|A quick pan to the right and you can't overlook the stacks of brand new racing slicks.
|Turning around and walking back up the isle, I'm greeted by a rather familiar body style to MotoIQ readers. Originally built as a street car by AMS Performance the customer brought the Mitsubishi EVO X to Fall-Line with plans to race in SCCA T2.
|Fall-Line requires all its fabricators and engine builders to keep things squeaky clean inside and out. All roll cages are Chromoly TIG-welded and custom painted (as opposed to with a spray can) so they don't chip easily. This keeps the driver as comfortable—and fast—as possible, as Tim mentioned earlier.
Fall-Line replaced the whole enchilada with a brand new crate motor. Fall-Line makes sure to keep every customer's car—and their own racers—within the class rule set.
|Walking up the aisle, I pass a 996 GT3 Porsche Cup (GT2 SCCA) car. I found myself drawn to those split-spoke Fikse forged aluminum single-lug wheels. I may order a set of these for my yellow F40.
|Here's a beast of an M3. It's an E46 powered by an S65 V8 from the E92 M3, and has other goodies I'll share with you on the next page.