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lordmulgath last won the day on December 4 2011

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  1. Hi There I did that drawing, it's for the car in my profile pic Sent you a PM
  2. Check out wifilapper, it's a little more involved on the set up, but will work with bluetooth obd II readers and dump data to a pitside laptop every lap. that way your crew can keep an eye on systems for you. All you need is an Android phone, a half decent router and a laptop(bet you have all 3!). Getting a 10hz bluetooth gps doesn't hurt, or the bluetooth obd II reader is nice too(links available from the wifilapper site). Since it's just a phone and some blutooth things it's very portable, so jumping between cars is easy. use it with race render, or dashware to put whatever data you want on your videos too. oh ya.... it's FREEEEEEEEEEEEEE.
  3. I would say that is a question you HAVE to send to your local tech guy, or regional director for an official ruling. Not something to post on the forums and get random guys speculation on, no matter how good they may be. easttech@chumpcar.com michaelc@chumpcar.com Hope you get the answer you're looking for!
  4. This. The only exception would be if the DNF's were not at fault. Things like, someone else hit you, or a piece of debris blew out a tire or 2. At which point you're still out your entry fee, but as long as it happened soon enough, you can get rule 6.4 to kick in, and even 6.6 (discount rules)
  5. Because fire is bad and 4L isn't that much more pricey than 2.5L! Also the 4L can feed a lot more nozzles than a 2.5L can.
  6. The best thing you can do out of the gate to see how things are done, is to go volunteer for a race. You'll get to see how things are run, how the best and the worst teams run their operations. Not to mention get in good with the head honcho's.
  7. do you also have a lower rocker bar? or is it just the 2 door bars you have shown?
  8. EBC Yellows are a great pad and are easy on rotors.
  9. Seats are not required to be SFI rated, and the NRG ones are not. If you want a Kirkey seat we can also take care of that for you, give us a call or shoot us an email here at Street Rate Parts. -Phil
  10. Hey Dimsun They are very comfortable strong seats, we usually sell them for $229.95, shipped to your location in the US. We'll do it for Chumps for $210. We have mounted them on Sparco low-profile slider tracks with good success, we usually sell them for $65 for chumps. If you're looking for a quick disconnect steering wheel we also sell the NRG gen 2 quick release hub, shaft adapter and suede wheel (ST-006S-Y)for $273 to your door. Give us a call if you're looking tires and rims we can give you chumps a good deal. Thanks Phil
  11. deep breath.... HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. If you really believed that then you would have e-mailed your questions to a local tech official, or any of the other o-fish-al chump folks. But by posting it on here and thinking anyone is going to follow your instructions is laughable. If that was the case people would use the search function that is listed at the beginning of the "so you want to be a chump" thread, to find answers to their questions. You know the one that everyone should really read first. Good luck getting any kind of official response! I'm quite curious myself to see what comes of your questions.
  12. Good God, is this thread still going??? Happy 4th of July Americans! Do any of you get tomorrow off too?
  13. then why not email him rather than start all this over yet again?
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