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Old 09-06-2007, 11:36 PM
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^ looked fun...

I think I need to start autoxin'
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Old 09-07-2007, 12:42 AM
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Old 09-07-2007, 01:19 AM
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Damn K, ballin already buy all those parts!! what kind of rear lateral links are you going for??What do you think about the CUSCO rear pillowball tension rods..I know its for the drifters but cant help but to try it out since they have applications for gc's and gd's..
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Old 09-07-2007, 01:32 AM
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Haha. I dunno. I am currently working on the lateral links. That's the thing that I think will hopefully fix the weird rear right wheel. I am putting aside money little by little. Still haven't figured if I want to do toe and camber or just toe. The difference is $130, but might be cost effective.

After that, I am thinking about upgrading rotors and pads. The good news is that I hear SCCA members get 20% off of Porterfield pads through Porterfield. I might take advantage of that. That in itself, will still run about $250ish. Maybe $200. We'll just have to see.

And tires after that. I am leaning toward replacing the flat Goodyear F1 Eagle tire. Probably a little more cost efficient. It won't be a sticky as in some other cases, but the set should last quite awhile.
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Old 09-07-2007, 01:38 PM
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not a prob bud, lemme know when you're down this way
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Old 09-07-2007, 06:07 PM
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Some pics that Hugo took and I Photoshopped.



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Hella. I just realized that I took that turn in the second pic way too wide. Anyways, always room for improvement.
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Hella. I just realized that I took that turn in the second pic way too wide. Anyways, always room for improvement.
Where are the cones,Kev?
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Haha. I got a story about that at auto-x school. I was 75% through the course and then I realized that there were no cones on my left side. Finally hit me that I ran off course. Haha.
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You should go with the camber & toe adj. units, IMO. it would be usefully to balance out cross camber in the rear, one of my main grips about stock rear subaru suspension setups.
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Yeah. I think it'll be just as cost-effective to do both of them. I guess I just have to save the extra money.
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Haha. I got a story about that at auto-x school. I was 75% through the course and then I realized that there were no cones on my left side. Finally hit me that I ran off course. Haha.
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Some pics from today's meet in SF at FIA.







A pic that another person took.

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^^^ OFFICIALLY the chick magnet !!

(I'll take the one in orange,Kev.)
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