Prod Sports Zed

Discussion in 'Member's Garage' started by Shane001, Feb 28, 2017.

  1. 260DET

    260DET Active Member

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    Sounds like it's ready for Bathurst again, November 2018, sprints or regularity plus you can enter through and run with the Zed group.
     
  2. Shane001

    Shane001 Well-Known Member

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    My goal at this stage for Bathurst is Easter, but sadly no where near ready again. Will see how I go on the 23rd at SMSP.

    If Easter doesn't happen I may look at November, though will have to be the sprints. From memory no slicks for the Regularity days and a fastest time cut off of 2:36? Both will be a major issue for me ;)
     
  3. 260DET

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    Yeh I guess that it would be the sprints for you given your previous lap times. There may be a 370Z doing the sprints, I came so close to buying one the other day but two projects just would not work.
     
  4. Shane001

    Shane001 Well-Known Member

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    Quick update, sadly it looks like I won't be racing at Bathurst at Easter. Too much still to do and I'm just over spending every spare minute I have working on this bloody racecar lol!

    So I'll probably do a couple of race meetings from mid year, probably at least one at Eastern Creek, then I might plan to do Philip Island in November. I haven't raced at PI before and it's one definitely on the bucket list.

    On a slightly more positive note, I managed a 1:46.9 at Eastern Creek on Tuesday. TBH a little disappointing, car issues aside I was hoping to be in the 45's. Car as it is is definitely good for a 44.
     
  5. Shane001

    Shane001 Well-Known Member

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    Finally got around to installing my rear subframe collars that have been sitting in my cupboard for 3 years!

    Future note to self, when laying under the car with a pry bar, don't position it anywhere near your face! Bloody thing slipped and smacked me square in the choppers. Broke skin but luckily didn't break any teeth!

    Got a nice fat lip out of it :(

    Anyway been slowing working away on this. Have all adjustable front and rear suspension arms now so working on getting all my suspension settings where I want them. Then hope to do another track day probably Sept.
     
  6. Hellsheep

    Hellsheep Administrator Staff Member

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    Ouch yep.... I've done this before with a torque wrench except I dropped it after torquing something up! Painful and leaves the embarrassment to go with it nice and visible.
     
  7. Boll!

    Boll! Well-Known Member

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    LOL- and generally when you have your face up in their, and your body weight hanging off what ever it is you need to loosen, you have a thought run through your head - Hmmm, fuck this is gonna hurt if it all goes pear shaped :eek:
     

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