Modified for autocross.
I should probably put a coat of wax on it.
Camera mount attached to the passenger seat rest posts.
Working on a SpeedLabs header and custom exhaust.
Godspeed coilover kit (for lowering, stiffness, front camber, and adjustable damping), custom rear swaybar, custom lower control arms with tall ball joints (roll center correction), custom outer tie-rod ends (bump steer correction) and custom upper strut plates (for additional caster).
195/50-15 Hankook Ventus RS4
15x7 35mm offset Advanti Storm S1
It's sort of my theme. Aside from a few years autocrossing Miatas (one of which was a 1.6 Miata that I ran on completely stock suspension, cheap shocks, and 175-width all-season tires), I've always played with "underdog" cars. I started with a Saturn. Had some fun with a Yaris. "The Beater" (a ragged out 300k mile 1990 Miata). "Fred, the fugly red Miata" (a lightweight, back-to-basics project). The "FASTiva" (highly modified suspension on a 1991 Festiva). And now this.
I've had an Underdog decal on my helmet for years.
I like driving slow cars fast. And if they don't want to do it, I modify them until they do!
Simplify and add lightness.