Polybushed rear suspension? Lasts longer but some say it spoils the handling?
Air filter? K&N filters and typhoon induction kit have worked fine on my previous engines but apparantly not on the TS?
Oil? Semi, Full sythetic, mineral? Full synthetic costs the most so should be best but not for older/higher mileage engines? Correct?
Tyres/Wheels - What's the optimum size/profile? Regarding makes some love Falken others don't, I've previously been pleased with Toyo Proxis but some Alfa owners don't rate them.
Headlights - Rubbish but what's the best alternative?
Loads of stuff really, I know you're right in prinicple, and obey the 36k/3year cambelt rule but I wish someone would say defintively what's best, but I know that's impossible and someone would come on 5 mins later and disagree. It was just a thought that's all!
it down to preferance and money, what some like, others wont, and vice versa.
tyres - if your pleased with toyo get them, personally i get falkens, always have, there 452's especially. but tyres change, you should stick to what you know and are comfortable with
induction - cda is considered the way to go, fully synthetic oil.
exhaust - supersprint are considered to be the best, but i personlly go custom, then i get what 'I' want, not what a manufacturer wants, but its again down to personal choice.
headlights - i use hid kits, but others dont like them. but if there fitted right, with the right bulbs, theres no issues, except police, but up to you whether you take that chance
cambelt is 3yrs or 36k thats right
polybushed suspension is good for handling but bad for ride quality, as its very stiff, depends what you like.