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0 Replies and 625 Views Need Advice (what type of injector connectors I need ?)  625  0 Started by  Carter_green Hi, In order to save some money on fuel, I'm planing to install the ethanol e85 kit on my 2004 Subaru Forester and run it on ethanol. I want to purchase the e85 ethanol kit from this French manufacturer: but I want to be sure  which type of connectors should I order. Can someone tell me what type of  injector connectors I need Regards
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06 Oct 2014 08:16 AM
0 Replies and 701 Views Maryland Vehicle Inspection  701  0 Started by  ttanquary This is a long shot I know. I'm a Bstock driver in SoCal. I'm looking at a car in the Baltimore area from a guy that's overly cautious. Having someone face to face interacting with him would make this deal happen.  If there's anyone in that area that could help me out, I'd love to talk with you about it. At my end I'm working thru Paul Kramer at    Many thanks,   Tom
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21 Sep 2014 08:29 PM
3 Replies and 1317 Views Front vs. Rear Tires Quest-Grandson's  1317  3 Started by  Robert11 Hello, My Grandson asked me the following question, and as I am not, frankly, into auto technology or racing (but enjoy watching), I thought I would take the liberty of asking here.    'Why, so often, on many different types of race cars, are the rear wheels so much bigger '  Didn't know what the right answer is.   Is it simply that the front wheels have to be smaller so they can turn easier, or a better engine/torque match with bigger wheels, or bigger wheels have mor...
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by  ComBIRDableJump to last post
18 Sep 2014 10:00 AM
1 Replies and 939 Views Questions about vws  939  1 Started by  Mudmonkey06 Hello. I didn't know where else to put this on the forum so I decided to put it here. I have 2 vws. One is a 1990 golf and the othe is 1984 rabbit gti. Would the engine from the golf (a 1.8l ) fit into the rabbit (also a 1.8) and if it's possible how would it be done They are both race cars so it doesn't need to be perfect, just needs to run and drive
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by  drdisqueJump to last post
17 Sep 2014 12:49 PM
0 Replies and 750 Views John Zuccarelli for Area 3 Director  750  0 Started by  jzsccacampaign Dear SCCA Friends, John Zuccarelli is running for SCCA Area 3 Director. He has over 40 years of SCCA racing experience with 10 years as Florida Regional Director. As a member of the National SCCA insurance committee, he helped save over 1 million dollars per year in insurance premiums for SCCA club members. This November please vote for John Zuccarelli as SCCA Area 3 Director.
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14 Sep 2014 06:50 PM
0 Replies and 727 Views Montrose Trailer For Sale  727  0 Started by  DBJ427 I have a 2010 Montrose Enclosed All Aluminum Car Hauling Trailer For Sale .  16 foot , aluminum wheels , winch & battery , less than 3000 miles , and in excellent condition .  Contact Dan .
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12 Sep 2014 06:44 PM
0 Replies and 893 Views Formula 1 in the deadly years  893  0 Started by  melville Hi everyone! My name is Richard Melville. I am a former racing driver. I drove GT cars in Europe in early sixties, Formula Supervees and Atlantic in the States and Canada, and finally in New Zealand in the mid-seventies.   I have often tried to find a good novel about motor-racing from the driver's point of view, without much luck, so I decided to write one. The novel is about Formula 1 motor-racing driver in the deadly years of the 1970s. I was driving Supervees and Formula Atlantic at t...
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09 Sep 2014 11:52 PM
1 Replies and 1095 Views Total Noob  1095  1 Started by  aj.kenna Hey guys,  I'm totally new to this whole scene. I'm 26, in the USAF and now that my career is starting to slow down a bit I decided I wanted to take the plunge into something I've wanted to do forever. I'm soon to be the owner of an BMW E46 330ci ZHP, I plan on taking the winter to do whatever the vehicle needs to get to factory conditions, plus some additional work. Intake, headers, exhaust, wheels, tires, brakes, maybe suspension, and whatever else I might want to do. I'm trying to disce...
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by  drdisqueJump to last post
30 Aug 2014 10:08 PM
1 Replies and 907 Views The other side of the wheel  907  1 Started by  DSccaC Hello everyone, I've been spending most of my life working on turf/golf equipment and though it has been OK (never fun) I have begun to look elsewhere to finish off my working years. Way back when I had a sweet little MG BGT (70), Pontiac GTO (also 70), Studebaker Lark (64) and a number of other fun cars. My interest are on the mechanical side of racing and leaning more towards the vintage/foreign stock. My question is of course where to begin How and where would I be able to start, obviousl...
