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Well, with the track day looming next weekend I thought I'd best try. The answer is YES, but not all laying flat.





The plus side both front seats are fully back so plenty of room in the front still, and still loads of space in the spare wheel space (although about half the depth of a real wheel so you can actually put tools etc in there.
 

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I think they lied, unless they mean 16" wheels with skinny tyres, or maybe seats forward so you can't get driver and passenger in!
 

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Oh come on !


That is using the "Hong Kong' principle...


I want my money back !


Edited by: Senna
 

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Senna said:
Oh come on ! 


That is using the "Hong Kong' principle... 


I want my money back ! 
No bamboo scaffolding required!

Alec
 
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Odd tyres for track... I'd expect something more like this:




... or was it just an experiment with your 'daily' wheels/tyres?
 

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Senna said:
Oh come on !


That is using the "Hong Kong' principle...


I want my money back !

Woe, "Hong Kong" principle? It's a general Asian thing, not just Chinese folks
Though we do make that sheet look easy
 
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