Hmm, I dunno...isn't wtz an SPDA sponsor? Would be odd if they got a sponsor they had bad experiences with.Mephisto said:i go to wtz for my alignments but some of the club guys have had bad experiences there....uh or maybe i'm getting it confused with wheelsdirect? nothing but good from wheels23 so far though
Mephisto said:what is, please?
yeah not to mention just driving around town! nothing like almost tramlining straight into a newsstand when you try and open your friggin coffee. i'm assuming -4/-2 camber for the track too?Balzz said:1/16" toe-in front, 0 in rear. It was 1/8" toe-out before...made for some very quick turn-in but could definitely get me in trouble on the track.
FC doesn't allow camber adjustment? Maybe not -4f / -2r but it should allow for some...Balzz said:I wish...tasty tasty -ve camber...alas my budget for the year doesn't include camber plates.
No.The Tesseract said:I pick up my car tomorrow. W00t! 2006 Toy Yoda Co-Roller SE
I'm probably going to use the existing rubber for about 2-3months, and then switch to something better. Put the originals in storage, for when the car is done lease.
Now... he's a question for the tribe masses.
If i got new wheels/tires, would there be any advantage in upgrading to 17in low-profile tires/rims?
Specifically in fuel efficiency? I understand that the rolling resistance should be higher, therefore more efficient, but does that carry any real truth to it?