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A lot of guys are using the Novitec spacers with the 11mm front and 15mm rear. They want ~$950 for a set of four. I also talked to exotic car gear and they want $1K for a set of four INCLUDING Titanium Lug nuts. The challenge here is that they are recommending 15mm for all four corners. Is anyone running this setup? Is it too aggressive in the front? Anyone running this with a lowered car?
 

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Alex - do you have other photos of this car or other angles to better gauge the difference? Thanks!!
Here are a few different ones. We will be shooting this car in the upcoming weeks so I will have better photos of it soon.








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Interested to see more pics of this car, as the pin-stripe design is very unique. Do you have more pics please?
The volcano red 720 is my car. The 11mm front and 15mm rear spacers are perfect with OEM ride-height IMHO. I just upgraded to aftermarket wheels, so I may consider selling the Novitec spacers/lugs. Contact me if interested.
 

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Looks good. Do the 15mm front ones rub? I was running 11mm front and 15 mm rear and they were fine.
 

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I think it would have a positive effect because the track is wider by a total of 30mm, it's the same basic principle of standing with your legs further apart, your more stable.
A lot of people at the track choose to use spacers to tweak their suspension setting.
 
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