We talkin' Fourza or Fiveza? Cuz if it's Fourza, I've got a garage full of readily tuned cars already. I could reactivate XBL and be down for this. »
I would get one, presented the right deal. They've had time to iron out the launch car reliability issues and for the aftermarket to build up a backlog.
I'd run it as-is for about a year, to get used to how the chassis handles the limits. Then I'd do the following upgrades, in this order:
-Brake upgrade »
I've always wanted to do something similar and swap in a K20A2 into an AW11 MR2.
Like this one: »
Don't do it.
End of session.
If you absolutely must do it, get some awesome winter tires. These things understeered like you wouldn't believer when it gets slippery. »
You pull back to shift up and forward to shift down because that's how it is in race-prepped sequential gearboxes and rally dogboxes. The reasoning behind it is sound, as well. When accelerating, and hence needing to upshift, you are being subjected to g-forces that push you backward. Pulling back to upshift during… »
Possibly a flat-bottom? I have the same problem as you, to the point that I've just taken the 1-st gen Miata off my To Buy list and replaced it with the AW11 MR2, which I DO fit into with respectable amounts of room between the wheel bottom and my legs. »
I'll be picking one up later in the fall, once work on the Audi is at a stopping point for a while. »
Any car can turn bad in a couple of years if neglected.
Of course, if you've owned your Mazda 2 for a couple years and haven't at least explored your options in the performance aftermarket, maybe you should've bought a different car, mystery person trying to race Nissan Cubes... »
Mercedes on the Ring driving like a Mercedes driver. BMW on the Ring using grammar like a BMW driver. :-P »
Ayup, I found your problem. You need to rotate the Jeep ninety degrees clockwise. Then rotate the background ninety degrees counter-clockwise. The rotate the entire image ninety degrees clockwise. »