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    My old autocross car
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    Hi everybody.
    Long time lurker first time poster. Here's a picture of my old A-mod autocross car, It's Powered by a KZ1000 with an Eaton m62 super charger making 15psi of boost. It has a Co2 shifter with steering wheel paddles. I sold it a while ago and built a 4x4 sand buggy to play at silver lake with. I am now getting parts together to build a bike powered mini with my sons.

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    That's pretty awesome. Any more pics?
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    Welcome to MBN!

    That must have been very fast and exciting. Good to see another lurker come out to play!
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    Say that ten times fast!
    "Speed is time-time is speed"-Dennis Hopper

    Quote Originally Posted by TALON View Post
    did you use a special bigfoot camera or something ,you know all blurry could be a tree stump kinda thing .
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    l cant even say it once !
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    Wow.. that wing is huge! How fast would you go on the track?
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    Almost fast enough to take flight.
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    Yeah I thought the same! Had a flashback!
    Reminds of the ol Flying Nun series with Sally Field.



    The Flying Nun Wailing in a winter wonderland pt1 1967 - YouTube
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    Quote Originally Posted by daaboots View Post
    Wow.. that wing is huge! How fast would you go on the track?
    The car was built for SCCA Solo2. Autocross / Solo2 is set up to keep the speeds below 80mph. The wing design was for aprox. 1000lbs of down force at 100mph. You really knew if you were headed into or away from the wind.
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