As a newbie searched many threads and still haven't found the answer. Sorry if this subject has been discussed before.
Going to buy a NC 2.0 Sport (bilstein shocks and diff) but it's WAY to high and rolls in the bends.
So I like to get suggestions for:
a wheel/tire combo that makes the car AGILE...fast steering reaction, good steering feel, easy to handle on it's limits.
To my experience heavy wheels make a car less fun and agile, less adaptable in the bends. (owning a RX-8 for 3 years 2005-2008)
NOTE - I do NOT look for max traction or max speed! I wan't to have fun in the curves, sliding is fun, controlling the car on the limits is fun. I rather sacrifice ultimate grip for a wider margin on the limit.
So I basically looking for a light wheel/tire combo. 16" likely is lighter than the stock 17"correct?
Any Mazda original 16" wheels to consider?
Can't use 15" on a NC, correct?
A chassis modification matching the wheels.
Read lots of good feedback on Progress Springs and Sways, together with stock Bilsteins...
But where do I buy them, living in Europe?
Is it these? http://www.good-win-racing.com/Mazda-Pe ... -1232.htmlhttp://www.good-win-racing.com/Mazda-Pe ... 45NC2.html
Do they ship to EU?
Do I need anything else, such as bumpstops and shocks?
I just HATE body roll, like a planted car with good body control and fast reactions.Steering feel is very important (feeling the road in my hands) I have no issues with a bumpy ride.
Are these Progress products good for me?