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Adrian_D

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  1. The Torsen should really help at rallysprints, every time I exited a corner I would mash the throttle and spin the inside tire
  2. I finally found a Torsen diff for the Miata, without having to sell a kidney. So big changes this spring: new coilovers, new rotors, pads and hoses and Torsen diff (3.9 gears versus current 4.1).
  3. As long as it has Bluetooth 4.0 support it will work. There are a handful of devices which don't work as good as we like with the meter (first generation Motorola Moto G with Android 5.0.1 is one).
  4. Too much work. Some D-rings for shackles, a copy of the OEM ones will be just what I need. My fiancee was in the passenger seat and I really do not want to roll over my daily driver. All the other Jeeps which passed there took a different approach when exiting. I was the first to cross and the spotter was an idiot. Or a mute... But I will still buy mud tires. Old ones were 10 year old retreads, I was afraid to run them anymore.
  5. Too much work. Some D-rings for shackles, a copy of the OEM ones will be just what I need. My fiancee was in the passenger seat and I really do not want to roll over my daily driver. All the other Jeeps which passed there took a different approach when exiting. I was the first to cross and the spotter was an idiot. Or a mute... But I will still buy mud tires. Old ones were 10 year old retreads, I was afraid to run them anymore.
  6. Too much work. Some D-rings for shackles, a copy of the OEM ones will be just what I need. My fiancee was in the passenger seat and I really do not want to roll over my daily driver. All the other Jeeps which passed there took a different approach when exiting. I was the first to cross and the spotter was an idiot. Or a mute... But I will still buy mud tires. Old ones were 10 year old retreads, I was afraid to run them anymore.
  7. If you want to burp, just tune as high as possible and get a port as big as possible. I've had the best results using a 10 inch port for a 12 inch sub. It all depends on the room available.
  8. Which reminds me, I need recovery points on the front. To spend $100 on stock recovery points or to spend a couple of afternoons fabricating something? hmmm....
  9. I got stuck on the last Jeep trip. Mostly driver fault, as I tried to get out slowly and only slid down. But I'm still going to buy mud tires for such occasions.
  10. A few days ago I took a look at my rear tires (they have under 200 miles + one rallysprint event) and the leading edges on almost all of the chunks are rounded off. I guess trying to accelerate out of a sharp turn on an open diff is not good on the tires Then there was the disappointment to find out my Miata does not have a Torsen diff
  11. Go go go!
  12. Rust is the only reason why I regularly wash the Jeep. Other than that, it has a forest patina and various dings on the bumpers, so it looks better when dirty or wet. As long as mechanically it's in top condition and there's no rust on the body, all good.
  13. Thanks guys!
  14. Next step would be to somehow rake up the money for new Miata coilovers. It's not much and I want it back on the road by April, when the weather is nice.
  15. In other news, I proposed to my girlfriend during the ski vacation, so I guess we're really starting 2017 strong.