People spend most of their time racing these types of cars on the freeway, where traction isn't so much of an issue. They'll perform better than our cars, but that's it. At the end of the day, they're still going home in a Mustang.Impressive horsepower, but those kinds of numbers are for bragging rights and will likely not be as ego-inflating on the streets, where traction will be a huge issue.
I also suspect that the warranty both lowers the overall purchase price, and frees the owner to do whatever additional mods they want. And, yes, also a strong indicator that the company says "sure, we'll build it...but it will break, regardless of how you drive it."The fact no warranty is offered is because they KNOW the car is going to tear itself apart.
So waddia think it would cost with a waranty? What additional mods could you possibly do? I'm thinking it must be just about maxed out.