I also had the VBP setup. This put the ar way down but the shocks and transverse spring was so stiff it did not rub. Ride was horrible on the street it would knock your fillings out.Steve,
I had that problem with my VBP Sports System. I had to rise the front about 7/16 for it to stop rubbing the fender/hood.
The issue was that I installed 18" wheels 285/40ZR18 if I would use 285/35ZR18 it may no rub.
Did you buy the "Extreme"? Mine is "Sports"I also had the VBP setup. This put the ar way down but the shocks and transverse spring was so stiff it did not rub. Ride was horrible on the street it would knock your fillings out.
Unfortunately I don't have the 94 any more.
I have 275s up front, and I am at 25.5 inches up front. Hoping it wont really ruin anything besides geometry of the suspension.
I have a ZO7 spring, 115 FHB up front from a Corvette Challenge car.Yeah mine is about that low.
275s on the car never rubbed. Do you have the base suspension springs on your car?
I also run -2 degrees camber.
The edges of your tires in the second pic show they go down further than my street tires.I don't think I've had any rubbing on mine. Haven't really checked in a while. I was running 295/35/17 slicks up front for autocross. Mine was just lowered with the standard lowering wedges.
This is just with my DD wheels and tires. Not sure if I have a good one with the slicks up front.
Only pic I could find showing the front tires...