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  1. Shouldn't the gland nut hold it in place? There shouldn't be room for the strut insert to slide up and down in the housing. If shorter inserts are installed, there should either be a spacer or the housings should be cut down.
  2. Does your car originally come with rotor hats? If not, then yes.
  3. A few questions about the analysis: Was the road stationary or setup as a moving wall? How was the grid made? Automated in Fusion360? Do you know what the y+ is for the grid? Target/average/whatever Euler or full Navier-Stokes?
  4. Fab it yourself, like the series was built on
  5. Didn't know not allowing aftermarket performance upgrades for free in a budget series meant you're in cahoots with someone.
  6. That's exactly what they're supposed to do. Sometimes you end up with happy accidents from unintended consequences, but VGs are definitely not designed to "kick the air up and off the car".
  7. Thunk-thunk thunk-thunk thunk-thunk just on and on and on. That road is flat and straight with no crazy weather to contend with. I don't understand how it's that bad.
  8. As always, wait for tech's official answer, but IIRC it's anything vertical is an airdam and anything horizontal is then a splitter.
  9. If you DQ for anything over OEM capacity, I don't know if there will be a car left in the field. Filling until it runs out the filler is already more than the factory spec, and that's without modifying vents.
  10. Like ETR said, 225s on 9s is a very common setup. That's what we ran on the MR2 and what a ton of Miata teams run. Just a tiny bit of stretch makes the tires perform really well.
  11. I'd just like to request that no one tries the second part of this statement. It's a very bad gun safety practice.
  12. One more: A couple months after buying his new bull, the darn thing went cross-eyed and was having a hard time seeing the cows. So, Ole called up the vet and had him come out to the ranch. The vet took one look at the bull and knew what to do. He went back to his pickup and grabbed a piece of hose. "Okay Ole, I'm going to put this hose up the bull's rear, and when I blow into it, his eyes will straighten. I need you to go up front and tell me when they're straight so we don't go too far." This sounded pretty weird to Ole, but sure enough the vet gave
  13. Growing up in North Dakota, Ole and Lena jokes were really common because of all the German and Norwegian ancestry. That an the Vikings/Packers joke are making me feel at home. Ole was in need of a new bull for his cows, so he grabbed the local paper and started looking through the classified ads. Pretty soon he came across an ad for a nice Hereford bull for $4999, and the same man was selling a stock trailer for $1000! The only problem was that Ole was a little short on money and only had $5000. He thought maybe he could negotiate the amount down for a package deal.
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