It’s not like anyone takes SEMA seriously anymore, so why should Chevy? 95% of the people that go to SEMA go for the Instagram selfies and to say they went to SEMA. PRI is where it’s at.
So often you hear “they don’t make cars like they used to”. I always thing back to the 90's, for example the Camaro. How many 1st gen Camaros did you see running around like it was nothing? Not many despite over 840,000 being made.
Track day on both Friday and Sunday, and since I got a new breather that doesn’t puke out oil I did my most laps by far over those two days. Friday I ran my 18's with Nitto NT01's but only did a couple sessions. Mostly just used that day to stretch its legs and see if the new breather setup fixed my issues. Going to…
Undertaking my new kit on my own since every body shop in my area is busy for the next 3-4 weeks. Anderson Composites didn’t expect normal plebs like me to do it myself so there were no instructions of course. Sideskirts involve removing the rocker panels, and of course I can’t find instructions on removing them.…
Just received mine yesterday. It’s very intriguing and so many people have said it’s pretty amazing. I’ll know more at the track next weekend. It’ll be awhile yet before I feel comfortable with doing my own custom tuning with their software but from what I’ve read they’re awesome out-of-the-box.
A dealership in Colorado Springs is asking ZL1 1LE money for this SS 1LE with a blower and Lingenfelter badges. 76k bones. They doubled the price of the car because of a 7k dollar supercharger. Reminds me of the “new” 2014 Hennessey Camaro a dealer had when I purchased my 2016.
First up you have Formula One, on at a decent time in the states. That race was just ridiculous. Right after you got IndyCar at Road America, followed by NASCAR at Sonoma. One right after anything.
got my sweet new wheels in. Finally something for strictly track duty. They’re Apex, pretty big in the BMW scene. They don’t make anything specifically for the Camaro but the M3 has the same bolt pattern and basically the same offset.
Natural selection at work. Apparently happened in Arizona but I can’t find any story on it yet. Both are fine. Mustang owner actually came in the group that posted this and did his best at trying to troll the guys commenting. Just like driving, he was a bit over his head and left.
Back story: there was a guy hauling old cars and trailers that have been rotting in the neighbors driveway for years. He had his truck and trailer parked horribly on the gravel road (a very high traffic gravel road) that it forced to crawl around and try not to go into the steep ditch.
He let me know when E97 was in the ground before he blended it. Now I got 96 gallons of that beautiful smelling $2/gallon race fuel.
but... what’s that tied with the GT350R? Oh my.
Decided to participate in the autocross. Is there any better way to troll? 2nd was a Focus RS & 3rd was my buddy in his 350z Nismo. Pretty excited to get on the track with this new suspension setup. Just need to figure out some nagging issues.
Mostly just an excuse to post a picture of Pepé in her new Rockets jersey.
Got all the new control arms, trailing arm, sways and springs installed. Got the camber at -2.5 in the front and -2.0 in the rear. Hopefully I can shave another second or two off my laps! The camber adjustments also gave me about 5 more millimeters to play with when I order some wheels/tires for the track.
From the story on the front page. Kinja won’t let me hyperlink stuff right now.
I’ve spent all morning looking for her stash. Kind of rude not to share.
Took it easy over the weekend with the car since I got new tires on the front, and I have new suspension bits going on this week before this weekends track day.
Just watch the first few minutes. Doesn’t know what the cars are, switches controls to use X for gas and then proceeds to mention how he didn’t even sign up for the beta.
I believe the size and weight has been confirmed by this one!