You're also supposed to replace it every few years. So unless you got that kind of time...
Nothing wrong with building the car normally for now. If you decide to lift it later you will have the knowledge and experience to do it. Our cars really are rather nose-heavy and long-nosed for a Rally-X situation. It would be cool for sure, and I've always wanted to lift a Cougar myself but there's a lot of satisfaction in just building a nice car too.my dilemma is this, I'm starting to like the idea of just restoring the car and driving it and getting a different (RWD) car for rallyx, what do you all think?
It's looking more and more like I'm going to build this car as a street car and look into a different car for RallyX, so this might not be an issue But even if I do end up RallyX'ing the car, my feeling is I'll use the 15" wheels + rally tires when I take it to the track.Great choice! Probably the WORST choice for rallycross, because of their propensity to bend, but excellent street wheel.