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AutoX advice needed.
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(11-14-2008, 11:09 PM)ej815 Wrote:  imo you will benefit more as a driver in stock form and then building it up than just throwing on parts and giving it a go.. it will give you an idea of how parts actually work and feel like. i say learn the car first and feel out what needs improvement you will save money as well...

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Good thinking on staying stock for now. Unless the rules have changed, you can change out your shocks (not springs), your wheels, as long as they're the same size and +/- 5 (?) offset of your stock wheels, front sway bar, and tires.

For beginners, I'd not go with Azenis. The stickier tires tend to mask bad habits and even poor lines taken. I started with Bridgestone RE730's (which is now 760's, I believe). Great tires for the money, IMO. Lasted near 30k miles with several auto-x events, too. I hear Kumho ASX's are great tires, too (along with SPT?), and they're cheaper than Bridgestones.
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