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    Bored at work and stumbled onto this.....
    http://www.tunerzine.com/view_articl.../n2-style-ae86

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    i really want to fit 15's to my N2

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    hows the spring rates
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    12kgs front and 8kgs rear?

    seems a tad extreme.
    be feeling the bumps on the road that arent even there yet

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    it would have its purpose
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    what would it be suited to?

    more drift or..... i got no idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by tunerzine
    These hardcore AE86 are built for N2 racing and every piece on its body functions
    Says it right there.

    14s>15s

    EDIT: HOLY FUCK THAT CAR IS AWESOME.
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    yep built for circuit it is, and gotta say that hachi is off da heeeezy apart from the wing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeschmo_57 View Post
    12kgs front and 8kgs rear?

    seems a tad extreme.
    be feeling the bumps on the road that arent even there yet
    I run 10k front and 8k rear springs and it's pretty tight, but does not feel remarkably stiffer than say 8k-6k (which is quite common...) There is literally next to no roll. I like to feel exactly what each corner is doing and get plenty of feedback from the front end.
    Worth noting that Keiichi had 12K-10K in the "Touge Monster" Trueno (featured in Hot Version 41+42 and later AE86Club series) but I think this also comes down to driver preference. For a daily these rates could be extreme, but be ideal for a dedicated track or competition car if it suits your driving style.

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