Mazda MX6 - How to Upgrade Your Struts & Springs
Upgrading ND28's GoldMember MX-6 using Tokico Blues (HB/HP Series) with
Megan Racing (lowering) springs. The setup will cost about $400-$500
(depending on vendors) and can be completed in a weekend.
The end result is a medium spring rate which is still comfortable yet
provides less body roll in the corners and makes spirited driving much more
enjoyable. In my opinion this kit is a very nice upgrade for those who
want a great balance of performance and comfort.
Tokico TOHB3081 - Front Right
Tokico TOHB3082 - Front Left
Tokico TOHB3083 - Rears
Megan Racing springs - MX6 Kit #MR-LS-FP93L4
ND28's Build Topic on Mazda626.net:
Jamboree 2010 Motive DVD feature
Jamboree is the world's best sports compact drag racing event. With
Jamboree 21 coming up, we thought we'd show you the feature we did on last
Haltech & RotorMaster
Testing of Haltech ECU (Platinum 2000) - Dyno tune of RotorMaster street
prepped RX7 by Joe Signorelli.
6.64 @ 212 TOP RPM 2JZ CELICA NEW PB
The Top RPM team were out recently testing their 2JZ powered Celica with
Craig Dyson behind the wheel. They were tweaking throughout the meet and
managed to pull off the 6.64 @ 212mph on the final run, we believe a
personal best for the vehicle. This will be one of the cars racing at
Sydney Jamboree, in the first ever Factory Xtreme round. Hopefully more
detailed footage from this car in the future.
Toyota Celica: Japan's Forgotten Fastback
These days, old-school JDM is defined by the 240Z, Skyline, andthe 510. But
Nissan wasn't the only player at the time. Brian Karasawa describes his
passion for Japan's most overlooked classic--Toyota's first-gen Celica.
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