the BA wheels crap all over the AU ones IMHO - if you dont get them, i will!
but as for the sleeper/no sleeper thing....i love the sleeper, destroying that ute yesterday was awesome! so funny....i reckon BA wheels though, because the increase in grip and handling will be well worth it!
BA wheels all the way!
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I'll be a bit different here. I'll say that you should get mags (just on the basic unsprung weight principle) and hoose the ones that YOU like the best. Easiest way to choose, set a timer for 5 seconds, then make the decision within that time and stick to it. That way, the ones your heart says are the right ones will force you to make a decision as the brain doesn't get to even fire up in 5 seconds.
As for sleeper, really, over 50% of cars come std with alloys now so it's not a huge deal. Do the mags, drop the car on lows and you still have a sleeper IMHO. Then go out and kill a few HSV's!:s6:
makes a lot for difference. Had 255 on mine and they stuck to the road. Went from being able to do doughnuts in the dry to not even being able to get a squeak out of them. Depends on the make of the tyre too
I have Bridgestone RE92's on the stock rims, and for 4 weeks i had Rollins's 15" XR Mags with Bridgestone GIII's. I can get the RE92's to chirp 2-3 change, and get nice wheel spin with both tyres on the 1-2 change.
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