Re: Willub's 04 SM STi: New Engine?! New car?!
Woot! Damned Nissan's thinking they're fast and stuff. Wait... :lol:Nice. "Take things easy", heh, we'll see.
I just signed up so the kiddo doesn't distract me.and make me forget when I get home. Don't want to miss this one. Will be my first NER event this year too. At least I did sneak in one event with RMC so I won't be totally rusty. Gotta show a 370Z what's up.
There ya go! Good to hear it made it back out there, you too for that matter. G'luck on the next race!Mission, success! It didn't blow up. Felt good to be back racing. As you can tell in the video, I'm not too comfortable in the car! It was very slideyslidey. Running the least amount of camber in the rear doesn't help. I think I will finally have the car aligned this year. I say this every year. I ran my street tires as well since I arrived somewhat late and had to get tech'd. Coming in first was not my main goal for this event, though it would have been nice.
After my morning runs I noticed that my CEL came on as I was pulling up to grid. I raced anyway without checking the code and the car felt fine. Upon checking the codes it was a misfire for cylinders 3 and 4. Strange. I think it has to do with the fact that my battery is junk and is hardly starting (and sometimes not) the car. I'll get a new battery and reset the ECU. The car was great all weekend, aside from power steering issues. I ended up getting 2nd out of 6 in class, losing to ze Panda. Next event will be full race mode and 21 PSI of glory.
Yes indeed. After reading a lot of threads on camber, it seems most people with ASP and SM Subarus run around -4.5 to as much as possible lol. It's nice to finally see pictures of the car on course and see that the front needs more.I believe I have been running about -3.5 up front for a bit now. But yeah, you need to get it aligned or at least buy some toe plates and a camber gauge and get it close yourself.