You have paid 60k for the car (and will pay 50k in fuel 🤣🤣🤣🤣)
Pay someone 2.5k to do the job... like Xpel extended kit
If you are going to any area do rocker panels, lower portion of the doors and in front and behind the rear wheels as a start as those are the high impact areas were damage can...
I guess going to the Steeda dual rates would be the way to go if opting to change if the car sees many track days.
The HP ones seem to be similar to the M-5300-W springs in some parts of the range. Those were in my opinion to soft in the rear, however that was with stock PP1 swaybars...
It’s still manageable not as crazy as in Denmark/Netherlands/France yet. The road tax for a manual M1 is 3000USD/year for the first three years.
We will have some sort of mileage taxation in the future which will be based on type of car and when and were you drive.
However we are taxated from...
A base Mach 1 is 72-73k USD and a base Cayman is 66K(80k for an S) USD here in Sweden.
The road tax is also around 1000USD/year cheaper in the Cayman for the first three years.
It’s a hard bite to get the M1. The only reason I don’t have a Boxster/718 right now is that it does not have rear...
I had similar issues with mine, adjusting the stops helped a bit but never got it to sit great
However the brackets kept turning as well and caused the paint to chip :/, removed them and used some touch up paint and didn’t bother with after that
it's funny nowadays I have an orange MX5 = everyone sees me
for some reason the C63s, RS3s etc etc wants to race!
I am almost inclined to roll down the window and ask if they beat children as well to feel powerful :D
When I had my GT not that many wanted to race
I believe in the plotter if they do measure exactly beforehand and enter it the measurements the machine will cut it properly.
Not sure though if it possible to get it that exact. Also if all stripes would have been put on the exact same spot this could be added as a default in the software...