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Flared fenders? We don't need no stinking flared fenders -

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jeeze, that thing is running on the sidewalls.

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a few more with the ' correct ' tire and rim

size, and no fender flares - just a slight fender-roll

or a few hard tuggs on the fender.

Fat-Bodies cost top speed !

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Even though I am about to fit 225.45.15 tires under 4" Grp2 flares, I did run my car for more than 10 years with 205.50.15 RA1s under stock flares. "Stock" meaning rolled, and with camber plates. Rear wheels are very upright as the subframe mounts have been reversed to increase contact patch andreduce rear camber/toe.

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This car is a FIA Group1 racecar. It is an original ! 2002TI. No flares, no other rims and no other tires are allowed....

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This car is a FIA Group1 racecar. It is an original ! 2002TI. No flares, no other rims and no other tires are allowed....

Wolle

We' ve spoken before....I d like to ask you a few questions......can you e me?....

thanks!

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Rear wheels are very upright as the subframe mounts have been reversed to increase contact patch andreduce rear camber/toe.

Hmmm... I always thought that the stock camber curve was pretty good for

RA1's- I ended up going fastest at about -4.5 degrees negative both ends.

yes, even with the compromised braking that that causes...

I do spring the car softly for our crap tracks (Portland excepted, of course)

so some of that is to compensate for body roll...

just what I found...

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