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    Quote Originally Posted by Locker537 View Post
    I want to get into kart racing
    I want a superkart .


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    Pics from this months PDS

    GTR was loud and quick coming out of the corners, but I was able to get by him in a lap.


    Radical RXC






    This was a husband and wife Pair of vipers. They did not have a good sunday.
    This was the husbands car. Sunday morning he put it into the concrete wall around the T13 flag stand. crushed the whole side of the car in.
    (before pic)


    This was the wifes car


    Sunday afternoon she backed into the wall between T3 and T4. HARD. I was on track at the time. we went red flag stop on track for a long time. was scary/creepy. she left in an ambulance on a stretcher with at least a broken arm.




    my perents made the drive for the first time to watch me so that was really cool. some footage my dad took, on the front stretch, and the slowest T10 corner. long intro


    and I had a big spin coming into T1. I was hitting my highest MPH ever at 142, and the second I turn into 1 I hit a surprise rain shower.

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    The husband and wife both wrecked their vipers? Damn

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    Damn glad you didn't do any damage with the spin. Yesterday while driving to Galveston there were multiple little showers that just came out of nowhere while it was still sunny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Griswold View Post
    The husband and wife both wrecked their vipers? Damn
    yeah same day. husband walked away. wife was not so lucky. id be curious to know her full list of injuries after she got to ER.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdsgn View Post
    Damn glad you didn't do any damage with the spin. Yesterday while driving to Galveston there were multiple little showers that just came out of nowhere while it was still sunny.
    yeah me too. I stayed calm and training paid off.
    I remember it happening In such slow motion, 1/4 speed of the video. I just remember thinking back and forth 3 times, "should I get off the brakes or stay on them?" I was really torn, letting off could have got the wheels rolling again and help save it. but I ended up staying both feet in as training had taught me.

    the one thing I could not remember was if I counter steered or not. I didn't remember doing it. but after we got home I checked the tape and sure enough. natural reaction I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STANG KILLA SS View Post
    yeah me too. I stayed calm and training paid off.
    I remember it happening In such slow motion, 1/4 speed of the video. I just remember thinking back and forth 3 times, "should I get off the brakes or stay on them?" I was really torn, letting off could have got the wheels rolling again and help save it. but I ended up staying both feet in as training had taught me.

    the one thing I could not remember was if I counter steered or not. I didn't remember doing it. but after we got home I checked the tape and sure enough. natural reaction I guess.
    For being out of control, you looked very in control Nice job keeping it safe.

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    Sprinkler runoff!

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    Last weekends AutoX. Largest track yet, 2 parking lots. but lots of lock to lock hairpins, so it was hard to be smooth.

    Before I went I had to repair the broken collector on my exhaust. TIGed it back together.


    and my old Dunlops were shot already. decided to try a full race slick scuff.#becauseracecar




    but first I had to properly dispose of the old tires


    cars from the event














    a few runs


    I couldn't get the hang of all the lock to lock stuff, course just had no flow to it, so I wasn't super happy with my driving, but did well enough for 2nd place. Lost by .06 seconds. not bad I guess against a 800lb lighter S2000. great driver too.

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    Nice man! Hell of a driver mod there beating the snot out of all the torque less wonders that everybody likes to call "drivers cars".

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    So how were the new tires?

    Have you had any bites on selling the car?

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    well after taking a couple months off due to the heat, i headed back to the track.

    but first had to tear out the trans. the last few races id been getting alot of noises from the trans. squealing when the clutch was out(engaged) and some other odd things going on.
    my hunch was a slave/throwout bearing, but i ordered a new clutch and pilot bearing just in case.

    got it pulled night before the event




    and it turned out my hunch was right. the transmission is getting so hot racing, that it evaporated/melted all the grease out of the throw out bearing and started destroying itself. even melted the rubber seal(as seen in pic below). you can also see the black snoot and silver back plate have wear marks all over them and ground down. its only 8 months old. with that kinda heat im sure the return spring wasnt doing much either.


    new throwout/slave fixed it right up. left the pilot and clutch alone.

    off to the track! finally get to try out these slicks for the first time!


    unfortunately in my second session on the warm up lap, my seat back broke (inner hinge)
    swaping seats would have taken most of the day with the 1/2" tube seat mounts i made. so i opted for a quick fix. took a few sessions to get it just right but it worked. luckily i never got caught. seat was actually stiffer than it was before the break. was kinda nice.




    got a bit lazy on the video this time. just a few warm up laps getting used to the slicks. i was VERY careful on them and didnt trust them at all. been warned too much about how they are ice when cold, and when they do let go its instant with no warning. heres a few warm up laps that morning, no one watches these anyway


    sadly my weekend came to a quick end just before lunch on the second day. was checking hot psi and noticed the passenger front was toast. (ccw track) lasted ONE day, about 3 hours of track time, and ended my weekend. i had camber set pretty well with my 200TW tires, but obviously the slicks needed ALOT more.
    a very fast and very expensive lesson.


    and heres the crappy part, they didnt even make me faster, not even a little. in fact i was nearly 3 seconds slower than my personal fastest lap there. i was running 2:02 to 2:04 as my fastest lap per session on the slicks. typically on the 200TW i run 2:00 to 2:02 for fastest lap, with my all time fastest laps being in the 1:59s. really a bummer and big disappointment with the slicks.

    but you learn something everytime. now i know.

