^ Looking very nice :thumbup:
Type: Posts; User: aircooled56
^ Looking very nice :thumbup:
Agreed, excellent products!
I don't daily my R anymore, just leave the XP12's on year round. Yes, they are noisy, but not as noisy as say Hawk blues and they are very easy going on rotors....
On my way to winning our local PCA Open class championship for the year, which comprises of nearly 25 cars at every event. They are splitting the open class into street tires and competition tires...
Indeed, the real show was on the race track! :thumbup:
Haha, only the best special effects for you buddy! :laugh:
After reviewing my lap footage I managed to catch both yours and Mark's incidents, Mark's happened almost in front of me, guess I had the crash cam on :P
I was heading toward turn 9 and I could...
I didn't realize that was your car that went into the wall. I'm glad you and your passenger are safe, a car can be repaired. I know you'll put it back together and we'll see you next year.
Had a great time at Fastivus this weekend at Auto Club Speedway. I alternated between 3 track sessions and filled in my down time between sessions with some autocross runs. The autocross was under...
The only thing I didn't like about my Autopower bar is that the main hoop feet terminate at body plugs in the floor so I ended up welding it into the car with reinforcement plates.
They were in the 21-22 lbs range if I recall, pretty heavy considering the RPF1 is around 15-16 lbs for the same size.
Running Pirelli PZero slicks which read in metric 240 width, sidewall is short, in the 35-40 range as you can see in the picture on the top of the page.
That's some serious tire for the track. Good looking RPF1's :thumbup:
Correct, I'm running a final et15, it is a very aggressive fitment to clear the calipers without grinding, hence pulled fenders and lots of static camber. I have tons of room to clear the collars on...
20mm with about -3 degrees of camber (max adjustment on the stock arms plus Ground Control camber plates) and my fenders are aggressively pulled.
Correct, that's my car and my old setup. :thumbup: I now have the RPF1's 17x9 like the car above it, super light wheel! :thumbup:
Nothing crazy for me this year, just some mods to my half cage and basic maintenance. It's going to be tough to keep up with the newer cars me thinks on the Roval this year. The MKIV is more suited...
Give me now! I think these have been in pre production for far to long! I think they work at this point :laugh::thumbup:
Yup, just trying to save you the same heart ache. :thumbup:
Plasma cutter is super easy to use and is the best way to do it IMHO. :thumbup:
It's a very shallow vent, I could make some measurements if you'd like.
Also, the 20 row should fit up front just fine with a little bit of modification to the bumper rebar as I did (mine is a 13...
The red arrow you can take care of by making a shim to put behind the clip, I used plastic washers from the specialty section at the hardware store (I also made this kind of shim for the pin on the...