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Old 12-31-2007, 08:21 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by eta View Post
As I remember some Suzuki manual transaxles do have higher (lower numerical ) final drives, I think the 4 cylinder models and the XFI economy 3 cylinder version?
The non-GT 4-cyl transaxle has the tallest final drive. It's what I put in my 3-cyl car.

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light alloy wheels and high pressure LRR tires, although it is hard to find wheels and tires that are skinny enough!
I think most people who know about LRR would instinctively suggest the Bridgestone P165/65R14 RE92’s that were used on the Insight as a great LRR tire.
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