IF I wasn’t so excited I would probably be ready to fall asleep. Don’t eat lots of ice cream before bed, kids.
So you can do a LS1/2/3/6 or even 5.3 crank (all are 3.62" stroke, bores range from 3.78" to 4.065") in an LS7 block (4.125" bore) to get a 388 inch motor like the one in the DSE Camaro.
I like. big. BRAKES AND I CAN NOT LIE.
EVEN MY BROTHERS CANT DENY
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Lover of the Nippon Speed
There was a car that really could climb
I’ll be honest. Get yourself a nice can of paint, color of your choice.
Ah could be, but then that’s less significant I think. 1 of 3 pylon orange TVRs haha.
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“Racing makes heroin addiction look like a vague wish for something salty." - Peter Egan
I was going to be there but my roommate was (and is still) late with his rent payment!! >:(
I'm debating it. I need to head up to Loveland for work before Monday so maybe work will pay for the excursion :)
I was at the January meet as well! I had my stickerbombed Outback there
Hmm. I’ll probably come out once, take a look. Little too far to do every month though.
I’ll be there. I just moved to Foco and scoped out the January meet.
“If you’ve ever been in a race car,” racer Fabian Berger says, elbow-deep in the guts of a BMW E30, “then you know it’s worth wrenching the whole night.” This is the world of AER, American Endurance Racing, a budget racing series that’s not for amateurs. I, an amateur, found that out the hard way.
There’s only one class at the Rolex 24 where I could easily guess the winner before the last hour of the race: Prototype Challenge. Every other class had a balls-out fight ‘til the end despite having raced around the Daytona road course for an entire day. Best of all, there was an insane Corvette vs. Corvette photo…
It’s a fastback Miata.
Also known as pure sex on wheels.
Z owners unite!