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6 Replies and 578 Views '01 mustang esp question  578  6 Started by  lpartridge i'm moving up to esp but had a couple of questions to anyone that may know. i've read the rules pretty thoroughly and have a good idea what can be done, but one thing is unclear. they don't mention anything about subframe connectors. i have a bullitt which came with subframe connectors but i'd like to upgrade to full length. anyone know for sure thanks a lot. luke.
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by  lpartridgeJump to last post
03/14/2006 2:51 PM
6 Replies and 539 Views Need an engine bad.  539  6 Started by  ridgeklay As some of you remember my grandma has an 89 pontiac sunbird. It is the SE trim. The engine has a crack in the block somewhere and smokes more than the french. We need an engine for the car. I can do the install myself (I hope). Does anybody have one of these around the house or know of a good place to get engines PM or call 618-922-2011
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by  hopsterJump to last post
03/12/2006 2:51 PM
4 Replies and 442 Views Chassis adjustment cheat sheet  442  4 Started by  wrheadle Hey all- I've been tasked to teach at Fort Wayne Region's annual driver's school and as a part of that, I'm looking for a cheat sheet for chassis adjustments and the affects thereof on the handling (I could make one, but it would be easier to 'borrow' one from the 'net).  Anyone know of something like this online Thanks- Lazy Bill
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by  Bryan SJump to last post
03/12/2006 1:39 PM
6 Replies and 658 Views Konig Minuz??  658  6 Started by  ridgeklay The Minuz is 15x6.5 and only 10.5 lbs. Anybody know if it is a racing wheel or just a show wheel
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by  ridgeklayJump to last post
03/11/2006 2:32 PM
21 Replies and 957 Views Battery Master Swirch (exterior)  957  21 Started by  Scooby Do
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Ok, after blowing through 2 Hella master battery cutoff switches (dont seem to like the elements to much) Im looking fir a winner here. Scott suggested the Longacre external switch, but im just wondering what the rest of you hardcore or real racer guys are using Needs to: Mount externally Be water proof Have a removeable key And freaking last more then a few weeks
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by  Speed RaycerJump to last post
03/08/2006 5:58 PM
9 Replies and 458 Views Storing your race tires  458  9 Started by  chrisitr Ok so how much do I need to worry about temp changes with where I store my tires  Do I have to worry about the temp outside heat cycling my tires if I store them in the garage  Should I just store them in the basement
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by  drgnrcr101Jump to last post
03/05/2006 2:32 PM
4 Replies and 363 Views And now for my next question, camber bolts  363  4 Started by  chrisitr Do they go in the top hole or the bottom hole on the strut  I want to say the bottom but I'm probably wrong.
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by  StephanieCJump to last post
03/04/2006 1:32 PM
5 Replies and 430 Views Brake job tips  430  5 Started by  MattG   I am going to start replacing my brake pads and rotors.  Does anyone have suggestions for 'I might as well while I'm at it'  type of work,  hints on how to keep things quiet, or general hints I have the factory service manual so instructions are not a problem, plus I have done brakes before with somewhat ok results&91:^)&93
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by  MattGJump to last post
03/02/2006 8:09 PM
3 Replies and 427 Views Quarter Panel Patch???  427  3 Started by  ridgeklay I noticed that my quarter panels are really stating to rust alot. I know it is a weight reduction, but they are starting to look real bad. Is there anywhere that sells patches for this area of the car or is it best to just do a custom repair job. A local shop said he could do it for around $600 but then the paint won't match. I want to fix it inexpensive so I can paint the car also.
