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    Cheap to free eg civic parts

    I can confirm that the fuel tank straps were replaced a few years ago. I also have an extra front bumper cover I found on kijiji that I never got around to installing on this car when I owned it. Brand new oem style unpainted. Would sell for cheap. PM me if interested. /end hijack
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    Car Classing Guide + Help Thread

    You should also be able to use the words "Honda" and "torque" in the same sentence now without triggering mockery from nearby Corvette owners.
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    2017 Permanent Number List

    Jeremy Sparling #1453 16 Please
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    FS: 14x6 4x100 10 pound wheels $300

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    1997 GMC Sierra 2wd

    Posting this here in case anybody wants something cheap to tow their race car. Price is obo. http://www.kijiji.ca/v-cars-trucks/winnipeg/1997-gmc-c-k-1500-pickup-truck/1200322800?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true
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    Misc Honda Parts - Civic & RSX

    I have a bunch of stuff in my garage I need to get rid of. If you see anything you like, PM me or text 204-797-six_five_one_two with an offer. Civic: manual steering rack (EG) d-series starter - used front bumper cover - new (EG) 5-speed transaxle (S40/B000, EK Ex/Si) front sway bar 26 mm (EM1) Bilstein shocks. One set revalved for higher spring rates, with Ground Control sleeves and top hats. A second set with stock valving - one shock is disassembled because it was blown and I was curious. RSX: Injen cold air intake for base 5-speed Ingalls rear camber adjusters Eibach Pro-kit springs Rear sway bars: 18 mm (OEM), 19 mm (OEM) and 27 mm (Hotchkis) OEM front struts - worn out but useful if you want to install Koni strut inserts Thanks for looking.
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    2002 Acura RSX

    I actually put up the kijiji ad on Friday. But, yeah, went faster than I expected.
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    2002 Acura RSX

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    2002 Acura RSX

    After several years of ownership, I am parting with my 2002 RSX. It is the highly sought-after Type C(heap) trim level available exclusively to the Canadian market. This means no sunroof, no cruise control, no ABS, cloth seats, and a relatively low curb weight of 2639 lbs. Link to kijiji ad which includes pictures: http://www.kijiji.ca/v-cars-trucks/winnipeg/2002-acura-rsx-hatchback/1174882563?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true I used to autocross this car before my red civic, so I still have a few suspension parts I could include with the sale - ground control sleeves, camber control arms, sway bars. So it wouldn't take much to turn this into a competent STF car - although keep in mind it would not be eligible for STF in U.S. events because it was a Canada-only trim level. Contact information is in the kijiji ad or PM me through the forum if interested.
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    Drywall needed

    Beau - I have a bunch of off-cuts. Let me know if you need them.
  11. Re folding shelf: I think this is what you're looking for: https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.16-inch-x16-inch--white-folding-shelf-bracket.1000773670.html ...+ whatever you want to use as a shelf. I have a bunch of 1/2" smooth plywood left over from a reno you could use. I will happily cut off a piece for this If you let me know what size.
  12. I have 2 Hankook RS3v2's - 225/45r15 if anyone wants them. They have about half a season on them. Looking for $160 for the pair. Also, 2 brand new TRMotorsports C1 wheels. 15 x 7.5, 4 x 100, +42 offset. Bought them for the back of my civic and ended up selling it before i ever used them. $300.
  13. So that's 330lbs @ 100mph with a wing vs. 302lbs @ 70mph with an underbody kit. My take away from that thread is that a full underbody aero kit is the way to go, as it will make a significant difference even at slower auto-cross speeds. A wing should be used to fine tune that kit, it won't be enough to make a difference on its own at slower speeds. As a rough approximation, aero forces typically go up with the square of speed, therefore at 50 mph, that wing would still be generating (50/100)^2 x 330 = 82.5 lbs. I would not call that insignificant at all. Also consider that it is not optimized for autocross because he is also concerned about drag at high speed...
  14. Coach, if you want to do wind tunnel testing on this I will gladly donate $20 if you share results with me. Otherwise I guess all we can do is look at what the other successful cars have: http://www.gotcone.com/photos/2015-scca-tirerack-solo-national-championships/smf/