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hornetball

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About hornetball

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    Granbury, TX
  • Track Vehicle
    '95 Miata, '15 Alfa 4C, '69 Lotus 61, '64 Vette

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  1. Nothing like a little spam to bring out the bromance!
  2. Clutch is fixed, and I added a cage. Cages need to be tested, right?
  3. Nice job. Lightness is goodness.
  4. Fifty bucks barely buys gas for a Miata these days. 😞
  5. Most of us are posting from Texas for a reason . . . . I think you will have better luck putting together a team if you are in an area where there is a lot of racing. You'll meet "real" team members as you make friends at the track.
  6. Stockish. Car had a Richmond Super T-10 in it, but that's close to the limit of what they allow. I tore into it a bit yesterday. Diff is OK and transmission is OK. Probably broke the clutch disc. A little more digging and I'll know for sure.
  7. Did CVAR's racing school this weekend. The racing school was interesting because they mix all the groups together. This was the last session of the weekend. Got in four laps and the transmission let go. I have a few weeks to get another transmission in before the CVAR race at Hallett. Hope I can get one with all the stupid COVID supply issues.
  8. I was out there getting new gear and a weight on the Corvette. Looked like you guys were having fun. I wanted to come play, but it didn't work out. Maybe Sunday.
  9. You're delving pretty far from your Miata roots (says the Pot).
  10. Plus it uses swords, so the Taliban won't have any issue operating it.
  11. So, all back together and to the track. It's running cool and strong with greatly improved video capability. It's ready for CVAR next month. Did the 1.3 today. Here's a "race" between a 1964 Corvette and a 1995 Miata. Amazingly close. http://www.youtubemultiplier.com/61181509b88e0-1964-corvette-vs-1995-miata-msr-cresson-1-3.php
  12. Working on German cars ticks me off too. 🙂
  13. New clutches are in and diff is reassembled and back in the car. All clearances checked good with a good gear pattern. I'll be doing my own diffs from now on. Since I've been getting tidbits here and there from the "Corvette Forum," I went ahead and joined. Monitoring the traffic and topics . . . I'm definitely not a "Corvette Guy" (despite owning two). Those guys really fit the stereotype. LOL.
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