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  • Murcielago ride height and track

    I want to order a Held suspension and I need to know a few things.

    What is the track width of the Fiero and the track width of the Murcielago.

    How much should the front and rear of the Fiero be dropped to achieve the correct ride height of the Murcielago?

    I been going to websites that have conflicting information, I need exact accurate figures before I have a custom suspension made. I am thinking I am going to need 3 inches per side in the front and 4 inches per side in the rear, I have no clue about the ride height.

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    Re: Murcielago ride height and track

    will this help?

    1988 PONTIAC FIERO GT
    Length: 165.1 in.
    Width: 69.0 in.
    Height: 46.9 in.
    Wheelbase: 93.4 in.
    No track info :-[

    Lamborghini Murcielago
    Length: 180.3 in
    Width : 80.5 in
    Height: 44.7 in
    Wheelbase : 104.9 in
    Track front : 64.4 in
    Track rear : 66.7 in


    and also found this one for some fiero's
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pontiac_Fiero

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    • #3
      Re: Murcielago ride height and track

      IMO, I would not order the wide track until you start mounting your body. Track width is the measurement of the center of the wheel footprint to the center of the wheel footprint and not hub to hub. I have not found the hub to hub dimension anywhere. I have it for Diablo or various generations but not for Murci yet. If you knew the hub to hub of the Murci and measure the hub to hub on the fiero then you would know what length you would need but then only if using factory or factory correct offset wheels.

      Bart

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