Bozi Tatarevic
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Freelance Writer • LS Swap Enthusiast • 2016 Subaru WRX, 2005 Legacy GT, 2000 Mazda Miata
11/10/19
6:13 PM
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There is a bleeder port on the side of the damper. I’ll try to get more information and share it somewhere once the service manual is released.

11/8/19
4:33 PM
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Thanks! Many of those aftermarket systems seem well-built but I am always a fan of OEM integrated components. 

11/8/19
2:50 PM
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The average ABS block weight maybe 5 or 6 pounds. The lines are probably a couple of pounds and adding fluid and fittings I would say the whole setup weight maybe 10 to 12 pounds.

11/8/19
1:02 PM
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I believe that the fluid can be replaced if necessary and bled through a port on the side of the damper. 

11/8/19
12:59 PM
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My apologies for digging up and sharing some interesting information with you. I hope that you are day isn’t completely ruined.

11/8/19
12:20 PM
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There is actually a bleeder port on the damper so it can be bled fairly easily if it requires it for some reason.

11/8/19
12:18 PM
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I’ll have to look at it when I can check out a whole car since the cutaway was there mainly to display the overall components and a lot of smaller pieces were excluded. Maybe something attached there or maybe it is some sort of mass damper? Mostly guessing based on the pictures I have but will dig into it deeper.

11/7/19
5:27 PM
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Might have been focused on the TCR cars which do have aggressive aero but the TCA cars are fairly minimal prep with strict rules. TC allows a little more and TCR of course abides by the WTCR regulations which allows for a lot. You should come check out a race sometime. Lots of fun.

11/7/19
4:38 PM
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SCCA “Street Prepared” allows for more changes than the TCA class of TC America. “Street Prepared” is used for SCCA autocross from what I understand and the SCCA road racing equivalent is Improved Touring (IT). There are cars that race in TCA that are close enough to IT spec that they get used in both capacities with Read more

11/7/19
8:10 AM
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TC is about as simple as you can get in my opinion so I’m kind of interested in which parts you consider to be too fancy? 

10/17/19
6:31 PM
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It will have to be a DOHC engine based on the same block and heads. The crank being the same is not a requirement.