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Old 02-08-2019, 11:00 AM
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Toby has been hibernating, but there are big things coming. And by "big", I mean "wide".
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Old 03-22-2019, 02:40 PM
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Big updates completed just in time for autocross season. Didn't go complete ham as expected BUT the STi driveline and suspension conversion is complete! Got the 5x114 swap all buttoned and bolted so the car is now effectively a bugeye STi wagon!





Had some equipment issues with getting the alignment perfectly dialed (losing the rear camber bolts and need to investigate why I only have limited front camber), but got it good enough to rock for autocross this weekend. Rolling on goldies for now while I still sort the flare stuff.
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Well, the RR experiment failed.. for autocross anyway. Those will be going away.
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Switched out the Q300


I also want to drop my Q300...
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