I think you are right. In the early days I think there was speculation that the bars were different.Stan said:Whatever size it is, it's the same as the regular suspension's bar.
No effect. Steering rack is mounted at your toes in a separate channel that runs across the whole car. You can just see the mounting bolts in the footwell.usofrob said:Really? Would that give more knee room? How difficult is this to do after one owns the car? Being 6'4", I could use any more space I can get.
Not quite, what it does is move the curve back towards the standard set up (the ride height is reduced by more than the distance the steering rack is moved up)Arno said:This height change is done to preserve the correct bump-steer curve for the front suspension.