Aren´t we supposed to be driving more responsibly on the open road?Plus with the cubby doors installed and not storing anything large in the passenger compartment is much safer. Any roadcourse or autox event makes you unload everything from the passenger compartment for a reason.
My 2 duffel bags will never make it past the seatbacks either way, but I prefer the ones that fit within the cubby doors only because it makes for more secure top down parking in more....interesting areasI have the fitted luggage and it works great. If you take out the spare tire from the front and pack stuff in there it is enough space for 2 people over several days as long as you pack light.
the luggage makes packing the car fast and easy and you don't struggle to make stuff fit. Plus with the cubby doors installed and not storing anything large in the passenger compartment is much safer. Any roadcourse or autox event makes you unload everything from the passenger compartment for a reason.
Agree to disagree. I love the fact I can pack the bags in the house and there is zero guesswork as to whether they will fit in the space. Close the cubbies and nobody even knows the bags are back there.functionally is very limiting.
It wasn't of any consequence.bruh i didn't undestand a word from what you've said
Good point!!In case the OP didn't read between the lines, most remove the spare for the extra frunk room. Also, if you go with a luggage rack, remember to be careful. Now weight of engine + baggage = oversteer and can be made worse with improper tires.
As pointed out in many other threads, extra weight up front increases understeer and increases the MR2.I keep camping and survival gear in the frunk at all times so I have probably 20 pounds of extra weight up there all the time. It feels normal to me and it might actually help keep the nose planted whereas these cars like to drift a little in the lane at high speed.
Mine never had one to begin with, but I'd keep the 2nd fan If I was you.True.
I have the pump off from the engine and left the rest in situ so I can simply refit.