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KoneKillah last won the day on February 2 2020

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  1. https://sanantonio.craigslist.org/cto/d/san-antonio-1982-corvette/7109708876.html You have nothing better to do than build a race car right now. Someone do it.
  2. That was INTENSE. Love Racing made out pretty well. We missed our opportunity to take 5th because we Weren't sure when the white flag was. Thanks so much for hosting guys! Question: The full course cautions seem to hurt more than they help and aren't really necessary in the virtual world. A local yellow will work just fine especially with the power of spotting from a chopper and hitting the escape key. What's the thought behind the FCC?
  3. Lol the guy I was chatting with on FB seemed to not know what champcar was. They are a sponsor?
  4. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2481250045460853&id=1776251722627359&comment_id=2481608038758387&notif_t=comment_mention&notif_id=1585959892495061&ref=m_notif Let me know if this linky no worky. These guys sell adapter brackets to fit FC/FD RX7 4 piston calipers on a Miata with 11.5in Mini Cooper rotors. Should fit in the 2X rule nicely. They are running a group buy and need at least 20 to bring the price down to around $150. They fit under 15in wheels if the backspacing is correct. Check em out on FB and Instagram
  5. On another note those GDI Hyundai 4 cyls are darn near indestructible.
  6. It's the best option IMO. If you do go that route make sure to weld in a lug so the through bolt doesn't get damaged over time.
  7. Here here! Middle is effectively the same as the right picture IF we assume infinitely rigid spacers.
  8. Something about Spirit, something something.
  9. I would not run those unless you want to replace dampers every race...
  10. The green indicated sarcasm as the material you think you have doesn't exist. IF we assume this wundermaterial is infinitely rigid, which it isn't, then scenario 2 and 3 are the same. Why not drill holes in the ARB closer to the mounting points to increase the effective stiffness? Your solutions add unsprung weight and introduce a ton of bending loads that will cause failures. EDIT: I saw you in the previous thread. If your plan is to only move the attachment point a small distance, say 1 in, then a small spacer and longer bolt wont cause too much of an issue. I was a bit taken aback by the "not to scale" nature of your illustrations. I like the Idea of mounting to the lower shock mount by a hanging end link. You may be pushing that cantilevered bolt, however.
  11. Cage mat'l shipped. Seat was delivered. Wiring up 220v in my garage and getting ready to start cutting the floor out for a drop pan.
  12. Why did you keep the seatbelt towers?
  13. Please tell me where to find this unobtainium! It would revolutionize industry as we know it!
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