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Old 04-27-2019, 01:11 AM   #15
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For what is worth. The dude that helped me take them out also had access to a press at his garage, but said that for these completely seized cases, hammers are the best. It was hard work but the thing came off after 2-3 minutes of hammering it. It was so hard that I though at some point that the spindle was going to brake or bend.

The repair shop also wouldn't work on it but they directed me to a machine shop that they would use. The new machine shop was able to get the bearings out of the spindles. They didn't remove the parking brake an dust shield from the bearing though. I've was able to separate them by facing them on the ground face up and striking them with a drift and hammer.


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love this! great looking cage.


In my SM I used a regular circuit, and Im 6'2" 200 lbs, I can see how a circuit 2 would be too big for you!

Thanks! I really like the design of the cage. There are some execution issues but I'll be able to clean them up fairly easily.



Wish I knew about the seat a few months ago. At least anyone reading this will know that a regular Circuit is the way to go.
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Ok, new issue. My car is scheduled to get dyno tuned Wednesday and I'm trying to get the ECUTEK licensing figured out. The tuner said he has a cable so all I need is a license, but I purchased a license and they're asking me for my dongle information. I don't have a dongle and there's not much time for me to get one. Does anyone know if two licenses can be stored on a single dongle so the dongle can be used to tune two cars?


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If I understand correctly, you should be able to get the information (dongle number) from the tuner. You only need one license and that number goes to the tuner.

I'm not 100% on this, but I'm fairly certain that how it works......when you don't have a cable.

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Old 05-04-2019, 09:39 PM   #18
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If I understand correctly, you should be able to get the information (dongle number) from the tuner. You only need one license and that number goes to the tuner.

I'm not 100% on this, but I'm fairly certain that how it works......when you don't have a cable.

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It sounds like you are correct. @rice_classic also confirmed through @CSG Mike that multiple cars can use the same dongle as long as an additional license is purchased.
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Congratulation on your podium finish on Saturday. Until rice-classic said something in his thread I was not sure that #49 was this car.
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Congratulation on your podium finish on Saturday. Until rice-classic said something in his thread I was not sure that #49 was this car.

Thanks! It was quite a whirlwind to even get onto the track. Rice_Classic changed my brakes Saturday morning while I worked on all the other stuff needed to pass tech. Everything was finished up about 20min before the race and I had to start in the back because I didn't make qualifying. Hopefully I can post up some of the build details later this week, a lot of things didn't work out as intended.


For now, here's a video of Saturdays race. I'll get Sunday's race posted shortly.


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Sunday's video. Another entertaining battle with Rice_Classic.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKSp...ature=youtu.be
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That was fun to watch (for awhile). Clearly I have to sort some things out to find the other .5 second consistently to stay in contention. If I hadn't held you up, you would have been battling with the RX8 I think.
I'm looking forward to getting back to Conference racing so we can have 10-12 cars in class vs 4.
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Yes, that was quite a start you had. I was hoping you would stay in front of the RX8 a bit so I could put together a plan of attack. I think I can run at the pace of the RX8 but if a large gap develops I can't make up any ground.
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Today's video from Pacific Raceways. Great racing in a pack of 3 T4 cars.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_r0...ature=youtu.be
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Today's video from Pacific Raceways. Great racing in a pack of 3 T4 cars.
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Great to meet you guys yesterday. Awesome race! Hope to someday race in T4 as well.
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Great to meet you guys yesterday. Awesome race! Hope to someday race in T4 as well.

Great to meet you as well. Hopefully the NW86Cup thing will catch on, it would be great to have a large group racing in T4 trim. Since you're nearby, you're also welcome to come by by while I'm working on it.



Here's my video from Monday.

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My car overheated for the last few laps due to all the rocks being kicked up. Anyone know what the likelihood of the headgaskets surviving is?


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Judging by your continued improvement is lap times as noted by rice_classic there must not have been any permanent damage due to the overheating.
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Yes, a new radiator seems to be all that was needed. I think it was 90deg when we were racing in Spokane and the temperature gauge held steady. I logged some sessions with Torque and water temp seems steady around 210deg. It even turns out that I won a race in Spokane, but it's not clear how I won and I didn't find out until a week later.



I also started using Track Addict on my phone as a lap timer. It has the ability to monitor water temp and has an alert function so I won't accidentally overheat my car in the future.
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