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Pretty pissed off tonight - I managed to put in a lot of hours over the last couple of weeks but didn't allow enough clearance. I'm trying to gain as much leg room as possible so I can actually get in and drive but I took key positions when the axle wasn't actually on full bump so now I have to do it all again!
I may have asked this before, but does anyone run bump stops for their axles?
I hope to make some positive progress over the weekend - at least I can attach my new chassis plate!

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Comment by Daryl Heasman on July 5, 2014 at 9:25

They wont be needed anyway Mr Sheriden  cos it will never move out of your garage

Comment by Dave Adams on July 5, 2014 at 7:57

My S1 never had bump stops.......not needed really. seat position is important, for me i removed the moulded in seats in my car and made my own seats from foam backed 1/4 ply. much better.

i am also looking at fitting a floor mounted pedalbox to improve leg room for my Legerra. it will also give me better clearance for the brake master cylinder.

Comment by Paul Sheridan on July 5, 2014 at 7:36

Changing to a floor mounted pedal box will give you more leg room, as the pedal operation is totally different.

No bump stops on mine apart from the shock buffers.  

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