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Axxe last won the day on August 31 2015

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  1. If anyone has any footage of #87 crash in T3 please let me know, My GoPro wasnt recording again and the git2 sd card is corrupted (but was flashing recording when it came in on the flatbed). Car was finally running decently and holding its own in the corners on used 2015 hankooks.
  2. Will decals be available for purchase at Tech or Registration?
  3. Coming from e30's to the neon, the throttle was very frustrating at first. We have thrown around the idea of adapting the bmw method, something like what pictured below, but honestly just haven't had the time and have had much bigger fish to fry, like brake lights shorting out ECU's.
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    Learning Moment - Crash damage

    Mark, you remember my little brown flag moment at WGI? The car was loose with those nankangs in the back and 'kooks up front, just have to steer into it! Found the clip: https://youtu.be/QpKqp3iOerM?t=40m34s
  5. The shorter one is either iX or Corrado.
  6. Do the collars seem decent? I need to get some for the neon, was kinda turned off when I didn't see a single mention of spring rate on multiple ebay postings and just moved over to looking at stuff that was way more expensive.
  7. So, reading through the supps for Calabogie, I noticed under SR8: SR8 – All team members over the wall must wear a fireproof driver’s suit, gloves and full-face helmet when fueling. A balaclava and goggles are no longer acceptable in lieu of a helmet. SNEL 2005 helmets are no longer allowed!!! So we can't use our old helmets for fueling anymore? I understand they aren't allowed in the car anymore, but for fueling they should be fine, no?
  8. Pfft you are mistaking me for my rookie drivers. I was just saying, you need to make your car look like the pace car if you are acting like it hahaha. Seriously though, I'm going to get a pair of these to run on the front in the gap between hood and bumper:
  9. I think something like this is the only thing that is safe. Make sure you mount it as high as possible, if you can build a big box to mount it higher it will be even safer. Remember, safety first
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    The UNOFFICAL don't miss Gingerman Thread

    Does gingerman have a strict noise policy?
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    Passenger compartment fuel lines

    Steel braided lines are acceptable. I just went through tech with steel braided lines through the compartment, no issues. Just make sure they are well secured and routed smartly to avoid chafing. Nobody likes chafing.
  12. If anyone cares to know, turns out the pressure regulator was on its last legs as well. New intank pump plus regulator, ran flawlessly all weekend at mosport. Drove on the fuel light for 12 minutes with intermittent starvation but still running within 2 seconds of best lap. Thanks for all the help!
  13. We are racing a 98 neon, Mopar 4 Life will be out there with his beast mode 1st gen. Getting pumped! Testing the neon out again tonight to confirm fuel system fix, see everyone on Friday!
  14. Tell your rookie to just be predictable and don't try to do anybody any favours by getting out of the way. Drive their own line, be consistent, watch the mirrors but don't fixate, overtaking cars will find their way around. Oh and maybe suggest they pack an extra pair of shorts, some skid marks aren't left on the pavement.
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