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Old 04-17-2015, 02:32 PM
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participated in the first event of the season this past sunday. lets just say conditions weren't ideal, and my day could've gone better.



well, we ran in the afternoon, and my first run was pretty decent. I was 1 sec. off the fast time of the day. My wife got one run in, also a decent time, and then I blew a bead on my second run. She took some damage. I didn't have a spare rally wheel, and I was pushing my luck without a skid plate anyhow, so we called it a day.


Will be ready for the next one with a skid plate, spare tire, and undercarriage protection.




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Old 04-17-2015, 03:15 PM
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Ouch! You blew a bead and your rear bumper. That is a commen place for damage on these cars I have noticed. We need to find a way to reinforce where the rear bumper attaches to the quarters.

That is a rough looking course, with all that water and mud I'm sure it got torn up pretty quickly. Good pics though!
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Ill figure something out with the rear. The mud was so thick and claylike in the afternoon. Not as forgiving as the morning. I installed 3/4" spacers in the front for extra clearance before the event. Probably would've been a bit worse if I hadnt
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