Looks like the prize goes to Scott. This morning I heard the dreaded death
moan of a front wheel bearing on my favorite on-ramp. Found it hard to
believe they'd be bad seeing that I replaced them once already (120k ago).
Looks like all the hard cornering has taken its toll. Just ordered one from
GPR for $38, seemed like a good price. I thought it might be a good idea to
repack the new one with syn. grease. Seems like its common practice with
racers. Comments? By the way, do bearings usually make noise when loaded or
unloaded. - the bearing that is, not me
To all those who responded - THANKS! I do torque my lug bolts to 110 Nm by
hand. No monkeys with impacts touch my car! The hubs are clean and rust
free. I am having my new rotors drilled (maybe dimpled), plated and perhaps
slotted by a friend with a Bridgepost CNC mill.
With all the waste- gate talk, Is there any interest in an externally
adjustable WG housing. Aforementioned riend CNC'd me one with a knob on.
Presto! Dial a boost. I may give mine a dash mounted adjuster just for
P.S. How 'bout the computer? Stumped?