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    Well after racing the Camaro for awhile and building it up i found myself wanting more. Well actually less, weight that is. I also wanted the ability to have rear camber. Plus the Camaro was getting harder and harder to find parts for. Sooooo after watching the C6Z market for about 9 months and doing a ton of research i picked up my first vette yesterday!

    2009 Z06 3LZ
    38000 miles



















    If i was going to spend this kind of coin i wanted a modded one with the basics already done, and this one had it, along with some extras.

    Mod List:

    TSP Stage 3 LS7S cam: 242/250 .655/.655 114LSA
    Upgraded valve springs and retainers
    TSP 1-7/8" Polished Stainless Steel headers
    TSP 3" Polished Stainless Steel X-pipe (no cats)
    K & N cold air intake
    Mild 2 Wild dual mode exhaust controller
    Lingenfelter 160 degree thermostat
    Hinson Motorsports short throw shifter and knob
    CCW Forged SP16A wheels: 19 x 9.5 and 19 x 13
    Gloss black wrapped roof
    Blacked out taillights
    Blacked out side markers
    Lloyds Z06 mats
    Pioneer double din touch screen head unit



    Gonna be weird starting all over again from nothing but it will be worth it in the end i think. The car is truly phenomenal so far. LOTS more to come!
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    Wow!

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    Wow congrats on the new ride! Beautiful. What did you do with the camaro?

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    Thanks!
    i still have it. i will clean it up and offer it for sale.

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    That'll get shit done.

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    I approve. Although my approval wasn't eeeeeeeeeeeeeven necessary. I'm also 100% jelly.

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    crazy part is the day after i bought it BMR Suspension contacted me wanting to sponsor my Camaro with some of there new parts.
    i couldn't believe it but told them they were 1 day too late

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    Quote Originally Posted by STANG KILLA SS View Post
    Well after racing the Camaro for awhile and building it up i found myself wanting more. Well actually less, weight that is. I also wanted the ability to have rear camber. Plus the Camaro was getting harder and harder to find parts for. Sooooo after watching the C6Z market for about 9 months and doing a ton of research i picked up my first vette yesterday!

    2009 Z06 3LZ
    38000 miles



















    If i was going to spend this kind of coin i wanted a modded one with the basics already done, and this one had it, along with some extras.

    Mod List:

    TSP Stage 3 LS7S cam: 242/250 .655/.655 114LSA
    Upgraded valve springs and retainers
    TSP 1-7/8" Polished Stainless Steel headers
    TSP 3" Polished Stainless Steel X-pipe (no cats)
    K & N cold air intake
    Mild 2 Wild dual mode exhaust controller
    Lingenfelter 160 degree thermostat
    Hinson Motorsports short throw shifter and knob
    CCW Forged SP16A wheels: 19 x 9.5 and 19 x 13
    Gloss black wrapped roof
    Blacked out taillights
    Blacked out side markers
    Lloyds Z06 mats
    Pioneer double din touch screen head unit



    Gonna be weird starting all over again from nothing but it will be worth it in the end i think. The car is truly phenomenal so far. LOTS more to come!
    You buy the car from Texas hot rides? Those photos look like a staple of their work LOL.

    EDIT - just noticed the license plate, yup lol

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    Awesome! At least 500rwhp with those mods?

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    yeah i think so. from others posting on the forums with similar mods they are in the 525-540 range.
    but i havent had it dynoed.
    butt dyno is still stuck on puckered.....

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    excellent

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    Congrats man! That's going to be a ton of fun

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    Keeping those rims? I imagine 19's will be harder to find/expensive

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    i looked them up. there $3600

    ill probly end up selling them to buy street wheels (stock 18/19) and race wheels (18/18 is the plan)
    im more of a 5 spoke guy.

    i do like the lip though.

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    Care to share what that set you back?

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    first on the list.

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    I autoX with a few Z06's, with slicks, they eat everyone!

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    nice upgrade! That thing sounds like an absolute beast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DANSBIRD View Post
    nice upgrade! That thing sounds like an absolute beast.
    Quote Originally Posted by GldRush98 View Post
    Gorgeous car man
    thank you fellas! its be amazing so far. so different from what im used to. gonna be alot longer to "learn" this car i believe.

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    Blade silver... I'm jelly I used to have a machine silver 07z and liked blade silver a lot more when it came out.

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    Not usually a fan of silver but that looks great.

    And the more C7s I see the more I like the C6. I'm happy with my C5 Z though as far as vettes go.

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    Did we forget to change our avatar?

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    thanks guys, yeah i had narrowed it down to red or silver. i preferred the red in pictures, but preferred the silver in person. either were to get the black treatment.

    well i still own the camaro, but changed my avatar for ya Ziggy

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    God damn, nice car OP.

