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  1. Well, it depends on a lot of things. An LS is going to be the cheapest and easiest to get that kind of power. Th RB keeps it Nissan, but they're expensive. A JZ will get you all kinds of street cred at import meets, but they're also expensive. What's your budget? Do you care about lineage? Manual or auto trans? There are so many more factors than just the power level
  2. The oil still gets run through the filter eventually, since not all the oil goes to the same place each time through.
  3. We loved Raybestos ST-43 pads in our racecar. A lot of the endurance racing guys swear by them. Their bite is pretty consistent from cold to hot, and they wear like iron.
  4. I'd say follow the manufacturer recommendations. I know Koni says no boots, but others suggest them.
  5. Got it. I thought it was probably something like that.
  6. What exactly is a zero hole?
  7. I've ordered from them a few times. The only issue I've had is they didn't send a part, I asked for an update, and they replied "Oh its back-ordered for 12-16 weeks. We'll let you know when we get them in." They were prompt about issuing a refund when I asked for one, though.
  8. What's the name of the shop? It would be interesting to look at the pictures on IG.
  9. I suppose an alternative would be to just have the ECU(will be a Haltech in my case) output the wheel speed data to the MK60. I believe I could setup an output that scales one set of the VSS pulses to match the number of teeth on the other set. The MK60 wouldn't know the difference.
  10. Big Sur is a great choice for a stop. I haven't been there in a few years, but Julia Pfeiffer State Park is right on PCH and has some nice little hikes if you're into that. You might also be able to catch some elephant seal stragglers on the beaches near Hearst Castle.
  11. I've long been planning on and working towards having traction control in my car. I've been doing some reading about the MK60 units. It's handy that it outputs the wheel speed and yaw data as raw values that ECUs can read as regular inputs. It avoids having to make the can systems communicate. The only downside is that the ABS unit requires the sensor ring on each wheel to have the same number of teeth. I haven't pulled my R200SN off the shelf to count, but I'm guessing it doesn't have the same number of teeth as the Subaru tone rings I have for the front.
  12. What are you using to control it?
  13. What brand is the ABS unit? Aftermarket or pulled out of another car?
  14. It doesn't affect the actual spring rate, but it changes the wheel rate. The further you space out the wheel, the longer the moment arm pressing up on the spring, reducing how stiff the suspension is.
  15. https://forums.hybridz.org/topic/128708-wide-body-build-thread-fiberglass-mafia-kit-molded/
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