^I also think in terms of durability the stock 3sgte is the way to go. This would be a massive increase for one of the lightest cars at autocross.
Your significant other can only be mad for a while but your car can be slow forever.
The perfect race car is the fastest thing on the track and then explodes after crossing the finish line.
Both our cars are over weight by over 300lbs on SMF EF &EG Civics, with the current class minium weight structure we have no chance at coming in on target, where as the SMF Civics and CRX's add ballast to hit the minimums.
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Find a clean ef/eg..... And I still think based on results and the 300 lbs the corolla could win
I meant locally
fixed for accuracy If I were a more rational person, I would have picked one up, I wouldn't be involved in anything SM related.. SM= Speed Money Corrolla has some life in it, I won't argue that. Ah, however I can think of 1 or 2 that are significantly down on weight over us.. it's okay we'll clobber them with more rubber and power.
Blah blah blah weight.If weight is so important, explain the results of this:
Civic just needs tires and a new exhaust, it's sitting for the summer. I'm using the funds to fix up a '69 Chevy this summer instead. If I make it out to race I'll bring my V6 swapped Sentra.
The heavier the car, the easier it is to put on a diet Who knows how much weight savings this TL has gone on A more convincing picture would be this TL on a set of scales with the weight displayed
Are you suggesting that TL possibly weights near it's class minimum? (1750 + (3.5*125) = ~2200 lbs)?
Reminder that all permanent numbers are being released on April 28th!
Not so permanent then are they :p
So co-workers want me to try autocross this weekend. I have a few questions.Will have I still have fun on 2 front Winter tires? Worn tires ok? Still have tread just not a lot, no camber wear.
If a car is shows that a solid effort was made, and the car is reasonably well executed I can respect that. Even if it's not my cup of tea..