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Re: wk2 SRT wheel weight ?

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Originally Posted by mjw930 View Post
Isn't handling and acceleration considered performance?

No, in changing wheels it is not a performance thing!

Acceleration I meant it will improve by 0.5 out of 10 if you use lighter wheels. You will feel little difference when the car takes off.

Handling was not performance. Cause there are luxury cars which has good sporty feel handling which is not considered performance in my opinion it goes with stability..
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