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I'm Jeff, I have two ponies: A '73 Grande with a Cleveland in it. The car is stock and original. I have owned it since '91 when I was 16. My parents are the original owners. It is good to be a farm boy!
My other is a '06 GT convertible (actually it was bought for my wife).
I live up in Greeley, work for a fertilizer company, and I have been roadracing motorcycles for 10 years.
Maybe one of these days I will take the two cars out to High Plains Raceway and get some track time.
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Hey Im Brent, I live in Colorado Springs. Had my mustang for just over a year, and I have lived in the area for about 6 months. Mods are in my sig.
__________________ 2004 Torch Red Mustang GT
Procharged l Complete Suspension l 31 Spline Axels & Rear Diff l MMR Rotors & Pads l 17x8/10.5 Bullitts l 315 Nitto NT555R's l ProMotion PMPHD Transmission l #42 Injectors l Aeromotive Rails l Flowcharger w/ Steel Lines l BBK LT's l BBK O/R Xpipe l SLP Loudmouth
I'm Tony from Grand Junction. I make it to Denver on occasion with the car, just not all that often.
Also have a 68 Camaro that I inherited from my dad.
02 F150 that I love beating the **** out of.
And my wife's car, 04 Armada. Usually filled with energy drinks and a screaming kid.
2003, visuals and some look fast goodies.
Jim, I have yet to turn a lap at HPR with four wheels. But I have run a best time of 2:01 at HPR on a 450 GP bike racing with the MRA. I love the layout of HPR with all the elevation changes. The West loop is my favorite section.
PPIR is fun, but the walls makes a simple mistake life threatening on a motorcycle.
Pueblo is fun and they repaved it this spring which is just epic!
@Jeff - It's been awhile since I've signed in. I was recovering from some surgery in Dec-Jan. 2:01 is really good! I have been out of the loop for a few years but am getting back in this year. I was involved in the building of HPR. MRA is one of the owners of HPR. It was really fun getting to know all the people of the different clubs on the HPR project.
I am chairing a track event at HPR with the Porsche Club. June 15-16. I understand that the Porsche events are now open to all marques, and you don't have to be a PCA member either. (Wasn't that way before. Economic times have changed.) I will probably drive the Mustang one day and the Porsche the other. Maybe we can get a Stang contingent there one of the days.
For those who haven't done a track event before, the PCA events are really good. You would be paired with an instructor for the weekend and get some pretty good seat time.
I am in for a lunch. Where area are you thinking about meeting?
I recall that most were on board with meeting in Castle rock. I'm willing to go just about anywhere. If the majority of those that want to attend are from the Denver area, we might push the meeting spot a little further north.
How about Saturday, May 4th 11:30 am at the Rockyard Grill and Brewery. 880 Castleton Road Castle Rock, CO 80109
Check your calendars and post any changes or other ideas that you have. I've never been to this restaurant so I can't comment on their quality. The pics of the place looked awesome and the menu looked great.
It would be great to get a solid head count by the end of April so the proper reservations or arrangements can be made.
My name is Jason and live in Monument, just north of the Springs. I just stumbled on this forum and would like to meet some like minded mustangers. i have owned my stang since new and drove it bone stock for nearly 10 years as a daily driver until one day I decided I'd had enough after seeing the new V6 mustangs with more horsepower than the older GT's. I decided to go all out with a Kenne Bell supercharger and I'm happy to say it was a great decision!
I would like to meet some of you in Castle Rock for the date you have planned in May.
Please check out out my Stang and the mods! I will soon have a dyno test done so I know exactly what I'm droppin to the pavement.
Kenne Bell 2.1 Supercharger @11 PSI Intercooled
Kenne Bell Intake w/90mm MAF meter
Kenne Bell Boost-A-Pump
36lb Fuel Injectors
Accufab 75mm throttle body
Nitto NT555 Tires
Bullitt Pedal Covers
Mach 1 Shifter ****
Autometer Fuel and Boost Pressure Gauges
I a number of cars (listed below) For me track day means HPR road racing or RallyCross There are also some very quick GoKart tracks around.My Son'sover-turboed full-race Audi and 900+ Ducati Superbike provide some outstanding thrills for riders qualified fo such thrills!!
I live in Littleton and my son lioves in Boulder come on by for some fun3034473303
B]2005 V6[/B] .Manual, Eibach Sport Springs, Magnaflow Duals, CAI, Tune 17/9.5" Bullit Wheels.
2003 V6 . Manual, Stalker F/R body kit, 600w stereo amp.
1999 V6.. Manual, CAI, High Performance Cats, High Flow single exhaust, Tune.
1972 Mach1. Built 351W, C4 w/shift kit, Long headers, Flowmaster 40s w/custom duals. Eibach Sport lowering springs. Kyb shocks, New paint and stripes, Custom seats, Fresh red clearcoat paint and mach1 stripes.
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