Thanks man, sorry forgot price. Did you feel a big difference with this bar? What dis you experience? Maybe you can talk me into keeping it haha
Nice, thanks man!Regular driving, not much. Around the numerous freeway cloverleafs, high speed curved freeway onramps and canyon roads (ACH, GMR, Azusa canyon, etc), yes. Bit less body roll and feels more neutral. This is probably enough, it's pretty fun to toss around. I'd consider a matching 26mm front bar if I needed work up there, but I think it's enough for the driving I'm currently doing.
Open to offers !FS: Neuspeed RSe10 Satin Midnight Blue 19x8 et:45 on 235/35 tires decent life. One tire is brand new.
When I was cleaning the wheels I unfortunately found a minor crack on bottom right wheel. Idk how long the crack was there but I ran it and had no issues. I can either buy a brand new wheel or you can take them as is!
I have additional photos if needed
Bump…help me clear this out so I can get more race car parts. HAHAHAALocation: SoCal (Torrance)
FS: (3) Race bucket seats (will not come with brackets, slider or adapter), light weight, good used conditions, always removed and stored inside, seats are a little dusty from sitting in the garage, FIA expired, will work great for autocross and track events, universal fit to different cars with the right bracket and slider, asking $400 per seat
*(pictures coming soon)
1 - Sparco Rev, ultra-light weight fiberglass shell, evolved from the EVO seat, the Rev is designed for the smaller driver
2X - Cobra Suzuka Pro Fit, kevlar shell, is an incredibly safe, lighter and more rigid (than similar fiberglass seats) and deep sided for positive driver location
Part out tires? Trade for race seat?
FS: TSW Bathurst 17x9 et50 with Hankook R-S4