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      02-06-2013, 02:45 PM   #1
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death to Sessanta

Swapped in some GC camber plates yesterday which allowed me 18x9 w 255/35/18 up front. Put the 235 Vredestein's on the back for some rapage.

Now time for the 255's on the rear........:help




got to love a quick spooling 35r setup. I can modulate anywhere from 2500 to redline and keep the tires squealing in delight.

this was on low boost on the spring (13psi) as the 235's were downright scary even in 4th gear when running ~17psi.
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Very nice. You could have entered the burnout distance trial on the upcoming episode of Top Gear UK.
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Very nice. You could have entered the burnout distance trial on the upcoming episode of Top Gear UK.
havent seen that one yet!

I could have kept going but a car showed up wayyyyy behind me so it was time to get the hell out of Mexico .
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Guess that was a little much for them......



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...when the road bites back.
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Damn, nice!
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Ground control camber plates are on along with square 255/35/18 Michelin PSS! Now its time for a full rear end tear down and rebuild including new clutch disks in the LSD. lots of work ahead!

What it looks like now, this is FILTHY for my car but who cares, its been hiding in the garage mainly. Too cold to wash.

This is 6 threads from full low on all 4 corners on the GC coilovers, happy with it I think.







excuse the crappy cell pics.

oh, and yes, its a ridiculous exercise in self control with this car on summer tires right now....
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