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02-08-2013 10:18 AM
tukaniSVT Forget all of that ... just come out even on the stock setup.

You need to feel the difference between your stock setup and when you get the coils on.

To give you an idea ... the Mazda2 up there is on stock suspension. Just better tires. And is quite quick.
That's why I love AutoX. It's a drivers game as oppose to how much you spend on your mods.

Ray
02-08-2013 09:30 AM
VonKrause Sweet pics Ray. Once I get on coils again, and get my tune fixed I'll be out there with ya.
02-08-2013 08:36 AM
tigercrazy718
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Yeah man it was great. The weather was perfect and the course was quick.
Fastest time of day was 44 secs and slowest time was 58 I believe.

My fastest clean run was 52.6. But I did hit 50secs ... but with a cone. stinks.

Next one is at the Police Academy.

Ray
great! i really like doing the police track ones
02-07-2013 08:24 PM
tukaniSVT
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awesome pictures, Ray!
I sort of didn't want to look.. our season doesn't start until March and now I'm Jonesin'!
I may have to drive down to the Vegas regions event this weekend!
Thanks. Glad you enjoyed the photos.

Yeah, the good thing about South TX, good enough weather to run all year long. So, one event each month. It does get scorching hot in the summer though.

Ray
02-07-2013 08:22 PM
tukaniSVT
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damn looks like fun. i should be out for the next one!
Yeah man it was great. The weather was perfect and the course was quick.
Fastest time of day was 44 secs and slowest time was 58 I believe.

My fastest clean run was 52.6. But I did hit 50secs ... but with a cone. stinks.

Next one is at the Police Academy.

Ray
02-07-2013 11:13 AM
GodLovesUgly awesome pictures, Ray!
I sort of didn't want to look.. our season doesn't start until March and now I'm Jonesin'!
I may have to drive down to the Vegas regions event this weekend!
02-07-2013 09:12 AM
tigercrazy718 damn looks like fun. i should be out for the next one!
02-07-2013 09:02 AM
5characters
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The letters are actually the cars' class. Based on the modifications that the driver declares and the rules set by the SCCA, you get put into a class with similar cars. FST is F Street Class for instance.

The numbers are usually chosen by the driver. Check out SCCAs website for more info.


Cool, thats what I was thinking.


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^^ Yup ^^

It helps break everyone down.
- 4 cylinder, 6 cylinder, etc.
- Natural aspirated, factory turbo, etc.
- lightly modified, highly modified, added Force induction, etc.
- street tires, race tires ...

And so on.

Helps make the competition fun and evenly competitive.

Ray

Good to know. Thank both of you.
02-07-2013 08:55 AM
tukaniSVT ^^ Yup ^^

It helps break everyone down.
- 4 cylinder, 6 cylinder, etc.
- Natural aspirated, factory turbo, etc.
- lightly modified, highly modified, added Force induction, etc.
- street tires, race tires ...

And so on.

Helps make the competition fun and evenly competitive.

Ray
02-07-2013 08:24 AM
rent The letters are actually the cars' class. Based on the modifications that the driver declares and the rules set by the SCCA, you get put into a class with similar cars. FST is F Street Class for instance.

The numbers are usually chosen by the driver. Check out SCCAs website for more info.
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