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Old 12-12-2011, 09:27 PM   #57
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Someone tell me those are 17 inch wheels in the original pic so I know what size NOT to get.
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Old 12-12-2011, 09:35 PM   #58
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Someone tell me those are 17 inch wheels in the original pic so I know what size NOT to get.
I believe those are the 16" steelies.
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I actually like low spec wheels more. I wonder what is the weight difference between high and low spec tire / wheel combo. Anyone knows?
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Old 12-12-2011, 10:02 PM   #60
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I actually like low spec wheels more. I wonder what is the weight difference between high and low spec tire / wheel combo. Anyone knows?
Search for the thread with the training manual I think someone translated the weight
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Old 12-12-2011, 10:25 PM   #61
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I'm happy about the full-size spare, it's good for daily driving as well as taking longer road trips as I often do down to New York, Connecticut and Maryland. I don't have to worry about finding a tire store within 50 miles of where I lose a tire and get reamed on price. Plus it looks like it's not THAT high above the floor of the trunk, 3 inches at most, plus since the offset is so high you can always stuff things inside the wheel (looks like I can stuff my backpack in there.) Obviously it would be removed on a track day, you can take it out like one person said and stuff a track tire in the well and then put another on top of that, seems like a good idea.

I will probably get the full size spare and then remove it for autocross.
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Old 12-12-2011, 11:03 PM   #63
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Those 16 inch wheels look the best in my opinion! I hope the scion gets them!
same here, i hate the ones with lots of fingers...
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damn. hautie!

can someone do a small side-by-side of this vs. the brz sti concept??
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Reminds me of an updated baby supra...... This would be the one I buy in a couple years
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Anyone else notice that this version has the HID headlamp housings with LED's? Looks like HID's will be an optional accessory on the FRS!
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Anyone else notice that this version has the HID headlamp housings with LED's? Looks like HID's will be an optional accessory on the FRS!
It probably wont be an option, but the Toyota's could be certainly installed in place of the Scion's
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Generally speaking, the spoilers that are the same height as the roof of the car are the ones that actually do what a spoiler is supposed to do. Example, the stock spoiler on the MKIV supra gives the car about 66lb's of downforce at 100mph. I'd definitely get the factory aero one since I hate the look of GT wings.
Typically speaking, a spoiler reduces drag, a wing adds downforce.

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Meh, common mistake. I'm sure everybody knew what I meant regardless.
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Old 12-13-2011, 02:34 AM   #70
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Ehhh, not really hyped about the wing. The front lip looks good, but I probably won't like the price.
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