Erik Van-der-Mey wrote:
> At 10:40 PM -0700 7/10/00, Scott Meyers wrote:
> >Erik Van-der-Mey wrote:
> >> What if the manufacturer builds a car with lots of negative camber
> >> What if the manufacturer builds the car with Koni adjustable shocks??
> >> What if the manufacturer deletes the radio/ac/undercoating??
> >> Is it still stock??
> >Yep - and classed appropriately.
> >Think on that part - the inherent manufactured qualities/advantages will be
> >adjusted for through classing.
> >Simple, huh?
> And my Neon IS classed appropriately. The whole argument/discussion
> to "allow camber modification on cars that don't have it" is the solo
> equivalent of "trunk kits" for showroom stock road racing...
> If your car doesn't have any/enough camber adjustment, petition your
> manufacturer to build it in or issue a TSB to allow "crash bolts",
Uh, Erik, that was a non-list reply to you - notice? Luckily for me a rarely
send things I would be embarrassed about :-)
If you re-read all my stuff you will find me in favor of no options in a pure
stock class, with differences in cars handled through classing.
I'm not the "unlimited camber guy".........I did make a comment on his idea, if
it had to be.