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I am running stock suspensions at the moment

The problem is it is already a pain to park the car in my cellar, i am using ramps and the front splitter is really close to the ground in the worst part of the slope

If one day i plan to change for Nitrons or Ohlins, what about riding height ? How many cm will i have to lower the car to have them fully efficient ?

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You should be able to run them at standard ride height without any issues (all my previous Nitrons on S1/S2 Elises were able to do this). Double check with Nitron or Ohlins when buying them though for peace of mind

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Recommended ride height on Lotus documentation for Nitrons or Ohlins is 130mm front and 136mm rear, just for your info, measured as below:



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