Type S Versus Type V Thread

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  1. mallen

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    Can someone link me up to the web page that does a rundown on the differences between the 2? I've seen it before but I'll be damned if I can find it...

    Note: That's meant to be type V not 4... Sorry...
     
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    Thanks Mitchy but there was another one that specified the differences between the Type S and V like AYC yes - no sort of thing...
     
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    Brad mentioned this on ClubVR4

    "For prefacelifts there was no such thing as a type V without AYC, all prefacelift VR-4's had AYC, there was a standard VR-4 and a Type-S VR-4, I'm not sure on what the exact difference was though. I know that the cars that came with the BBS wheels (Braindg and Phsyician's cars) are supposed to be standard VR-4's, but I don't know what the actual difference is between those, and the Type-S VR-4".

    another one here....

    "There were manual and auto Type-S cars with AYC, and I have not seen a facelift with TSC and TC".

    I think Type S came with the 6.5" width wheels with 225/55? and the Type V came with 6" width with 205/50's?
     
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