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Old 09-19-2009, 06:56 AM   #1
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Glad to see you're back and wanted to let you know that I've been putting your recommendations to the test. My car now has 13 track days on it over two seasons and has performed flawlessly. Almost all of the mods were based on your suggestions.

At the start of this year I strayed even further from the DD side to the dark side and switched out the poly/poly LCAs for UMI poly/rod and FAYS2 Watt's link. The difference was noticable and I'm much more comfortable drivng the car on the track.

Still working on getting more seat time. My brother drove my car at Mosport in the spring and he was 6 seconds a lap faster than me but my tmes are getting better each time out! Of course he has been around the track over 10,000 times.
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Old 09-19-2009, 10:15 AM   #2
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Hah! It wasn't just me...I thought it has been awhile since F1Fan graced us with his insights. A hearty welcome back!!

Keep the knowledge flowing brother, for it is sorely needed...

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