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Ronh911 last won the day on November 23 2018

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  1. Don't forget the mess it makes during FCY when you’re the 500 point car leader and you’re looking to pick up the pace car but it picks up the EC car “overall” leader. Then you have the issue of gaining or losing a lap over the 500 point car due to the pace car picking up the EC car.
  2. Subscribe to our channel if you can, need to boost our number to 1000 so we can start live-streaming. Ron
  3. Hi Chris, I would like to use these on my 928 Champcar if they are still available. Thanks Ron-Visceral Racing Group PS-we will be at the Glen race.
  4. Boxsters are nice as long as you never touch anything with either front fenders. The radiators will break with the slightest bump. There is a reason why I don’t run one. 944S or 944 with 3l swap, verdict is still out on my 928S.
  5. Before Porsche I used to work for Saab. 🤔
  6. We must be doing something wrong, we come to race not drink beer. 👀
  7. Great rebuttal. Protest me and find out.
  8. I’m not sure which one of you (snake,snorman) is wrong more often. They don’t claim an engine oil cooler, they do claim a transmission cooler though. And as for whether or not it is part of the swap, you can take that up with tech. because it is an integral part of the engine. Not to mention as I’ve already stated, ALL 944s CAME WITH OIL COOLERS, every model from 1983 until 1991, every single one.
  9. Here is an actual fact, unlike what was said above. ALL 944s came with an oil cooler. A bonus fact for you continual 944 haters, the S2 engine swap comes with a large air to oil cooler, all OE. With that statement Snorman you align yourself exactly with what Troy was saying about certain people who would rather win by watching others blow up. That’s not what this series should be about.
  10. That's why I didn't have the crank drilled years ago. Porsche actually used a cross drilled crank in the 83 944 but only that year. All others are single drilled. If Porsche thought they could fix this problem with a cross drill they would have implemented this, it would have been a cheap fix/update. That's why I don't have high hopes on it working/helping.
  11. We redline at 6800 but try and shift by 6K, unfortunately peak power is at 5800 so we tend to overshoot 6K.
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