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    Default ITB S2000 (296hp)

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    very nice

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    that is pretty beast...


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    Japanese engineering: We'll just but 100000lb springs on the car so the suspension doesn't move. That way it won't do anything bad.

    ...Cool car though. I bet it'd be faster if they would free up the suspension some, and get rid of that "bounce".

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    Quote Originally Posted by J. Tyler View Post
    Japanese engineering: We'll just but 100000lb springs on the car so the suspension doesn't move. That way it won't do anything bad.

    ...Cool car though. I bet it'd be faster if they would free up the suspension some, and get rid of that "bounce".
    Well, maybe not true, japanese tuners make a lot of soft springs and stiff shock combo, in fact most of the time they make coilovers like that. And GT500 driver Orido personally said in Macau Grand Prix last year that he couldnt adapt to Euro team cars because of their stiff springs setup compared to Japanese cars with more body roll. In this video, the F19 rear R17 springs may be a lil overkilling, but thats just some reader's ride who got chosen to be on BM this month for having individual throttle body, which is really cool, haha!

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