H and R springs fixes the stance, and improves the handling some.
I agree on the soft break peddle.
Get a gearhead intercooler!
Far as I know, sport mode IS auto. Like, I put mine into sport, and if I'm not quick enough to flick the paddle shifter, it changes gears automatically. So, still...
They ride decent, though to be fair, I think the low pro tires have more impact (see what I did there!?!) on my ride quality.
I'd like to run a smaller diameter wheel, with a tire with a little more sidewall.
I forgot to list the springs...I'm already lowered on H and R springs, with magnum police shocks.
What is DW300c?
And for meth...how much of a pain is it? Like, filling it all the time, etc? How much is it each time to fill? Is it like nitrous, only gets used at WOT? Or is it "on" all the...
Whats a rough estimate of power for those 2, with what I have? Running full weight, and don't want to have to always worry about shredding the trans. Plus, combine, thats, like, 2,500 bucks. Gotta find a way to sell that to my wife, lol.
I guess I'll add to the growing list of threads wondering where to go. Don't want to hijack someone else's.
2013, non PP. Current mods are catch can, catless downpipes, gearhead auto octane tune, drop in K and N airfilter, drilled and tapped PTU.
Nowhere in CT sells E85, so an E30 tune is...
Based on this, just upgrade your pads, and paint your calipers. Most here will say EBC pads...but I've always used Hawk, and I used to autocross, with the occasional very expensive day lapping sessions at Lime Rock Park. But EBC makes quality stuff, too.
You'll love the way your calipers will...
Are you interested in upgraded breaks for better stopping (you plan to autocross?), or for appearances?
Stopping power won't change from a 4k$ brake upgrade...but the 4k$ brakes will cool down better, preventing brake fade. Lot of money to blow on something that only yields results on a race...