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  1. Thanks for sharing Derrick. You had me on the edge of my seat! Congrats on the win!
  2. I second going to Saturn over PA. The pros shop at Saturn and if they don’t sell what you want they can custom make it. They have a huge shop.
  3. For those who have used these before, how many did you go thru in a season?
  4. Sorry to hear of the injury Jordan. My best wishes for a quick recovery.
  5. Although I'm not a current racer; I am a past racer and will be a future competitor in my civic hopefully in 2017. I agree with the tire restrictions suggested. I am cheap and slow so reducing cost by restricting the super fancy go faster parts is good with me too since I don't buy them anyways. I am looking forward to racing in a pack again, I raced a lot with a 4 car class in the old IT2 class and it's basically racing by yourself after 2 laps. Separating the civics in to a spec class and leaving a handful of non civics in PTE sounds like less door to door action to me. My most memorable races are with cars that are not Civics.
  6. I would not spend money on go fast parts on a "new" racecar. The car has not likely ever been driven as hard as it will be on the track. Even though you have one of the most reliable cars available you will find all the old weak parts this year as they break/wear out. Get a set of Falcon tires, high performance hawk front pads, OE rear pads and go get as much seat time as possible. The car will be easier to learn to drive at the limit without race suspension, brakes and tires. PS. I assume a new timing belt is part of your basic maintenance!!
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