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z28pwr

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About z28pwr

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    Track Freak

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    SAT
  • Track Vehicle
    2006 NC Miata

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  1. Bringing this back into the market, now that the pandemic is over.
  2. I'm taking a break from the Hobby and selling my 16' 2016 BigTex 60CH Car Hauler that I used to tow my Miata and FRS. The car hauler was purchased new in 2017. I had a keyed toolbox installed on the tongue ($200) and replaced the crappy tires with Goodyear Endurance tires ($550), which have a much higher towing speed rating. I picked this trailer, because it fits in a 20' garage (total length is just under 20'). The trailer has both fenders, I just removed the left fender to get the car door open all the way. The trailer is located in San Antonio, but I can meet at H2R (San Marcos) $2,000 Bringing this back into the market, now that the pandemic is over.
  3. You’re putting 700+ to the ground, in a car that is only RWD. I would save on the N2O and get more seat time in the car as it’s going to take a lot of practice to drive that car at it’s full potential on a road course.
  4. Street, so I guess that I was lucky. I love the adrenaline rush, but for me, it’s not worth the risk.
  5. I sold my R6 after almost being killed for the third time. I don't think that I will make it out alive the fourth time.
  6. Thanks for all the feedback. It sounds like I'm over thinking things and that the FA20 should be able to handle track duty without blowing up and that consumables are going to be on par with an NC. @Solo_S14 Is that a ford engine? What are the specs?
  7. I recently sold my NC track rat and I’m starting to get track withdrawals. I have an FRS that has 17x9’s, OFT Tune and cheap coil overs that I could turn into a track/street car, but I think that it will be cheaper if I sell the FRS and buy a modified NC that is street legal. The NC was very cheap to track and super reliable. What do you guys think?
  8. I've had the Ohlins and the Fox suspension and they're both good, but I prefer the Ohlins. I would just get them with some softer shocks for our bumpy Texas Tracks when ordered so they're valved appropriately.
  9. z28pwr

    QuickJack 3500

    Quick Jack 3500 portable car lift. These jacks were great for the Miata and the FRS, but they're a little short for the Cayman. $500 located in San Antonio, but can meet at H2R. https://www.quickjack.com/car-lift-systems/bl-3500slx-portable-car-lift.html
  10. That’s a little too stretched for my taste, but I error on the side of caution.
  11. Congratulations! I hope that mom and baby are doing well. You need to buy another P car to celebrate 😁
  12. I learned about the Porsche Tax this weekend. I tried to get pricing to install a catback exhaust and the cheapest quote came back at $350 and the highest at $600. I did what any other TJ would do and picked up the QuickJack 5,000 and installed it myself.
  13. @edison_GTI I'm waiting for you to sell me Casper 😄 . @lobster I miss the car, but I wasn't using it that often and when the Cayman arrived, I couldn't justify having 5 cars for 2 people. I may convert the FRS into a dual duty car, or sell it and buy a dual duty NC as the other car wasn't street legal. The only good thing is that a fellow TJ got a great deal on it.
  14. I sold my NC track rat and have some NEW in box brake pads left. Front HAWK DTC-60 $100 SOLD Rear HAWK DTC-60 $90 SOLD Rear HAWK DTC-30 $85 shipped
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