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Old 01-04-2014, 05:32 PM   #1
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Engine out the bottom,ceiling height

Can I do this with only 93"?
How high do I have to get the car?
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Re: Engine out the bottom,ceiling height

Your car is about 52" tall, so 93" means you can get it 41" off the ground, assuming the hood is either closed or removed. 41" high should be enough. The tallest part of the subframe is the shock tower, which I'm confident is not 41" high. Measure it to be sure, but I'd say it's about 32-35".
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