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  1. 1995 Dodge Neon Road Racing car – Asking $5,500 CAD (~4,400 USD today). Located in Burnaby, B.C. Contact my user name @ gmail More pictures available here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/fbQZS6rrPmRzVT9D2 Our team built this car for ChumpCar and Lucky Dog Racing League events, and used it from 2013-2017. Over that time, we’ve developed it into a great handling, easy to drive racecar. This is a cheap, well prepared way to go road racing or hill climbing – just add an Accusump and new belts! The cost of the engine and cage alone far exceed the asking price of the c
  2. Thanks, that's what I thought but wanted to clarify.
  3. Does the new X bar requirement apply to both driver and passenger side, or driver side only? We have Nascar style bars on the driver side but a simple X (3 tubes) the the passneger side that would not pass under this clarification.
  4. It's actually an EVO3 logger (mounted where the centre console used to be) attached to an external display. It's great in that we have large, foolproof warning and shift lights, as well as backlighting for night races. The AIM analysis software is pretty poor from a driver development perspective, but it's nice to be able to check max values on the sensors to make sure nobody has overreved the engine, water and oil temps remained under control, etc.
  5. Here's the video from onboard the other car: https://youtu.be/YJ_WE-MP6HM Sorry to hear that's the end for that car, it's never a good way to end a race weekend. Like I said when we chatted at the track, as soon as I realized the driver didn't see me I tried to get out of it, but at that point it was too late.
  6. What a great race! While it was disappointing our car (Wu Chan Clan #28 Neon) had to retire after hour 10 with a substantial front crank seal leak, our pace was encouraging. I had a few good battles out on track with a number of different cars, but want to apologize to the my little pony team for the contact at T2 about 7 hrs into the race. I thought the door was open for a pass but I clearly misjudged it.
  7. Great multi-lap battle with the BMW of Blazing Mapleleaf Wunderkinder during Sunday's 9 hour race. Lost him a few times in traffic then caught back up. He had a lot more power which made the car hard to pass. I was side by side at the exit of 6 at one point, but we had a yellow heading down the hill into 7, so I let him go instead of risking a penalty. Also had him entering 10-11, but saw a white flag and let him go for the same reason (didn't realize passing was ok under white flag). I finally got him for good...about 3 laps before the car blew up >https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rl
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