That is a closed minded assumption. The base versions had extremely anemic power trains even compared to the Miata. The suspension is solid, but it delivered a fairly compliant ride on the mostly rough roads we drove. There are some knocking sounds coming from the driveline when traveling at parking lot speeds, but they vanish quickly once you are on the road. If you go to custom events that are setup by yourself and friends, you'll be fine. F I'd wager to say you can't find a faster car on the track that is modern for 15K or less.
The donation will be processed per the By submitting the one time charge, I am agreeing to make a one-time donation to the forum. They can add as little as 1 horsepower or up to hundreds of horsepower depending on what type of upgrade you choose to make. We don't expect avid small-roadster enthusiasts to be dissatisfied with the Red Line. The main complaint i had was the terrible blind spots. For more sale items, click the Sky Parts on Sale Now! Turbo Timers are essential to have for your turbo during summer time weather conditions when your engine can be extremely hot. As far as performance, absolutely. I love it, it's so much fun to drive.
Buying a newish used car doesn't really get you much more than buying an older one. Are they rare, expensive, unreliable, etc. The aftermarket is loaded with goodies you just have to know where to look. ? I've had mine for three years and the oily thing that I have replaced is the thermostat. Personally I think the Sky looked fantastic and still does.
The styling and personal perception is just one aspect. If you were a real car fan you would let anyone like their own car, simply because it is cars that bring us together. Yea, even bone stock, you do want to do some upgrades but it doesn't cost much. It was a huge improvement and the top speed of this version was 141 mph. They had way too many compromises and could only really brag about a couple of things they had over their rivals. Too many flaws to be called custom made.
Summarization of Saturn Sky: Saturn Sky have only one modification of doors quantity:2. Going to -3 up front, and -1. The regular Sky is an unique roadster, and putting a turbocharged 260-hp engine under its hood finally meets the promise of its aggressive look. However, it's all moot, as I pointed out, that without a rollbar, it won't see the track in most circumstances anyway. And even if it could. On top of that, the base suspension from the factory has the camber set at ~0 degrees all around.
The way I remember it is that the T2 class winners were penalized not to push them down but by a rule change and re-structure of the classes. We've got a huge selection of performance parts to kick your Saturn Sky into high gear. On the other hand, the Red Line model was reaching 0-60 mph in 5. Our team has designed high-performance Intake and Exhaust systems, Turbo kits, , and a variety of that will compliment your Kappa car beautifully. I disagree with you there. We just wish that the redline were just a little bit farther up the tachometer. Cut out around mirror too big for my Saturn, lets in a lot of sunlight around the mirror.
It feels amazing, it's great. It seems to be all too easy to hit the rev limiter when pushing the slick -spinning four-cylinder. . I just said the love for the car was enhanced while driving it. If someone wants something reliable, fun and cheap, ugh. Who we are: We try to be a helpful discussion-driven community while maintaining high-quality discourse and topical content.
Saturn Sky performance parts such as chips can be installed in minutes and will add horsepower and torque. If your idea of fun is a car that you absolutely have to push hard, and rev the hell out of to get going, then it's not for you. In fact, given another generation of development, they probably would've started to dominate the segment. After these years, they penalized them so heavily when other cars were not to push them down. But that's not enough is it? But they have to be light. The Red Line's engine hits its powerband at around 4,000 rpm and pulls powerfully up to its redline.
If you own a or , or a tune shop and are looking to be able to take these vehicles from mild to wild, you can count on us. That said, the top goes down, so I'd be happy driving it, it's the poorer looking of the shared platform, but still plenty decent looking. Installing advanced braking hardware would likely be a sensible investment for Red Line owners who plan on taking their cars to the track. By submitting a subscription I am agreeing to make recurring monthly donations to the forum. Now, I've never personally driven one, so I can't say I truly know much about them, but they do seem pretty solid from the numbers.