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Simon Mac

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It's hard to tell from the photo's are those Yokohama's or Toyo's ? Also what pressures are you running hot and cold? smartass.gif

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It's hard to tell from the photo's are those Yokohama's or Toyo's ? Also what pressures are you running hot and cold? smartass.gif

 

They are special order JDM Bridgestones... exceptional in the wet, as they have "paddy tread", though they are noisy and give a harsh ride on dry roads!!!

 

Baseline pressures hot are 36.072 psi front, 34.493 rear. I bias the left / right by 0.642 psi depending if I'm going clockwise/anti-clockwise round the garden :P

 

On a semi-serious note, I have done a geo-mod on it though! The rear track is nearly double stock :o It was supposed to fit through a doorway, but it was scary as it felt like it would tip over. As it weighs almost as much as the Lotus having it tip on you would lead to a very bad day, it's much better now.

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