Type: Posts; User: TwoTone
Is it new? Link to the original item? I'm interested.
It's really a shame, seems like a decent car for so cheap.
I am looking for a set of front fender liners for a MK4, they should all be the same. I removed mine and threw them away and found out this weekend for my autocross class that I need to have them in...
I have the black forest industry stage 2 mounts and they are certainly stiff. If I was to daily drive the car the stage one mounts would be ideal.
Yea, that should be interesting. We will still be running the 245 hankooks, on the plus side tire wear will be minimal?
I got my Ground Control camber plates installed Friday night and an alignment on saturday. I am very pleased with the outcome, 3.06 degrees of camber in the front and almost 2 degrees in the rear....
3.06 degrees of camber in front and 1.5 degrees in the rear, Autocross season here I come!
Ground control front camber plates on the R32, alignment tomorrow to see how much camber I can get!
Yep, clearly worth it!
It's true, I saw it.
Darn, this will be the first year I will miss this. I have Autocross both saturday and sunday, have fun guys!
I don't think this is going to work out.
Sounds like the novice school for autocross would be a good thing for her, the teen driving school wouldn't hurt but it sounds a lot like the class she has already taken.
MAC puts on a teen driving school that would be a great thing for her. They go over car control and get a chance to drive on the skid pad at DCTC.
Is anyone planning on giving it a shot this year? I would love to see more euro cars at these events, usual only 2 to 3 volkswagens at most events and an audi here and there with a few well prepped...
Looks like they will be just fine, 360 treadwear is going to be just fine if it freezes. For reference, mine are 140 and can not freeze. Most 200 and under tires shouldn't freeze for fear of ruining...
It all depends on whether they are actually "summer" tires as apposed to a summer biased all season.