Join Date: Nov 2001
Location: state of confusion
Yes, it's a GoPro . . . and no, it's not something I ever notice after fumbling around and using the mirror to find the buttons to turn it on and record. I used one of the sticky mounts that I got with the camera (think it was a curved one). And that's another sticky mount on the top of the dash over by the glove compartment, for an alternate camera location.
A slightly stretched tire will sharpen transitional response and extend linearity out a little further. Not the crazy Euro-appearance stretch, just something wider than "measuring" up to (about) max recommended. On my '08 GT I'm running 285/35's on 18x11's all around for the track (max recommended, roughly comparable to 255/45's on 9.5's). I can't go any wider with the tire up front without too much spacer for my taste - strut clearance is less than 1/16" as it is. But I'm not at all sure I'd want to go more than 295 on 11's anyway. My current street setup is 265/40's on 18x9.5 all around, and it's noticeably softer-responding and less precise than the bigger track day arrangement is.
Mine: '08 GT, 5MT, black/light graphite, un-Fstock (DD, occasional track day)
Wife's: '10 Legacy 2.5GT (DD, six-speed manual)
Spare:'01 20AE Maxima, 5MT (also my bad weather alternate)
Various Loose Parts: '79 Malibu