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Honda Fit Bspec Rally Cars For Sale!

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Honda Fit Bspec Rally Cars For Sale!
October 20, 2016 06:15PM
Two Honda Fit Bspec cars, setup for Road Racing are for sale, $11k each, OBO. These cars have been prepared by Dynasty Racing in Orlando, FL. Top notch builds, always have run up front in the SCCA Bspec. These cars have not partcipated in Bspec Rally program, but have all the right parts. Lots of spares available as well. Call, text, or email for questions! DarrenSeltzer@gmail.com, 775-303-5985 cell.
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Re: Honda Fit Bspec Rally Cars For Sale!
October 21, 2016 12:28PM
cage specs and pictures?
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Re: Honda Fit Bspec Rally Cars For Sale!
October 21, 2016 12:34PM
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Two Honda Fit Bspec cars, setup for Road Racing are for sale, $11k each, OBO. These cars have been prepared by Dynasty Racing in Orlando, FL.

Top notch builds, always have run up front in the SCCA Bspec.

These cars have not partcipated in Bspec Rally program, but have all the right parts. Lots of spares available as well. Call, text, or email for questions! DarrenSeltzer@gmail.com, 775-303-5985 cell.

Hi. Darren is the name I guess.
First post an advertisement to sell stuff... Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm..

And aside from that common courtesy thing--it is well known on the whole Intra-web world that that is bad form to make your very first post not even a hello my name is but just right into using this nice generously provided resource to sell stuff.

And then not to even look at the sticky aimed at new guys where the reasons for having a rule requiring a real full name and a real full address...so you are an unknown guy, no background, no location we know nothing..

OK Please read this http://www.rallyanarchy.com/phorum/read.php?8,41104


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OK? So please go fix your name and sign in and location correctly and then come back and tell us--cause NOBODY has any idea of what the fuck this Bspec stuff is and I'll tell you honestly from what I hear all round the continent--I deal with a lotta newbies as well as crusty sea-dog veterans---this Bspec stuff is completely unknown what the intent is and is looked at as some needless bullshit splitting of already thin thin fields..

But I'm curious.

Please tell us what makes the car a "top notch build" in a spec class?

This being a gravel rally forum, what specifically do you mean
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These cars have not partcipated in Bspec Rally program, but have all the right parts. Lots of spares available as well.

has all the right parts?

What specifically do you mean "Lots of spares"

Where is the car located?

Really curious because I really know nothing of the Bspec thing and I know there is a LOT of suspicion and derision about the concept and the fact that Rally America introduced it--that alone makes the whole thing suspect and kinda dirty with people wondering what sort of kick-back or "bonus" or "administrative fees" were sent to Vermont to introduce the class?



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Re: Honda Fit Bspec Rally Cars For Sale!
February 05, 2017 04:55PM
Hey there we are just getting into rally have experienced oval track driver. Would these be a good fit for first time in rally?
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Re: Honda Fit Bspec Rally Cars For Sale!
February 06, 2017 10:11AM
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Hey there we are just getting into rally have experienced oval track driver. Would these be a good fit for first time in rally?

First read the big post above, please. Real name, city and state...

Second no this whole B spec thing is just some bullshit which nobody gives a shiit about...

It was created as a so called "spec" class but with all kinds of fun-killing limits and aimed I think at spoiled children..The people running Rally America, being non-rally types (Daddy Fogg bought the thing so his children would have something to do, none had any connection or experience with rally) and desparate for ideas decided the road race idea would be a real brilliant idea...

So its been a dead class with 2 people picking trophies for just entering..

If your guy has experience in circle track, is it a safe bet to guess its in RWD cars?

Ass-fault or dirt?


If so, why not look at what has been the main-stay of gravel rally world-wide forever--and still is where ever its really popular---and that's RWD...
FWD or RWD are both junk if they're junk, and fine if they are fine.

The difference is the COST to make a FWD car competitive and reliable...

This has been beaten to death here and elsewhere 1000 times..

COST for any FWD gearbox and final drive and diff---all things that you will want sooner than later, all cost 3-5-10 times as much for FWD..For no great advantage.

2 classes only worth thinking about: 2wd open n.a. called Group 2; or 2wd turbo (or larger than 3,0 liters) open...

Main thing is you don't need some crazy spec thing but fun is found with good gearsets and good final drive...



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