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Automotive Marketplace / WTB: C5 Corvette
« on: January 19, 2018, 12:07:38 PM »
Looking for a C5 Corvette. I’m willing to consider Z06 and non Z06 models but nothing that’s a soft top convertible or an automatic. The top end of my budget is $22k but I’d be willing to spend a little more if I find the right car. Does not need to have any racing prep or modifications.

Automotive Marketplace / Re: Jame's "new" 1999 Corvette
« on: August 14, 2017, 11:01:37 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


Not yet, been watching them for years. Seems harder to buy into a Z06 lately unless you want a rebuilt title car and I'm not very comfortable with one of those.

Automotive Marketplace / FS: 205/50/15 Bridgestone RE71R NEVER USED
« on: July 11, 2017, 08:55:27 AM »
I have a brand new set of 205/50/15 RE71R that I won't be using this season. $600 firm, located in NW Calgary.

Automotive Marketplace / Where to buy: Supertrapp for vehicle exhaust?
« on: March 19, 2017, 07:21:43 PM »
Planning to put a supertrapp on my Civic as I suspect it will be too loud for local auto x events (also excruciatingly loud on the highway currently). Anywhere locally I can find one?

Technical Talk / James's EP Civic
« on: March 19, 2017, 07:16:56 PM »
Alright guys time for me to start over as a novice again! I need to class my car for this season. It's a 1997 Honda Civic Hatch with a K20A2 engine from a Acura RSX Type S. It has a 6 speed transmission out of an Accord Euro R with a shortened final drive and Wavetrac LSD. Full adjustable suspension/arm upgrades, mix match of ITR/S2000/EP3 brakes, 15x8 wheels with 205-225 R Compound tires.

I believe the car sits somewhere in a prep class?

Also any tips for someone who has never competitively driven a FWD car before?

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