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Topic Review (Newest First)
01-23-2004 07:32 PM
PLracing Tri a H&R cup kit. I love mine
01-22-2004 01:53 AM
wrcRS Falken and Kuhmo make GREAT tires for autoXing. I am considering getting some R compound tires as we up in AK only drive for like three months of summer.
01-20-2004 09:21 PM
lanting90 who makes some good tires then-some i cane race on, but still last me a while on the street for daily drivin
01-20-2004 01:21 PM
Egz I feel STS is easier than SP. But thats just my opinion. Don't have to buy R's in STS.
01-20-2004 01:15 PM
Focus_ryter Last year I ran in H-Stock. This year I am getting springs and strut tower bars and tires of course. I am not sure if I should H&R springs or Eibach Pro springs. But I think springs are going to be great due to the fact that Foci seem to sit tall. Depends if you want to stay in stock class or go to Street Prepared or even STS.
01-20-2004 07:14 AM
Infra3sv I wouldn't get springs. When you do you'll be bumped up one or more classes.
01-20-2004 02:53 AM
wrcRS I have to say that TIRES are the first thing that you should buy. They take off like a good 2 seconds off your times if you go with R compounds. Then work on struts/shocks and springs.
01-20-2004 12:13 AM
lanting90
autocross springs

sup all-what whould be a good low cost autocross suspension system(ie;springs,shocks/struts-busings ect-also, what all should i do 2 my car before i take it 2 the track suspension wise??many thankz!

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