[s-cars] Worthy projects (was Alum..was UrS $)

pkrasusky at ups.com pkrasusky at ups.com
Mon Apr 23 14:20:58 EDT 2007

Welllllllllllllll...  trying to think what I've got up me grubby little
sleeve here.  Likely the F430BF1 at some point as my (now former) client
keeps threatening to let me at it.  Then the 997GT3RS come August.
Otherwise, it's whatever spontaneously happens to erupt - never know.
Maybe a hybrid Camry, some Hyundai, Kia, Accord, Corolla - not.
What is known is it'll be JNR - that much is a given.
I do look forward to an S60R outing at some point.  Gots to happen.
Glad you enjoy my dribble Scott!  I seem to be finding less and less
time these days to have at it, but do what I can 8-).  I try to break
things up over @ AW D2 forum, but most goes right over basically
everyone's heads there.  Nothing like you guys here certainly!
Don't be a stranger around here now...


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	To: Krasusky Paul (WQQ2PXK); s-car-list at audifans.com
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	Subject: Re: Worthy projects (was Alum..was UrS $)
	Keep it up Paulie!
	Do know too, that my S2 Rally driver really wants to put an S40
rally car together.  I have contacted Haldex directly, and they can
program that goofy hydraulic thing to be whatever we want.  It can be
done in any of them now, and I hear the new saab will have this ability
as well (thru Rod Haney no less!).  The days of torsen haven't been
ditched either, Toyota has put a *locking* torsen in the center of the
4runner for a couple years.  A much better approach IMO, than the wide
TBR Stasis offers.
	Don't let the NAC scare you off sire, sharing of the ride, in
all those JNR (tm PK) terms, convey a sense of fun *and* a baseline
understanding of performance that frankly, only masochistic flogs of
Miss Piggy can deliver.  
	I enyoy great stories and of great rides Paulie.  Sharing them
is what it's all about IMO.  I thank you for your commitment in doing
so, and know from my 'Top Ten' (tm - SJ), that writing them takes time
and effort.  Worthy of read my friend, I hope you have started a trend.
Sticking around for you?  Ok I lied, but I promise to read your next JNR
column of insanity!


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