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I am not saying a N/A Z cant hold triple digits on straight aways. At 70mph in a corner do you really need the little bit of downforce you're going to get? If you were cornering at 100mph I could see yes. But realistically this guy seems to think it will make a difference in DD. I guess that's where my "useless" point comes in.
The threshold for lateral G stability in a 350Z changes dramatically after 70mph, so yes, in a race track scenario it will make a difference I guess, but even then with a ~300hp N/A tune do you really want the extra drag?
Personally and LM Style GT wing belongs on a LM GT car in the performance scenario.
But, for aesthetics with the right wheel/tire combo, the right front and rear splitter and side lip setup. It looks freaking bada$$.
So I hope all the sarcasimites have been satisfied.
Everyone in this thread has been asking about a wing for track use. Yes you want downforce, with my whole 260whp , the car runs between 2 and 3 seconds faster per lap.
So what is an LM GT car? Do you know anything about racing other than what is on GT5 ? Go check out a NASA or SCCA event, ask questions , you may learn something.
Originally Posted by bealljk
You really don't need to buy anything for the fronts. Because the 'wishbone' suspension the fronts 'self-adjust' for the shorter spring height.