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Here it is...my 99 at Daytona International Speedway.

I had those same wheels on mine! I just changed out to some 18's. The 19's were giving me some rub on the track. Great looking car there!

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Thanks! I stuck with the 18's as well because that was the original size. I saw your pic...great looking car there too! My wife and I love this car and we try to get to the track as often as possible. It is my daily ride...120,548 miles, still going strong. I always say those little elves in the Black Forest sure know how to engineer something! Pic credit goes to my wife.

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Here's a shot of my '02 C2 showing the relative camber of F & R after new 18" (225/40 & 285/30) N3 PS2s with 7mm FVD spacers F&R, and alignment of -30' front and -1º36' rear with 2mm toe f & 3mm rear. Car has PSS9s & is at 116mm F and 127mm R height.

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Thank you. Four years and I still love driving it. Except for the pumpkin delete and front plate mount, the outside is pure stock, besides the PSS9 lowering and spacers. Not many of them (996 MKII) here in Richmond, VA, Lucky to see one other a month. At the last PCA local breakfast there were only 2 others out of about 30 cars! First time with PS2s, and I am very impressed with them so far. Crazy stable and confidence inspiring. Very quiet and smooth.

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MY02 Cab MURDERED OUT

Love the matte wrap! Looking sweet.

Let me ask a question since I have you here. My 2000 has the same wing as yours with the same stock front bumper cover. I am headed to my first DE next week and have read that the car may be squirrelly at speed due to the downforce at the rear and lack of at the front. What speeds are you comfortably running at on the straights?

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Okay, I will join in the summer fun... pics below from Santa Cruz, one of my favorite summer drives is to do West Cliff starting at Natural Bridges and follow the coast past the Boardwalk and Yacht Harbor over to Capitola. :)

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Yes, the top was put down after the pics were taken! LOL

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