I believe that is correct last I heard, David. 200 TW only for street, street touring will continue on with 140 TW as usual.
Lmao, never thought booster cables would come in handy for a painting project! I was so wrong...Everything's ready and wiped down, but the radar said chance of rain. This is the only day I have to do this so makeshift paint booth to the rescue! It did start raining during the process and a couple droplets made it on to the wheels. They turned out slightly less than perfect, but they'll do considering the weather.
The wheels are far from ideal, but they're perfect for the price (used). More importantly it gets me into the right size. I don't think 7.5"s would cut it.Not sure if you're serious, but I don't think 19.6 pounds is all that bad for a 17x9. My old 17x9 SSR Comps (original, lighter version) were 16.3 pounds.
I didn't say it wasn't significant. I said I don't think it's all that bad.3.3 lbs a corner... that's not significant to you... :huh::huh::huh:
They are the same height as the Mazdaspeed coilovers. I ran my old car at Nationals with the stock endlinks on those. I'm pretty sure I was getting some binding though, as the front end never really felt good. This was especially noticeable at turn-in.What is your plan for the front sway? The awr housings have significantly lower endlink mounting points.