse carbon body kit, plus the carbon fenders, and obviously the kit will be lower then the OEM kit and I'm a bit worry about grinding it up all the time in the shity roads of Israel.

what can i do to maintain the original hight distance from the road to the lower part of the new kit?

I'm now running with the original 19" sport package wheels.
and i didn't lower the car at all... its in factory hight.

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Wheels will not matter, unless you change tires and side wall can affect the height a little.
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It's not that much lower. It's just longer in the front and the side skirts are lower in the back. This will only effect you when pulling into sloped driveways and going over speed bumps. Always take them at an angle.

Side skirt width for various body kits.

I would also recommend getting some kind of a shield/splitter mad for the front and maybe even under the skirts to protect from scraping.

Amuse Front Bumper Aluminum Skid Plate / Splitter!
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