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Old 13-08-2017, 09:16 PM   #211
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Default Re: Even hotter Kia Stinger in the works

Originally Posted by Fordman1 View Post
Hey Bluey, get a mouth guard so your teeth don't rattle out.
Small cars designed for track use = compromise.
I've been in a golf R and it too was much less than compliant.
Hell ... my daughters Mazda 2 with chunky sidewalls would still see you bite your tongue in half over bumps and corrugations if you're not careful.
Small car short wheelbase syndrome.....
2006 BFGT with mods
FPV style with BPR attitude
Difilippo headers ceramic coated - X Force twin 2.5 inch stainless zorst - Yella Terra CAI - Yella Terra Dual intake Plenum - Ford racing twin 60mm TB - Underdrives - PWR Race radiator - Shockworks adjustable coil overs - GT335 19 x 8.5 wheels front - 19 x 9.5 wheels rear - Michelin Pilot Supersports - Brembos all round w braided lines - factory sunroof
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