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01-10-2006 10:45 PM
svtfocus17 hey guys just curious of what class ill be in this year??
...i got a svtf wit sts, k&n drop in filter, prothane rear sway bar bushings, a tune and high flow cat...

i was planning on gettin soem 16inch focus wheels to cut down the rotating mass good idea or no?
01-10-2006 10:03 PM
Klondike my car is all stock so far, cept a front strut bar, and yea a new HU, prolly go to local junkyard see if they got any 4x108 15's
01-10-2006 08:02 PM
FSP Focus ZX3
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Originally posted by Klondike
k cool, gotta find some of those wheels then for autox season
Easier said than done. Be careful of the mods you make, you can get bumped in class for the most ridiculous things. When I changed my steering wheel they bumped me from STS (Street Touring) to FSP (F Street prepared).
01-01-2006 04:09 PM
Klondike k cool, gotta find some of those wheels then for autox season
12-31-2005 07:59 PM
Angelus897 ^15x6 and 16x6 yes, 17x7 no.
12-31-2005 04:21 PM
Klondike 1 more quick question, i have the lx model and those only came with 14inch steelies, so if i got 15 16 or 17 inch stock wheels that other sedans came with i could run with those?
12-31-2005 02:22 PM
Angelus897 ^ Cool, gotta make a mount before the season begins (sweet, only a month's wait, give or take).
12-31-2005 02:05 PM
DirtyDeeds A chase cam is just a standard video camera, usually mounted inside the car to a headrest, dash, roll bar, etc. I have seen a few mounted outside of the car, but then you canít see what the driver is doing inside the car and if the camera fell off, that would just plain suck and ruin your day.

Are they helpful??? Yes. Especially if you can see what the driver is doing along with the view outside the windshield.

Between runs, you can analyze the video from your last run and look for mistakes, areas to improve, etc.
12-31-2005 01:46 PM
zx3freak so the cam would help?
12-31-2005 01:22 PM
Angelus897 What's a chase cam? Just a normal camera mounted in the cockpit?
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