Go for it, the CTR is great track car and totally livable the rest of the time.
I tracked mine 5-6x last year with only swapping the OEM brake fluid. The stock pads do pretty good - not the best, but you dont have to take them off right away.
Get the car, and have fun - its an absolute blast...
- overheating on track (this is a track ready car, come on)
- ridiculous 20" wheels/30 series tires
- climate control through the infotainment is shite
- no volume knob (I have a 17)
- small tank + fuel starve issues on track
- way too much red in the interior
- exhaust too quiet for this type...
Try using AA and see if its the same?
I know when I talk to my wife in her Forester, if she is using the Bluetooth it sounds like crap, but if shes using CP it sounds fine. I can tell the difference immediately and always scold her for using BT instead of CP :D
Anyone have any experience with these vs the stock OEM rotors?
Looking for rotors for this HDPE season. Thinking of these (kinda wish they weren't drilled)...
Uhm having owned a 98 Prelude, 97 ITR, an 01 ITR for many years (as in buying them new) , I can tell you that the Prelude, while a great car, is not in any way faster than an ITR. Not autocross, not road course, nor drag. :shrug
There is definitely a correlation between badge # and VIN#. The higher the badge #, the higher the VIN # - GENERALLY.
I was tracking this via excel spreadsheet for awhile - every CTR ViN I could find via dealer websites that also had pics of the badge #, I put in a spreadsheet. Then I...