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@captdistraction did that on his build and can provide some pics. The Petersen can has a drain fitting already threaded. Mine does that too, but not as much. I'll have to inspect what's in mine after the shakedown day soon.
Man this sucks. Put that car in the corner and focus on relaxing for a bit...come back to it later if you feel like it. I have a feeling based on your past experience with racing that eventually you will return.
I have not seen those before. Would be interesting to see if it works as well as a cool shirt. The system volume looks much smaller. But the price is also much smaller.
Either way--it will absolutely be better than nothing.
All that crap looks pretty good to me! What is the drip tube for in the last photo?
Creep up on those corners with your new setup. I already learned the hard way that you can't alter physics even with a giant brake kit.
Sal--call Paul / Brian at Paul's Automotive Engineering. They may be able to offer you something better at a competitive price. http://www.paulsautomotiveengineering.com/I don't know too much about the kit in that link other than that the rotors are smaller than even OEM Boss/GT500 Brembos...
Sal: Sorry to hear that the Baers continue to be an issue. If you can get your hands on a Brembo 14 or 15" pro kit, you will have plenty of RELIABLE brake.Next option would be to go for the S550 PP brake conversion (less cost but not competition-tested in PWC/IMSA).
Oh man, I missed some good stuff in here! That AJ Hartman wing should be great--and welcome to the Big Wang Gang :)The question that will naturally come next is will you be able to achieve aero balance--but with the trackspec vents and front splitter I think you will be able to get it figured...