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Dave Munsey

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19 Mar 2017
The sizes are 215-45x17 ( 2 each ), and 245-40x17 ( 2 each ). These tires for the set brand new at Tire Rack would be $440. They are almost brand new, still have the rubber hairs on them. $175 OBO takes the set. Probably need to sell them over at S2K forum but will try here also. E-mail me at dmunsey4@cox.net or phone 602-573-1605
2 Mar 2017
I know there are a few S2000's being run in this club. One simple question: What is the largest wheel and tire combination that can be run without modifying the fenders? Car is a 2004 AP2. Thanks for any help/advice.
1 Mar 2017
Probably need to sell these items on the Miata forum but will list them here also. I have 4 17x8 949 Racing wheels in Charcoal color with Dunlop Star Spec 2 tires mounted on them that are 235X40-17 size and very lightly worn. $600 OBO. I have the entire Sport suspension for a ND Club edition car which has Bilstein Dampers, higher rate springs, both sway bars plus end links. $500 OBO. A pair of side sill extensions I bought because I had a damaged one and they only come in pairs. Cost $400 brand new. $150 takes a new pair of them. E-mail or PM me please. dmunsey4@cox.net
28 Apr 2016
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I bought these for my new Miata and then decided to build an STR car. 17x7 , 4x100, ET36 and only weigh 14 lbs. They are hub centric wheels. Bridgestone RE-71R tires in 225x45-17. Used in 2 PCA events and still like new. New cost was $1393.92 and with shipping it cost me $1,533.08. I will take $800 for the set and I will not split up the tires and wheels. E-mail is best :dmunsey4atcox.net
18 Feb 2015
I cannot seem to tame the handling on the Boxster. It handled pretty well when it was stock but since I changed to a coil over suspension it has never felt right and is especially noticeable on the lower grip surfaces . I got rid of the inherent understeer the 1st gen Boxsters have but now the rear end is always too loose. I have larger rear tires than front and a limited slip also.I keep the rear negative camber roughly equal to the front camber( around 1.5 negative) and have the shocks all set a little toward the soft side after finding the car really doesn't like the shocks to be set too stiff.I run zero front toe and 1/8 total toe in on the rear. The sway bars are currently set on full soft but I have tried them in various settings. How much rear toe-in is too much? Could I run 1/4 " toe-in ? Or is that too much and will lead to other problems? Probably selling the car soon and buying a Corvette but I would like to figure out why the car does not grip better than it does. Last PCA event I had a network alignment the day before the event and they screwed up on the toe setting and the car was in ice mode all day and that got me to wondering if I could solve my tail happy troubles with more agressive rear toe-in settings. I don't need any front toe-out because the front is gripping just fine . I googled up Boxster performance alignment settings and the toe settings were all over the place so no real help that way. So lets talk rear wheel drive cars in general and not Boxsters in specific. Thanks for any help/advice.
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