Jamie's Race Blocks... Guess you can buy them from Alfa9supply now, but got directly from England 2 years ago or so. Two reasons for the install.. 1) wanted to cut down on the road twitchyness 2) track use (improved tire wear and caster). When I purchased I debated between race and intermediate. (I was doing about 25% track use at the time). I gambled and got the race version. I was good as not long after, my track use % went up alot, so it was a good buy. If you are 75% road use, get road as it slows down the steering (less tramlining and twitchyness)
I installed them myself, took a little work as the suspension got bound up a bit and took some time to work it free.
That said, it HOSED my alignment, so I went instantly to my race shop to get an alignment. It was a little hairy to drive it, but my race shop is only 4 miles from the house. I recommend that most users have the race shop do the install and alignment. Tad more expensive, but much safer ( the car was WAY toe out after block install, so a tad handful to drive)
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