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Tips for autox??
it cost me about 300 bucks from but thats just for the seat the rails are 150.. for your first event just go and have fun see how it is.. get used to the bare basics of your car... you dont have to get coilovers yet cuz if your a noob at this your probably going to get rocked by stock cars.. i know i did when i first started haha
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Ohh so thats what zoops meant about no to the coilovers. i see.
Thanks for the tips and advice guys! Appreciate a bunch bigthumbup
tip from skwirt: stay on the track Big Grin
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(02-04-2011, 11:47 AM)MATTCH Wrote:  Wow, putting other peoples fitment issues to shame one pic at a time. Nice.
Haha, i'll try.
Is there a big difference between ground controls and neuspeed coilovers? cause i'm thinking if i should make the switch and at the same time get new stock struts since funds are limited

BTW, i installed 93? honda prelude SI bucket seats in my car. They hold me in good!!!
Forget it. I read enough of great reviews on the koni/ground control setup. soooo...i'll do some autox runs with the neuspeed coilovers for now until i have enough saved for the setup.
The best tip i can tell you is to take a pro driver with you. I took my friend that is an avid racer for a the past few years. I made the mistake of going in a modified class but i actually did well in my first one. Make sure not to get too soft of springs and buy some white shoe polish to put on your tires to check for roll.

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