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Not the most representative picture of my driving ability (or maybe it is), but a magazine shot is always good.



Page 46 :thumbsup:

Too bad you can't see the POS yellow RX-7 that pushed me out there! :ninja:
 

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Ya know...I was going to ask you about that...LOL!

Just saw it the other day and noted you did keep the one wheel in check. Nothing like living on the edge.

Makes for a great photo however!
 

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njshift said:
1LAPSRT said:
Thanks.... I try! :jester:
Which kit are you running on the SRT? TCE Plus 3?
Plus 3 when the picture was taken.

Now... PLUS 4 BABY ! ! ! :wah?!:
 

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1LAPSRT said:
njshift said:
1LAPSRT said:
Thanks.... I try! :jester:
Which kit are you running on the SRT? TCE Plus 3?
Plus 3 when the picture was taken.

Now... PLUS 4 BABY ! ! ! :wah?!:
Can you divulge any info regarding the Plus 4 kit? :scratchhe :confused: :intrestin Are you still using the FSL caliper?

Congrats on showing in the GRM UTCC. Fastest FWD full interior street car FTW!
 

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njshift said:
1LAPSRT said:
njshift said:
1LAPSRT said:
Thanks.... I try! :jester:
Which kit are you running on the SRT? TCE Plus 3?
Plus 3 when the picture was taken.

Now... PLUS 4 BABY ! ! ! :wah?!:
Can you divulge any info regarding the Plus 4 kit? :scratchhe :confused: :intrestin Are you still using the FSL caliper?

Congrats on showing in the GRM UTCC. Fastest FWD full interior street car FTW!
The kit is the same as plus 3 with the exception of rotor width and caliper width to match the larger rotors. The Plus 3 is an excellent kit but I have progressed to the point where I wanted a bit more and the extra cooling provided by the 1.1" rotor (vs. the .81) helps get me what I wanted.

At first I ventured off into the brake cooling duct arena with bad results. Since I had the ducts zip tied to the LCA and pointed at the back of the rotor, it created a huge variation in the thermal efficiencies of the rotor and cracked the heck out of the outside surface while the inside was like new. Too much cool air inside and none was getting to the center of the rotor to help aid in the cooling. Since that was a bit of a failed experiment, I decided to upgrade to the wider rotor and sell my current kit with almost all new parts and a fresh rebuild on the calipers.
 
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