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Welcome to the world of custom automotive!! Sometimes when we install aftermarket parts, some things may need to be modified for it to fit and or work.
That very end is not doing anything to help the integrity of the the entire bar. If it was hitting something in the middle of the bar, that is a little different depending where it is hitting and how much and what would need to be shaved.
If it is hitting someting, it is limiting the full travel of the suspension. Even if it hits only in certain situations, it's still limiting it. Who knows, one day when you get more comfortable with the new driving abilities of the 6 and you decide to do a track day or an autox day, you will be limited by it hitting.
I'd still say shave either the bar, the arm or a little bit of both. You want full travel of the suspension for when those days come. It could come in handy on the streets as well. I've had to "whip" my 1st gen several times in the 4 years that I've owned it to avoid accidents here where I live. The last thing I want while trying to avoid an accident is to be tapped out on anything dealing with brakes, tires, and suspension.
Do yourself a favor and go ahead and get rid of the interference I honestly think that you are doing more harm potentially leaving it as is vs shaving the bar just a little.
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