|11-16-2005 10:17 AM|
|MyBlackST||th svtf is still in gs|
|11-16-2005 09:50 AM|
|Carrera26||I haven't heard anything mentioned about the SVTF, in any way, so I can only assume it's status quo from last year.|
|11-15-2005 05:32 PM|
|thedaemon||Is SVT still in GS?|
|11-10-2005 12:28 PM|
Yes, especially because the smaller wheels help gearing, and with the Stock-class legal adjustable dampers you can adjust for the change.
It's not just the power lost in the rotating mass, it's also a lot less weight for the suspension to control, which means better suspension response, especially on bumpy surfaces.
|11-10-2005 11:43 AM|
|Oni||So, you run lighter wheels for the benefit of just carrying less mass, and it reduces the amount of power lost in rotating that extra mass. But is the loss in wheel stiffness/response that negligible that the minor weight saving is more important?|
|11-10-2005 07:52 AM|
|MyBlackST||The mazda3 5 door and sp comes with 160hp and 17"rims and better tires. Plus the suspension is a little better. But with the right driver we can take em.|
|11-09-2005 08:22 PM|
|Oni||I doubt it too, but it just is currently placed that way. Wouldn't make any sense to me... or all the autocrosser out there. That's good to see the Spec V's going to GS. That'll hopefully bring in a little more competition here locally.|
|11-09-2005 08:20 PM|
Re: Re: SCCA HS auto-x class
|11-09-2005 04:12 PM|
|Carrera26||Yeah, never really had much problem with the Spec-Vs, I thought that they were mis-classed in DS.|
|11-09-2005 03:19 PM|
Sentra SE-R is going from DS to GS.
Here's the Fastrack info:
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