because i always hate hsving to edit out my plates. ill be using a japanese plate thats not registered to me from now on.
So turns out they are street legal in Aus (Source: From Track, To Road, And Back To Track Again)what makes them illegal? these are street legal (American DOT regulation compliance)
When you put it that way and I know how uptight Oz is with things, makes sense not use them hahaSo turns out they are street legal in Aus (Source: From Track, To Road, And Back To Track Again)
But if you have the time to stand there on the side of the road while jonny knows it all mr coppa tells you 1000 reasons its not legal and still tries to book you for it.
You then challenge it, it goes to court, you have won but after 3 months of back and fourth and whatever money is required to keep the ball rolling.
Its far easier to slap them on a set of wheels you intend to track only, in which case you may as well go for something track only at that point.
My main concern would be daily running them, if they have heaps of grip they will probalby have a very soft tread wear meaning they would need replacing every 3-6 months. Made this mistake when I owned my S15 SpecR, went all out on the best streetable track tyres I could, besides the police being triggered by them, they lasted at max 4-5 months. (Cant remember the brand but i think they were pirelli's)When you put it that way and I know how uptight Oz is with things, makes sense not use them haha