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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 23, 2015 01:42PM
Dont get so hung up on the type of fluid, as long as its DOT4 just be sure to replace it often. People tend to forget brake fluid adsorbs water no mater how expensive it is, if you dont replace it every few weeks, its as good a nothing.
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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 23, 2015 01:50PM
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Dont get so hung up on the type of fluid, as long as its DOT4 just be sure to replace it often. People tend to forget brake fluid adsorbs water no mater how expensive it is, if you dont replace it every few weeks, its as good a nothing.

This is cannot be overstated. I am amazed the number of people who race cars and do not understand this.
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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 23, 2015 02:16PM
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Dont get so hung up on the type of fluid, as long as its DOT4 just be sure to replace it often. People tend to forget brake fluid adsorbs water no mater how expensive it is, if you dont replace it every few weeks, its as good a nothing.

Hi man stress the DOT4..
DOT4

Just so people don't fall to the temptation to save $1/pint



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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 23, 2015 03:32PM
So what are good things to change inbetween events



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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 23, 2015 04:04PM
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So what are good things to change inbetween events
Underware, razors, girlfriend...
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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 23, 2015 04:10PM
LOL
I live in a hut in the mnt bro I don't have any of that stuff no bills no nothing



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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 23, 2015 06:42PM
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So what are good things to change inbetween events
Underware, razors, girlfriend...

And change your socks at least once between events whether you need to or not..



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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 23, 2015 06:43PM
LOL



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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 23, 2015 09:08PM
Hoard money, friends, parts.... Not necessarily in that order
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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 23, 2015 09:15PM
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So what are good things to change inbetween events

Co-drivers, especially if they scare easy..



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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 23, 2015 09:23PM
No I have a Co driver That trusts the living shit out of me I was doing some "fun" driving in my wrx we had notes for a road and I turned off of it and drove flat out this single track road with no notes doing 90+ with a few hundred foot drop off no safety equipment
I have a video of it some where



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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 24, 2015 08:38AM
Your co driver isn't good....he/she is stupid.



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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 24, 2015 11:57AM
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No I have a Co driver That trusts the living shit out of me I was doing some "fun" driving in my wrx we had notes for a road and I turned off of it and drove flat out this single track road with no notes doing 90+ with a few hundred foot drop off no safety equipment
I have a video of it some where

My .02 cents.....I would stick with Honda lawn mowers if I were you....Much safer even without the governor....
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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 24, 2015 12:07PM
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No I have a Co driver That trusts the living shit out of me I was doing some "fun" driving in my wrx we had notes for a road and I turned off of it and drove flat out this single track road with no notes doing 90+ with a few hundred foot drop off no safety equipment
I have a video of it some where

My .02 cents.....I would stick with Honda lawn mowers if I were you....Much safer even without the governor....


I don't know.....






Well yeah he survived the explosion so yeah....still safer than the op hooning on
open roads...that's correct....
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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 24, 2015 02:40PM
smileys with beer
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