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    well work has begun.
    First thing was to remove the Hinson short shifter, it was rediculous. Ive had several short throws on the camaro, but this one was way to short and stiff. throws were 1/4" to 1/2" long and so stiff you needed two hands at times. especially for neutral checks. even tore my shoulder muscle a couple times. and with throws that close it wasnt going to be safe on track. ie lots of wrong gears.

    first i removed the console which was alot more involved than the SS.


    access and removed the Hinson


    then reinstalled a stock shifter. much better. a bit rubbery but a big improvement for now, may look into a Core shifter in the future.
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    next up was the pan. picked up an improved racing oil pan baffle. i picked this one over the aviaid version because it was aluminum, and didnt require you to drill 3 holes in the bottom of your oil pan. also wraps around the right side a bit more.


    first up was to drop the cradle. being Magnesium it didnt weigh nothing. could carry it with one hand!




    pan removed




    pan cleaned and baffle bolted in. not a hard job in itself, just getting to it was the chore.
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    next up was the dry sump oil reservoir baffle. Aviaid was out of these but they built one for me and it came in right when we were in the middle of the pan baffle.

    removed the reservoir from the fender cavity from below by removing the fender liner and loosing the fender bolts.


    removed the top black plastic part. you can see the transfer tube and the port in sticks into on the left.




    the baffle


    next was the hard part, inserting the baffle and trying to get the transfer tube back into its port completely blind with the baffle blocking your view. but with some reference marks and some dry runs without the baffle i got it back together without too much hassle.
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    Pulled the valve cover off to check the LS7s achilles heel, the valve guides.
    after checking 3 of them and getting .009 and .010 wobble (.007 is max) it was obvious they were bad.


    so time to pull them. Intake off


    heads and headers off




    Sent off to AHP in California....
    i keep telling myself this is what everyone does to there car thats 2 weeks old...
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    while i had them off i decided to paint the intakes and valve covers the z06 red since i wasnt going to put the red fuel rail covers back on (just hold heat) took me a couple days but they came out great!


    there was some confusion about the cam when i bought the car. the ad said it was a custom comp cams .615 lift, then when i bought it they said it was a TSP Stage 3 LS7S cam with .655 lift.
    (going back in time before removing heads)
    we set up dial indicator on pushrod.
    the first rotation we got .355, second pass we got .351.


    if you average those you get .353
    .353 x 1.8 (rockers) you get .6354 lift.
    so i go on texas speed and what do i find. they have a stage 1 and stage 2 cam with that lift! went from an unknown cam to narrowing it down to 2!


    also found TSP 3/8" chromoly pushrods in the car
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    I've contemplated a C6 Z06. What did the head work cost you?

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    threw the magic of the internet the heads are done and back from AHP! (2 weeks later with shipping and holidays)
    man they look awesome! so good in fact i thought they were painted.








    AHP Package 4 Heads (include):
    - Disassemble and Assembly of LS7 cylinder heads
    - Performance Valve Job (show to add 5hp+ over the stock valve job)
    - Resurface Heads (or milling of heads)
    - Clean and Bead Blast entire head (so they look brand new)
    - Hardened Aftermarket Powder Metal Valve Guides (Harder than aftermarket bronze guides)
    - Stock Titanium Intake Valves Treated and Polished
    - Ferrea Competition Plus Exhaust Valves F2042P (85 grams)
    - New Viton Valve Seals and machined valve locks

    i also had them mill the heads .025 for more compression and upgrade to the bullet proof Moldstar90 guides.


    heads back on


    added .025 shorter pushrods to compensate for head mill and put intake and valve covers back on. love the look!


    first fire up
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    Quote Originally Posted by Potent68 View Post
    I've contemplated a C6 Z06. What did the head work cost you?
    stage 4 package is $1300, when you add the Moldstar90 guides its $1800, total with shipping was $1950 or so.
    Labor would have been $1000.

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    rear downforce time.
    Went with the C7 Carbon Extended Zr1 spoiler.
    Took them about 6 weeks to make it, but it was worth the wait. Fit and finish was awesome. Resin is super deep and glass smooth, weave is straight and consistent. fit the complex bumper curves well.
    Ironically i actually ordered this before i found the car...

    I went a little nuts with the pics, but i like the way it came out.

    lights out


    drilling brand new car #nervous


    installing 3rd brake light. left side i was able to use factory tab. right side i had to cut the tab and hold it on with a ground down washer. The hardest part of the whole project was repluging in the 3rd brake light plug.


    test fit


    Done!




    dat ass






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    Have you been able to compare your times on track versus your Camaro yet?

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    havent been back to the track yet. got a few more mods awaiting in the garage to finish track prep (pads, tires, brake ducts, etc)
    i hope to go back next month for its first shakedown.

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    Fuck that spoiler is sexy. Great choice man

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    Looks good. Going to add splitter and side skirts too?

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    yeah gonna tackle front down force this summer most likely. no plans for side skirts though. i jack it up too much and they would just be in my way.

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    Did you decide to keep those wheels despite the less common sizes?

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    yes they will stay my street wheels.

    my track wheels and tires are sitting in the spare bedroom, just need to get them mounted up.

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