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Old Thu, Apr-26-2012, 02:38:24 AM   #111
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Haven't seen the new curbs yet out there, must not be huge, I'm envisioning bouncing off PPIR sized curbs at 70mph+
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Old Thu, Apr-26-2012, 03:00:36 AM   #112
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Haven't seen the new curbs yet out there, must not be huge, I'm envisioning bouncing off PPIR sized curbs at 70mph+
Yeah they are actually pretty good sized. Big enough so you cannot cut the corner on 3 anymore. Definitely big enough to upset the car if you hit em wrong.
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Old Sun, Apr-29-2012, 03:19:33 AM   #113
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Yeah got out there friday to see how they are, not comfortable with them yet but running on them wasn't too terrible
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Old Sun, Apr-29-2012, 04:10:23 AM   #114
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Yeah got out there friday to see how they are, not comfortable with them yet but running on them wasn't too terrible
Yeah not too bad but you are definitely aware of them.
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Old Wed, May-09-2012, 11:09:32 PM   #115
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Got some decals on the car...





Got the ballast in:


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Old Wed, May-09-2012, 11:46:59 PM   #116
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love the mascot! We're on our second bulldog right now, lol! First one, unfortunately, I had to give to one of my old college buddies b/c he was too roudy to be around kids, but the one we have now is probably the best dog I've ever had!

Oh yeah, by the way... I got my cover in last week for my car! Fits like a glove! Thanks for the hookup Ross!

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Old Thu, May-10-2012, 12:59:11 AM   #117
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love the mascot! We're on our second bulldog right now, lol! First one, unfortunately, I had to give to one of my old college buddies b/c he was too roudy to be around kids, but the one we have now is probably the best dog I've ever had!

Oh yeah, by the way... I got my cover in last week for my car! Fits like a glove! Thanks for the hookup Ross!
No problem! Im glad you are happy with the cover, it really fits perfectly IMO.

Yeah our Bulldog is great. Best dog I have ever had. We are considering getting another so he can have a buddy!
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Old Thu, May-10-2012, 01:22:59 AM   #118
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Wow! Awesome build, awesome garage, awesome 911 in the background.

What does the ballast do in the passenger seat?
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Old Thu, May-10-2012, 02:20:41 AM   #119
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Wow! Awesome build, awesome garage, awesome 911 in the background.

What does the ballast do in the passenger seat?
It allows me to run in GTS3. Car needs to make a specific weight to make the class and it needs ballast to get to that weight.
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Old Thu, May-10-2012, 03:17:41 AM   #120
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congrats, the car has really come together; love the livery.

i'm shocked that you needed as much as 175# of ballast, car must have been really light already.

also, how come you're running Rookie, haven't you been in a bunch of races with the Porsche ?
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