Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by Ryuhei, Jan 29, 2004.
Little frosted up. Looks like you got it started.
The pig starts fine every day and gets me where I need to go, I just hate that it gets so salty. I wash it off and it ges all salty again in a few seconds.
oh but i am jealous, very much so
i bet RWD is fun in the snow and ice.
VERY fun. Doughnuts, powerslides, e-brake pulls. VERY VERY FUN MOFOERZ.
Pimp dude...M6, right?
Yes, M6. Mods in sig.
Oh wait, that's an old sig. Here's the real sig:
2002 Sunset Orange M6 Z28
MTI lid, Holley filter, SLP bellows
Comp 224/224 .581/.581 114 cam, Hooker longtubes
Pro 5.0 w/short stick, Magnaflow cat-back, BMR SFC's & STB
should get rid of those ugly stock wheels
ZR1's are my fav wheel for camaros, i'd even put em on my firebird if i had the money
I hate the stock wheels too. I want to get some of those 5 spoke ones that are on TA's. They are pictured in the site below.
i like that two-spoke design leaning all over that fireturd.
actually, those wheels on the TA are not bad
i really am jealous.. camaros kick ass
I'm very happy with my Magnaflow. It's all stainless steel and I got it on a group purchase so it was less than $400. It has a nice low rumbly sound and it's not overly loud at idle. It got alot louder when I did the longtubes, off road Y-pipe, and cam, but that's to be expected.
You're the boss.
Best set of wheels to get, are the ZR1s in 17x9" front, and 17x11" in the rear, it really helps the handling of the car. I would run a 275mm in the front, and 295-305mm in the rear. For 17x11" your going to need an offset shim if they are not custom made. A set of two can be ordered out of Summit for only $20, and you will need slightly longer wheel studs, wich are also fairly cheep.
I've seen cars with 17x9.5's up front and 17x11's in the back. Looks nice and mean. If I do go aftermarket though, to save on weight and money I'm just gonna do 17x9.5's with 275/40's all the way around, biatch.
I didn't know that ZR-1 wheels would fit a F-body. I thought I you had to run GS wheels.
there are a number of aftermarket companies that make the ZR1 style wheels, with proper backspacing for an F-body, but even true ZR1 wheels will fit with the use of a spacer. GS wheels still don't have the exact backspacing, but they have enough to get away with it, without causing problems.
I am 100% not jealous