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  1. Thats a good point. Used offset bushings were installed and torqued on all the inner control arm mounting points front and back (the typical kits that have been around forever.) But I swear there was no little to no binding. Still have the oem rubber in the outer rear. There is a 1" diameter difference between a 225/45/15 and 225/50/15 so I'm sure that adds to it.
  2. Filled in the blanks. Just seems to me that for an off the shelf performance kit, it should be quite a bit lower.
  3. Anyone have a clue as to why this car is so damn high? I understand we can get the rear lower with an early shock isolator but what about the front? We're building a chumpcar which keeps us from using the typical sectioned struts with coil-overs. Springs are sitting in the perches correctly and the spacers/bearings are installed between the top perch and the isolators. We don't want to sacrifice shock travel to go lower but it seems to me that it should at least be a few inches lower than it is. Anyone have any idea?
  4. Could also use the Whomba lever for cruise control
  5. Early (rusted out) 260Z part out.

    Hows the sheet metal around both 1/4 windows (all the complex curvs and whatnot) and the fule filling area? I'll try and take some pics of what I need when I get home
  6. Have you thought about header design yet? I wonder if just copying the primary length and diameter off a known good K series header would be a good idea.
  7. when to prime oil pump

    I pull the plugs and crank the engine over till I see about 5lbs or oil pressure.
  8. Make me an offer...need this stuff gone

    Are the calipers any good?
  9. Oh my... Nice way to open the thread BTW
  10. Hoosier R6's for Furrin Use

    Re run the Hoosier R6 right now on the IT car. The A6 is an autocross compound and as heavy85 stated, would fall off after a few laps. If your aim is to get a single good lap, they are your ticket. If you need longevity then the R6 is still faster then the tires you listed.
  11. Morton rides again...

    Man what a fun week the runoffs was. I was there with Ira wrenchin on his car all week. We got the chance to take Morton to the go karts and duke it out with (now) 2 Zcar national champions (Morton and Ira.)
  12. BAD John BAD! These dry rot over time and can pop at high pressure... leaving you with an over heated engine. Its actually best to connect the back of the head back to the radiator outlet, but we've ran it plugged (threaded outlet) for years with no problems.
  13. Lets see those brake ducts!

    Shitty pic from my facebook... This is on our ITS car
  14. 2013 Mitty at Road Atlanta

    How'd things go? I really wanted t make it up there... just too many racing related weekends so far this year.
  15. Many of us will be running with SVRA at the 12 Hours Of Sebring. Come support us and have a ton of fun at an awesome event!
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