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  1. I know there are some teams that race Saturns. I've started racing one at the local circle track, and have some questions. If you don't mind sharing some advice, shoot me a PM. Thanks.
  2. We used to say that a lot until we ponied up and got Motorolas. Only problem we've had since then was a bad PTT button.
  3. You will eventually. Or if you practice driver changes. Honestly, for the first race, that would be low on my list of concerns. At least on the Saturday race. Best of luck and have fun.
  4. I got mine a couple of weeks ago. No free shipping, but still a good deal.
  5. I've thought about using a Ford capless fuel filler neck as an overflow vent. You could make a container to plug into it. And it's sealed when not in use.
  6. I have a Roux also. I wear foam ear plugs and can still hear the radio just fine. Before the Roux, I used speakers like in Shawn's post. Again with foam ear plugs, I could hear just fine. Helmet speakers are so much better and simpler than messing with ear buds.
  7. NTSB also doesn't take a roll cage, 5-point harness, fire supression system, master electrical cutoff switch, etc......
  8. I've made a couple of gauge and switch panels. Pricing depends on size, material, number of holes, text, etc. I think this one was $80 or $90.
  9. If you want to make your own, try Front Panel Express. The design software is pretty easy to use. https://www.frontpanelexpress.com/
  10. I'm joking. Just trying to cause problems for Bill.
  11. You forgot the new for 2019 red flag for lunch hour.
  12. Eh, I can see how he'd be perturbed the way he says it went down. "Hey, a lot of teams are grumbling that you have an unclaimed locking diff in the car. Care to talk about it?" is a lot different than being approached with "How's that locking diff?" Especially post race, with everything else going on, and the emotions from the finish.
  13. I think 3 times. Once on the full roval and twice just on the infield.
  14. Tongue weight should be 10-15% of the trailer weight. I have one of these on the garage somewhere that I used to get the car location set in the trailer. I've also seen hitches on etrailer.com that have a scale built into them. Not sure what ball sizes they come in. https://www.sherline.com/product/sherline-trailer-tongue-weight-scale/
  15. Jack? For the trailer? Google "Trailer Aid." It's worth every penny. You're welcome. Now back to storage. I carried an assembled engine and transmission on a simple wooden 2x4 frame with wheels. Basically a big "T". Motor mounts sat on stubby 4x4s at the front, trans was strapped to the end. Compact, simple, portable. For suspension, I'd probably keep the struts separate. They can go on a crate. The rest really depends on how assembled you think they need to be.
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