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Captain Buddha

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    Grapevine, TX
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    Monte Carlo #13 GTA/GT2, Camaro #13 GT2/TA2, Z06

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  1. itchy itchy! LOL...I bet! A buddy of mine is literally a fiberglass artist...he repairs and details boats (hulls, decks, etc) for a living...the few times that I've had contact with other things (cars, walls, etc) I've enlisted his services...he can freehand channels in the body, etc...it's crazy. He makes it look so easy. And quick.
  2. Go to the ECR page on FB, ask there. Best Bet. There's usually a photographer there for OTD.
  3. Except my wrist...and maybe the lotion... LOL
  4. @Max....I just gotta laugh...."hopefully our machines can meet up" on a thread titled "Penis Extension"....well, LOL...write your own joke....!
  5. Me three! The struggle is real...I've gained the Covid 20...or more... LOL
  6. Nice, yeah, that RF is probably giving you the finger the whole time LOL!!
  7. Tobey - LOL @ Sparky!! Love it!! What kind of tire pressure do you run - curious about that?
  8. Very nice, Tobey! Your practice definitely paid off!! That sun though - right in your eyes! And so cool having fans watching!! Can you run asphalt slicks in your class? I'm guessing not...but that would be fun to try!
  9. To settle the matter regarding reciprocity with ECR and other tracks (and vice-versa), straight from the owner: "We have no reciprocal agreements, period." Back to me, Brad - if you look on the Harris Hill website under Membership - they state that they have reciprocal memberships with ECR as well as other tracks. The part about having a reciprocal membership with ECR is incorrect. Regarding the other tracks? You'd have to ask the other tracks.
  10. Siked - Schroth is top of the line stuff...it's what I run in both of my cars. I won't run anything else. Fiddle with your adjustments in the car...first, get the crotch / sub belt set....that should go just high enough that it places your lap belts EXACTLY where they need to be. Like hornet said - that's what keeps your laps in place - it's set's them where they need to be...then work on your lap belts...the last thing you mess with is your shoulder belts. Try to get it set up / perfectly fitted where the only adjustment you are making is to your shoulder belts - it will really save time on getting in - and you will be perfectly spot on. Hope this helps.
  11. What Matt said. Also, check this guide, it is really good: https://www.schroth.com/en/segments/racing/service/installation-instructions.html?file=files/schroth/pdf/installation-instructions/racing/eas-ab-2019/ea_8-2-qg_2019-10.pdf I set up my harnesses so that the sub and both lap belts are perfect when I strap in (meaning that I am NOT adjusting them at all when getting in the car). All I adjust is the shoulder belts, after clipping in, of course.4
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