it came off :bigpimp:Andawyr said:Those pictures from before or after your new paint job? :lmao:
Speaking of which, was all that white paint successfully removed?
Professional paint removal...Andawyr said:Did you get it all off yourself, or did you pay to have it done?
And, how did you get the paint off?
(man, talk about thread hihacking :angel: )
Cool. I'll file that bit of information away, where hopefully I'll never have to use it.nate328Ci said:
Professional paint removal...
I think they used Clay Magic clay bars...
Size isn't that important. It is the width that countsMystikal said:Hey Nate, only on these boards do our wheels look so small.
It is time to go to a driving school and learn :thumb:RichP said:definetly understeer...good for those of us that dont know what they are doing
LOL, I see you've been reading one of Maxim's "What Girls Really Want" articles.nate328Ci said:
Size isn't that important. It is the width that counts
225s are good all around :thumb:
How did you manage to do that?Mystikal said:
I nearly scared the crap out of myself this past weekend when my car went into a smooth tail-out attitude as I was pulling out of a side street. Fun once I figured out it was controllable, but makes me really wonder what novice drivers would do without DSC. My ASC didn't even blink once during the entire thing.
ah, I see. Yea, if my rear tires are wet, I ALWAYS spin them pulling out on a street. Never have a tail out situation though. :dunno: How far out did the back go?Mystikal said:I neglected to add that the tires were still slightly damp in a few spots from an earlier rain shower. The pavement itself was bone dry at that particular location, but the tires probably still had a bit of water on them from a less-travelled street or something. I was simply coming from a dead stop in first, and at about 60% throttle I'd say. After realizing what was happening and gaining control of it I put 'er in second and continued the slow slide without any ASC intervention. Also, having the factory Conti's helped a bit too.
The back went out far enough to require about a 45* countersteer to land in the correct lane.nate328Ci said:
ah, I see. Yea, if my rear tires are wet, I ALWAYS spin them pulling out on a street. Never have a tail out situation though. :dunno: How far out did the back go?
Contisports? It look as if in your sig pic, the tire is underinflated