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hicklinc

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i'm looking to import an s15 and was wondering if there is any difference in the different models handling and chassis wise
 
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wolvreen

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Yes Type R is the best, ignore the rest.
Also some years have better turbos.
 
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hicklinc

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well i was thinking of getting a rolling chassis for a project so engines not important or ground effects i'm just thinking of the chassis and handling
 
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spec R are still the way forward.... they have better chassis bracing! :)
 
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wolvreen

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Omg what did I do? Has he bought a Honda on my advice?
Noooooooooo!!!!!
 
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YazS150

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What are the wheels on that guy's car with the wide body and carbon bonnet...its for sale now on pistonheads and on here...they look quite nice as well
 
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wolvreen

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They are Rota Torques if you mean pablos ex car now sold to Juice.
Before it was Rota GTR's in favour with the SX's now its the Torques.
 
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YazS150

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They are Rota Torques if you mean pablos ex car now sold to Juice.
Before it was Rota GTR's in favour with the SX's now its the Torques.
:thumbs:CHeers for the info fella!!:thumbs:

Volks r soooo expensive.....where r the best prices...and do u think 17s up front and 18s rear is a good idea?? I personally think that smaller front rims give for quicker turning thats y i want to do that.
 

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:thumbs:CHeers for the info fella!!:thumbs:

Volks r soooo expensive.....where r the best prices...and do u think 17s up front and 18s rear is a good idea?? I personally think that smaller front rims give for quicker turning thats y i want to do that.
interesting..... :rotfl:
 
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Pazz

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Think of the rolling radius, not the rim radius. Rim width concerns tyre profile and therefore ride comfort and "hook".
 
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YazS150

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Think of the rolling radius, not the rim radius. Rim width concerns tyre profile and therefore ride comfort and "hook".
I was thinking 215/45/17 front and 245/35 or 40/18 rear
 
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Pazz

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the 40/18s would prolly be a tad too large for the rear. You dont want a wedge look. But the others sound okay.
 
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