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    Quote Originally Posted by Adguy21 View Post
    I had a 2018 GT and upgraded to a 2019 GTR for the engine. Handling wise I do not notice a difference. I do however notice the 2019 has much more of a rake to it. The front is definitely higher than the back and the car is not level. Most people think I'm crazy but I notice it.
    So you think the 2019's aren't even keeled? Interesting..

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    Quote Originally Posted by gdluke View Post
    So you think the 2019's aren't even keeled? Interesting..
    Not terribly and it gets better each day. I'm thinking the front springs needed to settle. My car only had 3 miles on it when I got it. Was just curious if anyone else noticed on their GTR or Signature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adguy21 View Post
    I had a 2018 GT and upgraded to a 2019 GTR for the engine. Handling wise I do not notice a difference. I do however notice the 2019 has much more of a rake to it. The front is definitely higher than the back and the car is not level. Most people think I'm crazy but I notice it.
    I have not noticed this. At least it is not something that is obvious. Maybe take a picture and show us what you're seeing.

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