Mainly for looks. But wouldn't the increased track help on track?Seen them fail on track. Well, in the pits anyway. Which was a pain in the arse for the guy. Honestly if you want spacers for the looks then feel free but personally I'd be taking them off for track use, less potential failure points the better.
Should we do a group buy on them?Enough dicking about.. drop the 1.6 K4M engine in it for instant 220bhp.
Yeah, they do run wider track, using other means than spacers, but spacers are the easy option lolIf you notice a difference in handling you're a better man than I.
My thinking is how many racers use spacers? If they worked well they would but instead they increase track width using other methods.
I felt it tramlined and felt nurvous under brakingYeah, I like it
It looks just the right amount of wide without being full blown racecar/scene stance.
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Seems to tramline on bad roads and it feels a bit wider on the road, but otherwise it's no different. Its probably a placebo but there's something different from the drivers seat.
Lol! It's not actually proper liquid yellow as I sprayed the pearl coat over what looks like a focus st orange base.I want a ly stanley knife now. Wherw did you get the paint from mate?
BMW space grey is nice. It matches the anthracite decals on the r27s. Have a look at the last page or so in here, I did my track wheels that colourThat is a good match. I'm trying to find a nice sparkly grey for my wheels and some other bits. Not found anything I really like yet though.