Post by illbebetter on Jun 12, 2014 7:37:29 GMT -5
If it's on the same "line" the engine swap and other mods would land it in "SP". Example my 1990 Miata has a 1999 Miata engine in it. The "line" for miatas is 1990-2005. That means I can swap parts from any of those years.
As Mike said, if the engine is from the same line of cars, that would be street prepared. And in your case, you would be CSP. And since you are new, you would run in Novice Class, so your car should read on its sides NCSP. Wheels and Koni shocks are also street prepared legal.
OE is a 185/60r14 on a 14x6 or 6.5. And now I have those 15x7 with 205/50r15. Considering I'm still novice regardless would it be better or make a difference for me to bolt on my OE wheels?
Also these letters are jumbling together. STS. Street touring. .. Something?
Being a novice it doesn't matter. Your focus should be on figuring out what the cones mean, where you are suppose to drive to and not focus on being competitive. I would just keep the 15x7's on and run Novice Street Touring Sport.