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  1. It’s only going to come out if suspended completely perpendicular. Like others have mentioned, I get the biggest fattest pry bar or two while it’s still installed and may have to hammer on it with a monster shortie sledgehammer. Opposing wedges hammered in anger might do it.
  2. Not disputing data but 7 laps = approx 30 min , what about the other 800 min? The g force diff is a shock first time running the good stuff.
  3. I use dorman at work for folks that do not want or can't spend for delco/motorcraft, more then one time have I had to chat up dorman engineers, in 2 cases I caught something they got wrong. Would love to hear more.
  4. Edit @Bill Strong I am linking photos the same as always but since the latest BIG update they do not work... what has to be done? Removing the module side exposes the pump motor connections where they pass from the module, through the valve body to the motor, do NOT remove the motor it will be difficult/impossible to reinstall, as the motor shaft is eccentric to act on 2 heavily sprung opposing pistons (last pic) If the pics work I would say there is plenty of room to drill through the module to pass wires you could solder directly to motor power. [u
  5. Do you ever come up with a way to detect? I recently dismantled an ABS module like this, There is a way.
  6. It’s been discussed, if rain tires are going to be a thing, the race director can call when that change is acceptable
  7. Just like the c3 debacle, the re71 and the like are a partially exploded time bomb here. Everyone can deflect/deny or whatever, but it is ONLY to preserve their lap time advantage and leverage from a better financial position then a budget series should allow. No words can change these facts. Carry on.
  8. Forget it, no point in trying unless it HURTS to change a bunch of tires (bunch=2+)
  9. Its never the car or engine but wat happens with a good car, good drivers and great tire budget?
  10. And why no no no?!? Only way to see what the heck is going on is to try it.
  11. Crowd control does well on them when rs4 is unavailble from tire rack.
  12. Purchase a set, try them out, get out of the car feeling like superman, then check how fast they wear for the 2 seconds faster, you’ll understand.
  13. When the day comes, you will finally understand the hoopla over this soft tire debate. This is a real issue.
  14. Casual observation, anytime a car smokes by me repeatedly when we should have relatively similar HP/WT I look at their tires… There is a huge correlation. @mindspin311 have you put Re71R on your car for evaluation?
  15. Simple, race director makes the "weather call" For you and wvumtnbkr Top teams are the only ones really affected and those teams know how to align for good wear, if there is a incident its part of racing and likely that top team is already out of the hunt. Folks not in it to win it are not affected at all by time spent changing their used tire collection to get the most value out of older rubber. @mindspin311 One question, what tires do you typically run?
  16. Not going to fix the problem, make it painful to run frequently worn out sticky, low lap time tires. NOWHERE in this series can anyone buy 2+ seconds a lap with upgrades to the car for 0 points EXCEPT burning fast rubber.
  17. Most cars could be better with more love or points, but any car can be 2 seconds faster when buying certain tires.
  18. It definitely can be done, you prove it all the time, but people with a Decent budget will spend whatever it takes to go faster.
  19. And Being we are a budget minded series,that is why some of us feel multiple tire changes need to be limited. My proposal would be to add five minutes for more than one tire changed during a fuel stop.
  20. And if we had a stick it would be a very boring clutch.
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