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Re: Thanks to everyone who made LPR AX a another fun event

Postby mikey » Thu Jun 15, 2017 8:26 am

Shhhhh. People will get the wrong idea. he he he
There is another racecar in my future
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Re: Thanks to everyone who made LPR AX a another fun event

Postby Randal » Fri Jun 16, 2017 6:50 pm

Nice going Grant TTOD and on the smaller tires. Well done.
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Re: Thanks to everyone who made LPR AX a another fun event

Postby grant » Fri Jun 16, 2017 7:50 pm

Randal wrote:Nice going Grant TTOD and on the smaller tires. Well done.
Thanks Randal! Getting the car there. It took a year longer than I wanted but car should be ready to chase guys like Steve in his GT3 RS soon. ...new job kept me away from the build the past year. Car has so much more potential that it does now. Im not only doing bigger wheels and tires next but installing new ERP monoball suspension which should hold big tires better and offer more alignment flexibility. When it gets out of the shop it will be about 100 lbs lighter (around 2200 lbs) , have full aero, and 2 inches more rubber on all 4 corners. Car scoots pretty nicely with stock motor now so Im debating on whether to do a turbo. 350 hp and 2200 lb car with areo and tires should be capable of taking on new GT3's. Heck Ill have more rubber than GT3's. Car is a blast to drive now - it finally does what I want it to most of the time. Still very touchy at limit but think I can tune that out - might also be short swaybar links rather than longer ones.
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