TwinfanYeah, there's plenty of reference points for standard cars. JCR and BGB have posted plots of their mods vs standard cars so you'll get the general idea of how mine performs versus a standard car. I don't think there will be a huge difference, maybe just a slight shift upwards of the curve as the car breathes a little better. It's more the feel in the seat that will have changed most IMHO, it's all about maximising the experience and joy of driving
Twinfan ... It's more the feel in the seat that will have changed most IMHO, it's all about maximising the experience and joy of driving
Peterh61Just about to order PS4S £868 for the set from Black circles. Nearly £600 less than main dealer 😳Thanks for the recommendation. Does the 718 drive well on them ?
TwinfanPete at 9m would like to throw my car on the dyno at some point to see how it's doing, so it may happen at some point...
AndrewCSDo BC have the rears in stock ? Mine have been on order for a month (not with BC)
Bilko1AndrewCSDo BC have the rears in stock ? Mine have been on order for a month (not with BC) I have a 2nd set of OE GT4 (981) wheels. I had my new front PS4S tyres fitted (by my reputable, regular supplier) to my front 'spares' two weeks ago and the rears were due to land at the end of November. Today I was told Michelin now say they will be approx 10 weeks on back order
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