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Automotive Marketplace / Re: Re: Jame's "new" 1999 Corvette
« on: August 15, 2017, 01:43:25 PM »
You are welcome!   :)

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Automotive Marketplace / Re: FS 1999 Corvette
« on: August 15, 2017, 01:04:27 PM »
99GLS21 also mentioned:

"James - the first owner put the corsas on but just the exhaust, not from the cats back so gives a little more growl and has the 4" polished tips pretty timid less you are over 4500 rpm "

I find this a bit confusing.  So the original owner just put the mufflers on?  Or did he replace the entire exhaust, omitting the original cats?

R

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Automotive Marketplace / Re: FS 1999 Corvette
« on: August 15, 2017, 01:03:14 PM »
99GLS21 also mentioned:

"James - the first owner put the corsas on but just the exhaust, not from the cats back so gives a little more growl and has the 4" polished tips pretty timid less you are over 4500 rpm "

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Automotive Marketplace / Re: Jame's "new" 1999 Corvette
« on: August 15, 2017, 12:58:49 PM »
How's that?     ;D

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Technical Talk / Re: Tires/Setup Questions
« on: August 14, 2017, 09:23:33 PM »
Alignment is worthwhile .... even without adjustments you can still loosen all the mounting bolts and get some extra negative camber which will give better performance and less tire wear on the track.

R
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Actually if you can't tell the difference, then maybe you should also be taking more schools to increase your driving skills.  You can always use a school to better yourself.

R

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Technical Talk / Re: Tires/Setup Questions
« on: August 14, 2017, 09:21:24 PM »
Alignment is worthwhile .... even without adjustments you can still loosen all the mounting bolts and get some extra negative camber which will give better performance and less tire wear on the track.

R

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Automotive Marketplace / Re: FS 1999 Corvette
« on: August 14, 2017, 10:51:47 AM »
Gary kindly let me co-drive with him for one event a little while ago and I can attest that this is a sound car and in very good condition.  And, like he said, some RE71's or Rivals would transform the car and make it competitive for BStreet.

James, you haven't had a Corvette yet, eh?   LOL

Reijo


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SASC Events / Re: Next events! Aug. 26/27 in Fort Macleod!
« on: August 14, 2017, 10:34:34 AM »
Reijo,
I tried to sign up For Sunday Aug27 but it shows "Registration Closed"
Apparently it closed 10hrs ago? :o

Hmmmm..... somehow I did not get that right when setting the event up.  Thanks for letting me know!

It is fixed now and you should be able to register like normal.  Also, if anyone sees anything incorrect etc., let me know.

Thanks again!

R

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SASC Events / Re: Two day (3 set) Fat Kat scores for August 13, 2017
« on: August 13, 2017, 10:54:15 PM »
Just finished uploading the rest of the photos onto the SASC Facebook Page from Saturday and Sunday that I took ... misc. pit area ones, meetings, and cars from one group (because it is difficult to take any photos when one is running).

R

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SASC Events / Re: Two day (3 set) Fat Kat scores for August 13, 2017
« on: August 13, 2017, 09:49:17 PM »
I second that , Bill!  Big thanks to the volunteers who come out the day before to help carry cones and equipment and then setup and tear down before the event (Friday evening ... so you can walk the course first thing Saturday morning) and stacking cones Sunday afternoon as well as returning the equipment to the storage.

It takes a small army of volunteers to put on these events.  And well before the event is all the planning and organization that goes on that is invisible to many I am sure and most particularly Wayne D. for taking the bull by the horns and making this format of event happen here.  I can't speak for others but I think generally people had a great time so that is good!

And, of course, we have our "Overtime" sponsors putting in money for the cash prizes:  Excellent!  Thank you!

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SASC Events / Next events! Aug. 26/27 in Fort Macleod!
« on: August 13, 2017, 05:52:59 PM »
I was surprised a number of people asked about the next events (and that they were not on MSReg) on the weekend!   :)

They are up on MSReg.com now.

FM - Saturday practice (and a novice/intermediate school if there is interest will be held at the west end - let me know if you want to attend!)

Sunday is championship #10.

Reijo

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SASC Events / Re: OVERTIME 'FAT KAT' Challenge Event _ Aug 12/13, 2017
« on: August 11, 2017, 03:35:31 PM »
If you haven't signed up, there are less than 4.5 hrs. left until we close registration.  Get on it!   :)

We'll be setting up late this afternoon - meet at Public Storage at 5 pm ... probably before 5:30 (1 load) at the YYC site to set up.

We can use some extra help since the course is a long and somewhat complicated one (an advantage to see it and sleep on it?  :)  ), and, hence, quite a few cones PLUS we will line the course. ... reminds me ... gotta pick up some flour!  :)

Reijo

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SASC Events / Re: Setup this afternoon/evening for FAT CAT Challenge!
« on: August 11, 2017, 11:32:19 AM »
I'll help out to!! What time to pick up cones ect.

5 pm

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SASC Events / Re: Setup this afternoon/evening for FAT CAT Challenge!
« on: August 11, 2017, 08:52:03 AM »
Aiming for 5 pm at the Public Storage to pick up cones/equipment.  90 Country Hills Landing NW (basically 4 km. west of the YYC lot right along Airport Trail (becomes 96th Ave. to the west).

Reijo

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SASC Events / Setup this afternoon/evening for FAT CAT Challenge!
« on: August 11, 2017, 06:58:28 AM »
Looking for a bit of help later today to set up the course for the FAT CAT Challenge this weekend.

Might be a  busy day for me so this might have to happen this evening.  Any preference for schedule?  6 pm?  7 pm might be a bit late?  (this way we can put in a full day of work)  Should take a little under 2 hours total.

We need to bring one or two loads of cones and equipment from the storage (some cones are still on-site) from the practice.

The course is longer this time so we may need a few extra hands to setup the course.  I'm thinking lining the course might be a good idea to help keep people on-course ... being a long course and all.  so that is a bit of extra work - however we do have 2 liners.

Thanks!

Reijo

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