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30 Aug 2014 09:53 PM
0 Replies and 723 Views Late registration for Nationals possible?  723  0 Started by  loosecannon My wife will not commit to running KML until she has actually tried my kart on the test course. Is it possible to register at the event I know the site says registration is closed but is it closed closed or just sorta closed
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26 Aug 2014 05:37 PM
0 Replies and 898 Views Circuit of The Americas (COTA) February 27 - March 1, 2015  898  0 Started by  Feffman Good Morning Fellow SCCA Racers: As the subject line notes, it’s time to think about three of days of driving on America’s only purpose built F1 track, Circuit of The Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas. MVP Track Time has scheduled the three-day track event for February 27 – March 1, 2015. Now for the moment you’ve all been waiting for, the cost to play at COTA. The entry fee for all three days is $1,350, a little cheaper (HA, HA) than 2014. Like our previous visit...
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21 Aug 2014 08:14 AM
16 Replies and 2311 Views A class too big  2311  16 Started by  snaponbob There are criteria in the Solo rules for defining a class that has become too small. Has anybody considered when a class has become too BIG And, what to do about it
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20 Aug 2014 02:41 PM
0 Replies and 617 Views New Guy  617  0 Started by  2.4solstice06 Hey guys, new guy here, been running my 2006 Solstice in the novice SSM class for the couple events I've been to In the new England region this season. Plan on running in regular SSM next season. Just thought I'd give a quick hello!-Bobby
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18 Aug 2014 09:32 AM
8 Replies and 2055 Views Who's going to win Solo Nationals, 2014!  2055  8 Started by  autocrossaddict Saw someone asking about this years version.  Someone's gotta start the talk flying :-) STX - Craig Wilcox  STF - Jeremy Salenius  HS - Greg Reno STC - Ron Williams  STU - Mark Hill Just a coincidence these are all guys running in the Midwest division and where I get to watch them out PAX me week after week after week...
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by  Dave SchotzJump to last post
12 Aug 2014 09:56 PM
1 Replies and 932 Views Need some 27x14x16 Hoosier slicks  932  1 Started by  CP Thunder Rags.  Completely corded. Need to hold air only.  Required for fitment.  I can pick up at Solo Nationals.  Anyone
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by  turbotoddieJump to last post
05 Aug 2014 07:56 PM
3 Replies and 1761 Views MotorTrend's Jessi Lang (that's me!) races in the Daytona ChumpCar race [video]  1761  3 Started by  JessiLang Hey, all, I'd really appreciate it if you watched my most recent video, for my Motor Trend show, the J-Turn. It was a crazy, and awesome experience. Watch me go from intimidated-as-heck to having-a-freaking-blast! Daytona ChumpCar 2013 More of my motorsports vids here: J-Turn playlist Thank you!
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by  sjfehrJump to last post
05 Aug 2014 06:14 PM
2 Replies and 1260 Views New to this....  1260  2 Started by  dcifound Hello all,   I am new to all of this and I have no clue what I am getting myself into. A few weeks ago, my friend took me to an autox event in Bremerton Speedway in WA. He is driving an AE86, but I drive an Integra. I rode in his car and another guys car(89 civic hatch). After riding in the civic, I had a grin from ear to ear and now im hooked. I didn't get a chance to talk to anyone cus everyone was busy and I had to run. Bad combo on figuring out where I stand as a rook...
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by  dcifoundJump to last post
15 Jul 2014 11:52 PM
0 Replies and 727 Views SCCA Charity Auction  727  0 Started by  47CP 2014 St. Louis Region SCCA Charity SCCA Tote Bag Auction for Pedal the Cause Join our Team to raise money for Cancer Research   Donated by Purse Therapy owner Regina Baldwin, Regina makes strip quilted memory bags in St. Louis.  You can check her out on Facebook at        The SCCA Tote Bag is made from SCCA shirts and represents the programs in SCCA.  It is 18” Wide, 12” Tall and has two pockets on the ...
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14 Jul 2014 10:42 AM
1 Replies and 1322 Views What Material to wrap tires?  1322  1 Started by  lotiman What plastic wrap should be used to wrap tires and where can I get it   Also is it to be used  I was told to stay away from food wrap since it will stick (melt) to the tires. Thanks, Craig
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by  Dick RasmussenJump to last post
12 Jul 2014 09:05 PM
0 Replies and 853 Views Who bought 1958 Corvette racer from Kit Coyle  853  0 Started by Christopher 'Kit' Coyle purchased the former 1958 (second) Nickey car from Tommy ROBINSON   'Kit' Coyle from Sewickley,PA  raced the BP corvette from there. in 1964 and 1965 , The car was sold to a person from Ohio who in a race had the steering wheel come off , WHO WAS THE PERSON FROM OHIO THAT BOUGHT THE CAR in late 1965 from 'Kit' Coyle. Bill Keogh PLEASE E-MAIL ME DIRECTLY !!!!!!!! E TeL: 905-8712341 ...
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