1999 3.0 SilFro
Pretty much always. The RE-71Rs don’t like the heat. I hear the new Falken RT-660s are much better. That will probably be my next tire choice once these are done.
Ha, you know, it would have definitely been a help this time - but I don't think it would be good the other 90% of the time. I do like my power out of hairpins from that 4.06; the car still really surprises me with how hard it pulls on the low end.Time for a zetec final drive
Indeed, that's DEFINITELY something you don't see in the cones. The older generations like this one were still relatively small by today's standards, and this one's all been brought up to STi-spec and then some, with a very low ride height, very wide tires, and a TON of power. All-wheel-drive is definitely a benefit on a damp track, too. The car was initially only set up as an insane street car built to embarrass Camaros and Mustangs in 3-honk freeway pulls, but the guy has recently fallen for the cornering bug. It's definitely capable.A Subaru Forester!? That's a new one on the list for me.