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  1. Two pages guys? No, the fan is obsolete at 50mph. In fact, I have taken an Iron Duke from 320 to 190 withing several seconds of 40mph driving. We had an m20 reach IAT of 360 in the snow last Feb at Road Atlanta lol. Water instantaneously vaporized off the INTAKE manifold, derp.
  2. Believe it's 24'. The title doesn't indicate, would have to measure, but the old trailer was 22' and this one is a bit longer (and wider inside). It's not quite long enough for both cars.
  3. Actually just realized there's a third engine on a pallet in storage that wasn't listed/photoed. Editing....
  4. Sorry, didn't add location. FTL area, yes, they are stored in Oakland Park if anyone wants to check them out.
  5. Up for sale is an endurance racing outfit generally used in the Champcar series. $24,500 These cars are literally ready to race, just need to bring an extra trailer for the second car (and running parts car included with sale). Both cars are strong runners that see lap times in the low to flat 2:40's at Sebring, low to flat 2:20's at Daytona and mid 1:40's at Road Atlanata. The white #22 has been with us since 2014 and was painted by the “Kids Racing for Life” foundation in 2015. The black #13 was purchased three years ago and has seen two race seasons and a single race the prior season. It was used by Anthony's Coal Fired pizza early in the Champcar series (aka Chumpcar), but was parked since 2016 due to a blown engine. The #13 black car has a fuel cell and easily makes 2 hours, the #22 white car fall just short at Daytona if there's no double yellows. Both cars use e36 steering racks for the shorter ratio. Both cars fall under the 500 point rules for Champcar, and come with log books. As of 2019/2020 racing season, both cars received the following: Seat harness Window net Wheel bearings Drive shaft OEM GKN/Lobro axle shafts (not box store junk) IRP floor mounted shifter Central fire systems Digital radios 15x8” TRMotorsport 14lb wheels to fit 225/45 r15 Turner Motorsport “J-Stock” front shocks/springs Bilstein b8 Camaro rear shocks, “J-Stock” springs Shock/strut mounts Fuel cell foam (black #13, #22 uses stock tank) Fuel pumps/filters Condor Speed Shop bushing package Bilstein giubo (flex disk) Differential service (#22 got LSD clutches) Sach's clutch Clutch slave/master Lemforder control arms Reman calipers (#13 black) caliper kit (#22 white) The lot comes with the 2008 United enclosed trailer, and all associated spares. Trailer was serviced for tires and wheel bearings last year, and has an electric tongue jack with electric brakes. The rolling pit box is full of tools, small parts, jack stands and the like. Spare parts include: Three complete engines (not including the one in the parts car) Spare wheels (set of 8”, several 7”) Blown engine attached to a good trans/clutch package drive train cart second transmission (untested) running/driving complete early model car New tire set (4) New brake pad set Radiator Lots of little/loose items, hoses, spark plug wires etc More pics here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/194115864@N05/albums/72157719984874339/with/51577360039/ Call 954-410-8844
  6. Nice to finally see y'all's faces last weekend. :) Any updates for us?
  7. Such a cool truck! GLWS. Trucks are a tough sell right now, though. Just before the pandemic, my buddy finally accepted $5k for his really clean '02 f250 SD 4 door with '06 facelift, 4wd with fresh AT tires/rims, Fox coils, 4" suspension lift etc - when just 6mos ago the same truck were selling in the 5 digits. I was just shopping for another Excursion and can't believe the current prices.
  8. Our driver also mentioned the rainbow after the red flag restart. Hard to say what it was, though, a few drops of gasoline or oil spreads quite large in thin water.
  9. We used a square piece of 3/16" sheet metal large enough to catch all 4 factory seat bolts, then bolted the seat to that. Lower than any bent sheet metal seat mounts, uses the strengthened areas for the stock seat, and it's low enough to make hooking the anti-submarine to the eyelet nearly impossible without removing everything. A hole is cut a in the sheet to allow the belt to go down to a factory cross brace where the eyelet is welded to the floor.
  10. Thanks @Chummy posting on the tricorder from the back seat of the haul truck, not savvy enough to upload pics from it.
  11. Do you want to build a snowman? We (Propaganda #22) had a great time even though lap count was low. We built a snow man, sled down the cold pit Hill, snowball fought, and raced a little. Even got the Sportsmanship award for this race. :) Our first driver got a nice bump in the rear bumper from someone at the top of the hill between 10 and 12, hopefully someone here has some input or video. The e30 was running strong (managed a 1:50 fastest in the morning dry session), but between the random pole position generator, and so few laps, we just kinda stayed in th same position for the day. Our car isn't overly fast, so we count on it's reliability and pit strategy to hopefully finish in the top 15-ish. I got in the car late, so it was a full course caution, and only got about half a track of green before the race was called. Wow, it was hard to see in that fog at night!
  12. This thread helped us get another Champ-er. Doing another RCC kit in an e30. Honestly, though, it's a little more efficient to just bend them from scratch - with the kits you are kind of stuck with some dimensions. @Todd K Small world. Missed your post the first time around - I know John well, he has done a bunch of engine machine work for me over the years.
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