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post #4891 of 20635 Old 10-06-2013, 07:31 AM
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Made me look, huh? Thanks a lot. Oh you poor little thing...

How much do you have to mod to get it to drive correctly like that

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post #4892 of 20635 Old 10-06-2013, 09:12 AM
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Can one of you guys with a hard top post a picture of your front corner seals (Where it rests on the windshield)? I just got some replacements from q-tec and they don't look quite right.
I would really appreciate it.
What's a corner seal? lol

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post #4893 of 20635 Old 10-06-2013, 01:54 PM
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How much do you have to mod to get it to drive correctly like that

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I doubt ya drive that one, its probably hydraulic.

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post #4894 of 20635 Old 10-06-2013, 02:00 PM
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This is true hellaflush, those other cars are just extreme.

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This is true hellaflush, those other cars are just extreme. love my jeep
Are they bagged for a stance and air back up for driving or just slammed out on stiff coilovers? That's gotta be a terrible ride.

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post #4896 of 20635 Old 10-06-2013, 03:00 PM
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My $0.02, such extreme camber angles should be banned from the road. You are removing 90% of the tires contact with the road, which in turn gives you about as much grip as a smooth river rock on a wet, polished granite surface.

I have watched ricers think they can bob and weave in and out of traffic with their wheels like this, only to fishtail their **** into the guard rail and total it, possibly severely injure themselves while they're at it. Not only that, but you wear your tires down hellaquick (see what I did there?). With the prices of these tires they use, you're blowing over a grand every 5-6000 miles on just rubber.

Lessons to be learned: Don't be retarded, keep all your tread on the ground.

I don't care if you're slammed and hellaflush with your wheels square with the road, sometimes that looks awesome infact. But extreme-ing the hell out of your camber just for a look.... Well, it definitely gave you a look. You look retarded.

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post #4897 of 20635 Old 10-06-2013, 03:34 PM
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My $0.02, such extreme camber angles should be banned from the road. You are removing 90% of the tires contact with the road, which in turn gives you about as much grip as a smooth river rock on a wet, polished granite surface.

I have watched ricers think they can bob and weave in and out of traffic with their wheels like this, only to fishtail their **** into the guard rail and total it, possibly severely injure themselves while they're at it. Not only that, but you wear your tires down hellaquick (see what I did there?). With the prices of these tires they use, you're blowing over a grand every 5-6000 miles on just rubber.

Lessons to be learned: Don't be retarded, keep all your tread on the ground.

I don't care if you're slammed and hellaflush with your wheels square with the road, sometimes that looks awesome infact. But extreme-ing the hell out of your camber just for a look.... Well, it definitely gave you a look. You look retarded.
Agreed my Integra is lowered a bit on sport struts and racing springs. 18x8

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Agreed my Integra is lowered a bit on sport struts and racing springs. 18x8 meats all tread touching. I spent alot of money making it low with straight up wheels.

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[QUOTE="Xpress;16602617"]My $0.02, such extreme camber angles should be banned from the road. You are removing 90% of the tires contact with the road, which in turn gives you about as much grip as a smooth river rock on a wet, polished granite surface.

Although I do agree with no insanely extremely cambers, a lil camber can help handling. Ask any NASCAR driver, or dirt track bandit.

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Looks stupid....but hey this is how I feel about it


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Looks stupid....but hey this is how I feel about it
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What's a corner seal? lol
Lol. I think I can make these work, they just don't fit perfectly.
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Although I do agree with no insanely extremely cambers, a lil camber can help handling. Ask any NASCAR driver, or dirt track bandit.
I'm aware, camber is helpful in racing applications, but having 15*+ of camber is just asking for it.

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I'm aware, camber is helpful in racing applications, but having 15*+ of camber is just asking for it.
I'm just giving you a hard time. Even the way my lil car is set up it rides rough. But if mommy ain't happy, nobody's happy. Right?

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