It will also cuase your odometer to be off. but i guess if your drag racing it your not to worried about resale valueI went with 40's but I would recommend 45 or 50's because the G-Force TA's I have look real small with the stockers on the front. But there is also a positive to the smaller tire is that it raises the gear ratio some without changing gears... I am going to end up with at least two sets of DR's and just figure out which size/brand fits my driving best.. My speedo in the car says I'm doing 45 when my nav system says I'm doing 41... I guess it will save me from some tickets if I don't think about it too much
they are 275/50/17's not 40's and they fit perfect on a stock 8 inch rim.Nice ^^^
I plan on putting the M&H 275/40 17 on my stock rims
M&H Racemaster Drag Radial 275/50R17 [MH-275-50R-17] - $198.00
the price is right
I only have about 6,000 miles on mine and I try to avoid the rain at all costs, but I have been caught a couple of times and didn't have any problems :dunnohas anyone heard anything about the good DR? Are they only good in dry weather ? I know nittos are not the best DR for hooking up but they are the best out of the DR in all weather and last the longest.
We're stuck on street tune right now. Not even sure if we'll go back to the track until we get at least 1 race tune on C16 and 16lbs boost.How's the car doin?
That's the stock hood. To the right of it, on the ground is the stock spoiler, rearend and exhaust. Girlfriend gives me grief almost daily about all that stuff just lying around.Is that a new hood in the garage Steve??