As you modify your car and make it handle better, the speeds at which you take a corner will begin to increase. Depending on what kind of car you drive, the factory seat might not be able to support you properly during those hard turns, especially during fast transitions. This lack of support will result in you sliding around in the seat, forcing you to brace your legs and hang on to the steering wheel to sit still. Not only does this ruin the driving experience, but itâs also dangerous. With a proper racing seat, however, this issue is solved, as your hips and shoulder will be properly supported. Many enthusiasts have a lot of questions about racing seats, so we set out to answer all those questions and more with this article.
Customer Spotlight: Porshce 981 GT4 with Vorsteiner and APR Aero
April 19, 2018
Although the Porsche 911 will forever be Porscheâs bread-and-butter, many enthusiasts love the Cayman platform for its small proportions, lightweight chassis, better weight distribution compared to the 911, etc. When Porsche released the GT4 version of the Cayman, enthusiasts over the world fell in love. For the first time ever, Porsche created a Cayman that legitimately competed with the 911 and in many categories was actually better. Being such an outstanding car, itâs no surprise enthusiasts started buying them and modding them. Just recently a customer of ours picked up some aero parts that really transform the look of the GT4 and also provide more downforce, resulting in theoretically faster lap times.Parts ordered:
VR Tuned Kia Stinger 3.3 Turbo ECU Tuning Box Released
April 19, 2018
The Stinger GT represents a new chapter for Kia, the chapter of knocking on the M3âs front door. It was one of the most talked about car of 2017, and many enthusiasts are buying the Stinger GT in 2018. A lot of people hear that it has a twin-turbo V6 and assume it would for sure have over 400 horsepower, but are slightly let down when they find out it only makes 365 horsepower. There are two reasons for this lower-than-expected power number: tiny turbochargers and Kia holding it back. A lot of turbocharged cars are held back from their full potential for reliability, emissions, and fuel consumption reasons. A lot of enthusiasts also fail to account for the small turbochargers that Kia uses, which results in lower horsepower numbers but a whopping 376 lb-ft at 1,300 RPM.
When you hear the name Lexus, you probably donât think of an AMG or BMW M competitor. Lexus is best known for their luxury sedans and luxury-sport coupes like the RC. For someone who wants a large couple with big power and wild looks, there is the Lexus LC. The biggest problem with the LC is that it doesnât look very aggressive like itâs German counterparts. From the factory, it lacks any sort of rear wing or aggressive front lip. Luckily, Vorsteiner recognizes this problem and they set out to make a simple, yet elegant solution; now that solution, V-LC VRS Aero, is available through Vivid Racing!