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Old 03-19-2018, 03:16 PM
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One mustn't fail to mention the smoky burnout (going uphill) on the trailer--that's pro-trailering. Clutches love this.
Still getting used to this whole car, trailer, towing, racing, yada yada thing.

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Both those RX7ís sound like wicked little cars, nice job Mark.

Dave, youíre ruining the pedigree of that car...
That's what I pretty do with everything. If I could short the things I get involved with I'd be a rich man.

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I just want to make sure you know they sell replacement clutches. You donít need to rebuild the WHOLE car.
That is the goal -- get back to the track immediately!
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Old 05-04-2018, 07:52 PM
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From now on if anybody asks about the car, just say itís black.
Spring rates? Yup, black
Front K? Itís black
Control arms? Black

Or you can answer a question with a question, for instance...
Wouldnít you like to know?
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Whatís it to ya?

Another idea borrowed from ol Smokey himself ďitís pretty much stockĒ

Bash, reading all the new stuff i've never seen before, cause I cant do anything else, i'm waiting for surgery on Monday

and you have me absolutely laughing my A.. off Thank You!

it is great to see you guy's out having fun in these race cars
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Old 05-04-2018, 10:50 PM
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Joe if you donít know by now, these guys that I bust on are really good people, some of the best! Iím a bit slow (in more ways than one) but hope to be tracking with them all soon...Iím actually going to buy a helmet tomorrow.

Good luck on Monday with the surgery!
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Bash, reading all the new stuff i've never seen before, cause I cant do anything else, i'm waiting for surgery on Monday

and you have me absolutely laughing my A.. off Thank You!

it is great to see you guy's out having fun in these race cars
Good luck Joe. My apologies that you found my thread to pass some of the time.


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Joe if you donít know by now, these guys that I bust on are really good people, some of the best! Iím a bit slow (in more ways than one) but hope to be tracking with them all soon...Iím actually going to buy a helmet tomorrow.

Good luck on Monday with the surgery!
Clearly you aren't referring to me.

Get your car and safety gear ready and come south.

I got 4 track days on the books in the next 4 months.
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Good luck Joe. My apologies that you found my thread to pass some of the time.
Thanks guys, fortunately it's a one day thing (hopefully) Monday with my my kidney and they caught it it early on. I thought it was something else and was overly worried.

The best part is I could waste a week of time off catching up on things here, lol. I was hoping to work on my car but this took me out of commission due to the pain. So I sleep, then come here, and read. Heck I even read all of Weld's "Shed Build" from start to finish, and then I found out about his health and I found out I was very fortunate.
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I'll be running this POS with NASA this Saturday at Sonoma if anyone is around.... come say hello. :beers:
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I'll be running this POS with NASA this Saturday at Sonoma if anyone is around.... come say hello. :beers:
How did that track day at Sonoma
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Heard he ran a 1:56 from up stairs down to the keezer and back up ��

There running at Sonoma on July 6th DG. If I get my aluminum fuel cell in I'm signing up
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Heard he ran a 1:56 from up stairs down to the keezer and back up ��

There running at Sonoma on July 6th DG. If I get my aluminum fuel cell in I'm signing up
1:52, 1:53... something like that. Actually had my first beer today in 10 days.... so that tells you a little how I've been feeling which is why I missed Sonoma.

I was looking at that date too for a possible do-over.... but I'm confirmed for Laguna Seca July 16 already so that may be too close together for my schedule.... we'll see next week.
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