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Here's the same car (white and orange rotary powered 1200) in action:

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The setup seems very unorthodox (double rear sway bars?) but it obviously works quite well. The car was faster than nearly every car at today's De Anza autocross.


Posted on: 2007/5/20 8:40
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i belive it. 1200's really benefit from extreme lowering. my car was up in the air thanks to the 15" i was running

Posted on: 2007/5/20 8:43
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Here's the car:

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Posted on: 2007/5/20 8:57
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Posted on: 2007/5/20 9:18
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haha that is one sick rear end. check those twin muffs. that is a gooood height indeed. rad

Posted on: 2007/5/20 9:43
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ahh, looks like he's dropped the body ala gt5 style. this guy knows how to win ...

Posted on: 2007/5/20 9:47
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are they his strut towers sitting up thru his bonnet?

Posted on: 2007/5/20 10:21
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front control arm mounting points moved way up:

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Posted on: 2007/5/20 10:22
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yes they are:

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Posted on: 2007/5/20 10:24
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I don't need to lower my car - standard height is good enough for me

being farm hacks (not roadworthy) they need as much suspension travel as possible

that 1200 looks awesome

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