On Tue, 18 Jul 2000, Richard Atkins wrote:
> I agree, we try to sell ourselves as having a spot for any car. It seems
> reasonable that somebody who has a stock "stock" car should not have to make
> adjustments, add aftermarket parts to be able to compete with others in the
> same car. As it is now somebody shows up in a stock car, gets beat, ask why
> and is told "to be competitive you need to make these changes to your car"
> all which cost money.
Only if they're being advised by an inexperiencd or disgruntled driver.
I think most of us agree that the most effective modifications are to
'92 Prelude Si
Speed Demon Racing