[Es2] things that tend to break on es2's at the track
davekase at pdqlocks.com
Wed Jun 7 09:13:59 EDT 2006
I just added the aux rad to mine. The PO had removed it. It DOES make
BTW, anyone use boost hoses from Pegasus Racing (www.pegasusautoracing.com)
Very inexpensive but they seem very nice to me (but I don't really have
much to compare then to).
I used them to install the stock S2 IC on my car.
Peter Schulz wrote:
>Brake pads, rotors, boost and cooling hoses, would be of particular concern...
>A thorough pre-event can help mitigate that.
>Are you taking the eS2 to Lime Rock? on the 14&15th?
>I've done it twice in the past, and as luck would have it, on hot
>days...>~100F on the track....so make sure that your cooling system
>is up to task...
>Here's a link to NAAC's pre event inspection checklist:
>At 08:18 AM 6/7/2006, Adam Ordway wrote:
>>Are there any common things that one should prepare for with spare parts
>>and tools that tend to break or become otherwise compromised from a
>>couple of track days?
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