k, I'm ether going to convert my 6s to rear wheel drive and switch to Manual Transmission or trade for a Speed6, what do you guy think would be better?
For what it would cost you - even as a DIY - to convert to RWD and MTX, you could easily buy a MS6. I can't even imagine the fabrication involved in such a conversion. In fact, for that kind of money, you could buy a serious RWD or AWD sports car that would run circles around a MS6.k, I'm ether going to convert my 6s to rear wheel drive and switch to Manual Transmission or trade for a Speed6, what do you guy think would be better?
Just out of sheer curiousity, where would you start? Do you do metal work/fabrication as a hobby/profession or do you know someone that does? Have you ever engineered anything like this before? I mean, this is not something that your average shade tree mechanic would take on. I'd be absolutely fascinated to see such a conversion take place, believe me, but it certainly isn't something for the faint of heart.what?
says the guy with the stripper avatar.Why don't you enjoy what you have now?.....wow what a concept !!!
Sounds to me like you are just trying to pump up your balls...
LMAO :laugh: :laugh:Only after you get your authentic train horns put in!!
Dude, it sounds like you have some serious money driving around a brand new car that's already paid-off. What are you doing driving a Mazda? Want RWD, make lots of burnouts and impress chicks? You're driving the wrong car. If I had that kind of money to play with and the criteria is as you described, I'd be in a 3-series for sure and finance what I couldn't pay in cash.Thanx!. I would really like to keep my car and have a RWD MTX
- and PS, the car is paid off