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Old 06-03-2019, 10:17 PM
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Old 06-04-2019, 12:11 AM
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Old 06-04-2019, 12:25 AM
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Weird, all of that performance work and then running stretched tires? I assume the rear wheel lift was just a photo op shot with severely screwed up shock/swaybar settings? Sorry to rain on the parade, just looks another checkbook build for instagram fame.
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Weird, all of that performance work and then running stretched tires? I assume the rear wheel lift was just a photo op shot with severely screwed up shock/swaybar settings? Sorry to rain on the parade, just looks another checkbook build for instagram fame.
Tire widths look perfect to me.

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Looks fantastic.

I remember watching the YouTube pick up in Japan and then the delivery out of the container there in your alley. Glad to got those fuel bugs ironed out.

What's a beautiful car. Smooth fender RWB's are amazing.
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beautiful build
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Weird, all of that performance work and then running stretched tires?.
It's not easy to find enough wide tires to 12 inch rims that doesn't look stretched.
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nice with power to boot, there's also a Sunburts one with Promodet engine for sale at PCARMARKET
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Originally Posted by Greg Wolfe View Post
Tire widths look perfect to me.

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Too much negative camber. Looks like a hot rod Honda owned by an 18 year old.
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Compare (wheel faces straight up and down - zero negative camber):



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Too much negative camber. Looks like a hot rod Honda owned by an 18 year old.
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Compare (wheel faces straight up and down - zero negative camber):


Yeah, we totally disagree here. First, that Honda looks nothing like the RWB, I can't find any similarities. Second, yes, I want all of my sports cars with a little negative camber. Daily driver, sure I'm not so worried about it.

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Originally Posted by Greg Wolfe View Post
Yeah, we totally disagree here. First, that Honda looks nothing like the RWB, I can't find any similarities. Second, yes, I want all of my sports cars with a little negative camber. Daily driver, sure I'm not so worried about it.

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Why would you want negative camber? It DETRACTS from the car’s handling and causes the tires to wear unevenly. The kids do it to their cars because they like the look. It’s a fad that will soon pass, like all fads.
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If negative camber improved handling, you would see actual factory race cars set up that way. You do not.

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Not only is that a poor comparison, it's completely wrong information. Check the alignment specs on 964 race cars.
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