Razkal wrote:well...by oem, i mean oem FC3S (2nd gen) equipment. which my car was upgraded, using the front subframe and rear subframe. so i understand that the penalties will be given as they weren't original equipment on MY car.
my question lies in, if i were to ditch those oem bits and replace them with say....evo7 brembos (which happen to bolt onto FC hubs) and thicker rear sway and slightly thicker front sway...more penalties? or same?
pete wrote:Raz, you shouldn't get points for lowering springs AND coilovers, it would just be the coilovers alone.
adriano7910 wrote:also i think higher classed base cars should have a greater first class bump penalty higher than the lower classes.
eg. i doubt lets say a stock wrx with oem lsd and coilovers (class bump) can compete against a (stock) sti on coilovers alone.
currently correct.moti wrote:stock LSD etc accumulates points
wagonrunner wrote:currently correct.moti wrote:stock LSD etc accumulates points
It is an advantage over a non equipped stock car.
wagonrunner wrote:I don't think you're wrong.
The determination was an LSD equipped car has an advantage over a non LSD equipped car.
doesn't matter OEM or aftermarket.
Hence points once it has LSD in current rules
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