Found one site listing a set of 4 for $370 in 17x8.5" before shipping. First listing when googling "Katana KR20 5x108". Can't find any weight listed for 'em, so I'd guess they're on the heavy side. Factory finish is silver or black w/bronze face.how much were they and where'd you get em
Just the Pro Solo in Fontana, and the Match Tour in San Diego for me. With everything going on at work and with family, those two events are the only Nats events I will be able to attend.Which major events are you attending this year? I'll only be going to the Packwood Tour & maybe Packwood Pro Solo since I'm concentrating on taking 2 local championships, so the other west coast major events are conflicting. And I'll admit I'm trying to keep travel miles down...
Have you investigated R-Sport intercoolers? About $550 delivered to the USA via Pumaspeed. I can't tell if it's supposed to fit the AGS, but...Otherwise its the 900 Vortech unit.
Ive looked at the R sport from research, and the 8 inch height will interfere with the AGS fitting between the crash bar and the intercooler. The AGS just rests on top of the stock IC and the crash bar and some tabs on the the front end help hold it in place for the most part. Biggest piece of useless junk in the world.Have you investigated R-Sport intercoolers? About $550 delivered to the USA via Pumaspeed. I can't tell if it's supposed to fit the AGS, but...
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Not sure if you have a way to check but would be interested in charge temps with this intercooler during runs.Well I took the plunge and ordered the Vortech IC from CJ Pony Parts. With the 10% discount and rewards points, I was able to get it for 799 shipped. Should be here in the next few days.
Better than stock thats for sure. Im currently running the FoRS stock IC which is very similar in size with the Vortech ,with a hacked up AGS for local events and the charge air temps do not go past 15 degrees above ambient. While the stock was well above 30-40 with timing being pulled.I haven't posted anything about the FoRS IC because I wanted to test it before putting out any info. It can work with the AGS, however, you have to hack the sh*t out of it to work, which is not completely in the spirit of street touring. Luckily i have another virgin AGS to throw back in with the vortech unit.Not sure if you have a way to check but would be interested in charge temps with this intercooler during runs.
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Right now it does. I've had tons of things drop shipped before from other vendors but what bothers me is the lack of customer service the company or the employees seem to have. Their system is kind of weird too since I got an email from them the same day the part was ordered stating that it was shipped.You have my sympathies. Drop-shipping sucks.
Haha the Vortech is a fiasco that I will update on here shortly and yes it is finally on its way (mainly thanks to me and Vortech themselves).Sucks to hear about the Vortech! Hope it gets there soon. Curious as too much you were able to source the RS IC for? Would you say the slight mods needed to make it fit are worth it or just better to get like a Depo IC. I plan on only mild performance mods in the future and Retaining AGS isn’t a concern for me
Dang, that's what I was afraid of when I saw the load rating on the tires. Probably not a useful tire for Street category fwd cars. Dunlop Direzzas are similarly load rated, so I guess I'll look elsewhere for a cool/cold weather tire.the sidewalls are softer meaning even with -3.1 degrees of camber, I still had to run some balloon tire pressures to keep the shoulders from rolling.
Haha that's the last mod left for me. Not sure when it will happen, but it will. The lack of an LSD is definitely hurting me these days.Dang, that's what I was afraid of when I saw the load rating on the tires. Probably not a useful tire for Street category fwd cars. Dunlop Direzzas are similarly load rated, so I guess I'll look elsewhere for a cool/cold weather tire.
This upcoming weekend, I've got a practice autocross. I've added rear toe-in and will just spend the day taking tire temps to see if the rear RE71Rs come up to temp quicker with the toe-in.
I heard a fair amount of wheelspin in your video... when ya gonna get that LSD? ;-)