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I feel like all the information detailing the Morizo has been vague. It's stated that there are some suspension differences (and 1-2 chassis braces) but do we know any specifics?

I basically want to know this information because the Morizo comes on Cup 2 tires, so it would be good to know if the same tires would be a good fit on the Circuit Edition (sometimes super sticky tires can overwhelm/unbalance a suspension).
 

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It'd be good to know. Because you know, one might want to take their CIRCUIT Edition out onto a...circuit. And the stock Michelin 4S tires aren't that great for that. They're a great dual use tire, but on track show their weakness.
 

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Yup that's what I was thinking too, I am SoCal based for the next few years, but will eventually end up in PNW so it a tough choice for sure
I'd spring for it. Winter air is really dry up here, so 40f with a breeze can feel like 35f. Dropping below freezing at night is pretty common too. It's not Chicago cold or anything, but heated seats are still a real treat.
 

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I personally don't care for them despite living in the NE. Don't have anything heated in the FJ and I don't care. Have heated seats in the Lexus but I can live without them. Now let's get back to the suspension;)
 

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Do you think it would be worth it to forgo the Tech and Cold weather pack and use that money to invest in some nicer tires like Pilot sport 4s?
I’d say get a second set of wheels and some RT660s for track days, keep the PS4s for daily driving. Cup 2s are nice, but I’m not sure the cost of worth it over RT660s.
 

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DIY Heated seat kits are $50 on ebay. Strip the seat covers and wire 'em up. No reason not to have them on any car you want. Heated steering wheel and mirrors are harder to do though.
I'd take OEM heated seats / steering wheel any day. I've had high quality aftermarket, and they don't even compare.
 
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