den-t

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About den-t

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    '02 GT30
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    Ex mountain biker
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    Tauranga

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  1. Well, that might be a grand total of three attendees. Am still keen.
  2. Nope. Only Outbacks left there, same as here. All 7th gen Legacy are left-hand drive and made in US. Some inspiration for the guys in "Lowered Outbacks" thread?
  3. > Why do 003's do it? I'd say they just provoke more aggressive driving. It's kind of a compliment to the tires, not really a negative thing. Even if it seems like you're going full nana it's probably not the case. You'd have fitted Turanza or Ecopia for slow and steady. Personal experience: 3 cars, 4 sets, stock suspension, 0.5-1.2 degree negative camber, no track days, getting around 40-50K from them (yeah, that low, I know, totally worth it :), outside edge dies first... A couple of more extreme examples from circuit driving.
  4. Welcome to RE003. They do that. Just swap fronts and rears frequently. Can also ask for a bit more negative camber when doing alignment. Ah, and make sure alignment was done to Legacy specs not Outback...
  5. Well... Totally know the place, lived under low flying planes for a while. But that would be someone else's turn. I moved to Tauranga.
  6. Seems the biggest clearance issue will be between the tire and the spring perch. Just measure how much you currently got. If there's less than 15 mm in there you have your answer. People use Outback struts as a workaround. Bit dodgy for my liking.
  7. Hi Bobby. Unless someone tried that exact setup there's no certainty. There's a thread with many-many wheels. Yours will be the third wheel in that post https://forums.nasioc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2239019#6 Width should be a non-issue granted the same offset. But you're trying to add an inch of height. So will need 13 mm of clearance up top. Please also note, some tires, I'm looking at you RE003, are mighty fat compared to the same sizes from other manufacturers.
  8. Yay. New: Should be darn easy.
  9. Old? Wrights Hill Fortress. Not sure, can't see Subru's photos anymore.
  10. Related question. Could someone please advise if impedance could be different on front/rear channels without damaging the amplifier?
  11. Killed front pads on this trip. Please pace yourselves. With engine braking, the pads were due.
  12. New: Sorry for the scratches on the car. The rear bumper is a mess. It'll take a while to fix. Just bought her recently. Checked the forum before taking a photo.
  13. Easy indeed. The old place was Block Road Skateboard Park. If I'll get this one the next one will be less urban. As per @IZichard, getting there should be somewhat exciting.