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    I think GRM is planning on a test session w/ the "new three" and some of the "older" ST* tires too- hopefully not in the too distant future
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sky WRX View Post
    I think GRM is planning on a test session w/ the "new three" and some of the "older" ST* tires too- hopefully not in the too distant future
    Now wouldn't that be nice!
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    .:R32 on Dunlops today at the Auto X in STX, he was driving the balls out of the car and beat me by about 2 seconds. The car's entire attitude changed with these tires. Though he had some contis before so anything would be an improvement.
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    I think we'll see more R32's in the mix, I've got a buddy w/ one (and happens to be a better driver to boot )
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    but they weigh a lot!
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    curb weight for the R32 is supposed to be 3330lbs (his is a 04) we put our cars on the scales when the were weighing the Modified/Prepared classes- I was surprised (as was he) to see it weigh in at 3200lbs- granted this is w/ tools removed, ~ 1/4 tank of fuel and 17" Enkei RPF-1's (he said they come oe w/ VERY heavy 18's)- not exactly light, but not overly portly
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    Yes, those stocker wheels are <28lbs per corner heavier than RPF-1s..... that is what My friend with his R32 said.

    Though they feel heavy in turns at times....

    What was the weight of your Wagon?
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    3246 w/ driver, driver ~ 190 lbs
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    That's good data for me when I weigh my WRX...
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    What about the REO1s, I ran my buddies STi with them on and they were insane. I heard that everyone in ST* was running them at nationals

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    they aren't a "new" entry

    yes STS was dominated by them, STX and STU they were well represented by them
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    The Yoks were pretty close in number if I remember correctly...

    Scored an awesome deal on some RC-T4 wheels... :-D
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    yeah in STX and STU I think the Yok's were probably the favorite

    good deal- I think you'll like them
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    bumping this up as the Kumho XS's are finally available (tirerack), also heard a rumor of them being pretty effective at recent San Diego event?????
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