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by  Speed RaycerJump to last post
03/01/2006 3:47 PM
9 Replies and 400 Views Looking for a good exhaust shop  400  9 Started by  bighop Nothing complicated, just weld a couple test pipes in place of the cats. The closer to Clayton the better, the more trustworthy the better. Oh, and the quicker the better. Thanks
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by  drivemach1Jump to last post
02/28/2006 5:41 PM
16 Replies and 686 Views Lightweight battery deals?  686  16 Started by  mingaa Anyone know of a better deal on a lighweight battery than the ODYSSEY PC680 on eBay for $70.50 shipped Length 7 in. Width 3 1/16 in. Height 6 5/8 in. 14 lbs. Drycell Battery Without Metal Jacket 12 Volt 16 Ah 10hr rate 220 CCA 680 Cranking Amps for 5 Seconds 24 Minute Reserve Capacity Cycle life 77°F 400 at 100 DOD -40°F to 140°F Temperature Range
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by  mingaaJump to last post
02/25/2006 2:52 PM
1 Replies and 420 Views Tire Question  420  1 Started by  NeonR/T Is there a proper procedure for breaking in the new Azenis 615's  I know they don't need to be heat cycled, but is there anything else that can be done to extend/enhance their performance
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by  Jeremy KirkJump to last post
02/23/2006 9:45 PM
11 Replies and 481 Views Brake rotor wear tolerance lists?!  481  11 Started by  mingaa I'm surprised that I can't find the wear or machine-to rotor tolerances ojn the web! I'm all over Google daily. No reason this should be a guarded secret Tips anyone - or the figures for a 2001 Neon front rotor. I'm doing pads and rotors but, it would be nice to know the tolerance.
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by  mingaaJump to last post
02/14/2006 2:25 PM
7 Replies and 486 Views Just for curiousitys sake  486  7 Started by  chrisitr Are there any places around St Louis that shave tires  Also is it worth it to have tires heat cycled before you buy them or is it just good enough to drive on em for a bit when you first have them.  Ok and now I am officially pissed off about trying to figure out what tires I should run.....shaved or not shaved, kooks or MXs or 615s, 225/50 or 225/45, this sucks.
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by  Pete GossettJump to last post
02/14/2006 12:17 PM
5 Replies and 529 Views Bushings for a '90 Miata  529  5 Started by  Rande Hackmann After taking off the rear wheels to mount the roll bar last week I took a good look at the bushings and decided after 15 years on the car it was time for them to go.  But looking online to buy them there are several choices and I'm not sure which way to go.  Flyin' Miata is my first choice, but many people like the new Mazda ones.  I have signed up for my membership but it has not been approved so I am not sure how much the the kits run from them, that and there are three differen...
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by  garyJump to last post
02/11/2006 9:29 AM
4 Replies and 374 Views Brake Rotors  374  4 Started by  MattG I have pads on order from soloperformance.  Now where is a good place to get rotors  Tire rack has brembo replacements for $44 each.   Autozone has OE replacements for much cheaper.   Is it worth the extra money for the Brembo name   I was thinking getting the autozone for rear and maybe the brembo for the front. Suggestions
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by  thundering02Jump to last post
02/10/2006 12:21 PM
12 Replies and 401 Views Need a reputable custom driveshaft shop  401  12 Started by  Scooby Do Need a custom DS for the audi..any reccomendations
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by  Scooby DoJump to last post
02/07/2006 2:17 PM
0 Replies and 471 Views VW Vortex 5x100 Classifieds Section  471  0 Started by  mingaa New one on me! 5 x 100 pattern wheels only! Didn't find anything that I could use but, will keep and eye on it.  
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01/30/2006 2:10 PM
3 Replies and 411 Views 16" wheel source - Team Dynamics - other??  411  3 Started by  mingaa Anyone have contact info for  a Team Dynamics wheel sales rep in the US FYI - looking for 16 x 7' 5 x 100 -  35mm or less offset wheels. Reasonably light (15-17 lb)- reasonable price. Thx!      
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by  mingaaJump to last post
01/30/2006 1:29 PM
2 Replies and 456 Views What disolves Permanent Locktite?  456  2 Started by  Sam Platt Anybody know of a solvent that disolves permanent locktite Acetone dosen't seem to phase it.
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01/28/2006 10:46 AM
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