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Kenny Brown AGS 4.5: Have I Been Living Under A rock Or Is This Brand New?

So my k-link is in assembly, whatever that means. I have no eta on the coil overs ( with appropriate k-link springs ) or the k-link. But the car looks awesome out of paint :)
KB assured me that I wont have any clearance issues with the apex 18*11 wheels, but Im skeptical. My whole suspension will be sourced from them, every bit of it.

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6,040
Exp. Type
W2W Racing
Exp. Level
20+ Years
Pleasanton: 1/2 way between Sonoma and Laguna Seca
So my k-link is in assembly, whatever that means. I have no eta on the coil overs ( with appropriate k-link springs ) or the k-link. But the car looks awesome out of paint :)
KB assured me that I wont have any clearance issues with the apex 18*11 wheels, but Im skeptical. My whole suspension will be sourced from them, every bit of it.
In for updates!
 
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Exp. Type
Autocross
Exp. Level
3-5 Years
Nashville, TN
So my k-link is in assembly, whatever that means. I have no eta on the coil overs ( with appropriate k-link springs ) or the k-link.
I think that means they literally just need to assemble it, set it up, and ship it out (e.g. parts are back from powder coating, all parts are in-house).

Regarding tire clearance, pay close attention to the inner walls of the wheel housing. Low roll centers mean the axle literally rotates around a point closer to the ground, which means the axle will naturally move laterally around that roll center more than when the roll center is higher. It's geometry, and there is no way around that with a stick axle. I'll be curious if you see any signs of rubbing.
 

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