yah like sorry it wsa late the letter x and z are next to in the keyboardneological said:i get your point. It's a happy medium. 19's in the back are still fine for racing with a Z, but 19's in the front aren't helping you any but don't hurt much either. They just stray to the impractical side of the line.
crz = Honda CRX?
yah heavy, but not really on needing to loose weight that is so critical at all, while the car is heavy, the ammount of torque it puts out allows the Z to still win races, stock by stock, while the Z will ovbiously not handle on a curbe like an rx-8 its handles its suprisingly good enough that once they clear the curve it can easily take off, teh power band and gears on the Z/G help quit a bit tooneological said:I beg to differ. Zs are heavy for their size. The curb weight of a Track edition is 3,370 pounds. That makes an Evo IX look svelte at 3,263 pounds and is heavier than an STi at 3,351 - both with heavy AWD systems. It is also an inarguably smaller car with no backseat. That car needs to lose a lot of weight in every way possible.
In any case of course it doesn't hurt to do some weight reduction
no a crX lol thats why its funnyneological said:Does he own a Z?
werd =]neological said:235/45/17 - 235/45/17...Kumho Ecsta ASX. It's wintertime.