Thanks man! I always enjoy your car and seeing how it does out there!That is pretty sweet my man! Once I get my car painted they will look like twins. I would recommend for you to inspect the upper (third) control arm. I completely ripped out the bushing/grommet on the mount side in June and had about 1/2" of slack as a result. I replaced it with an adjustable BMR one that needed a bit more R&D (so I would invest in another brand, unless they all have that ~1/8" of slack) but I am fixing the bug hopefully before the next event in January. BTW, I am looking to make the change to PAGID brake pads. They look promising and allegedly don't have the horrible dust issue that Hawks do. I am also finally installing the 4pot calipers I've had sitting for a few months since I have realized that is the reason why I am so slow in the braking zones. I also had an upsie moment last session when I went off track at Carousel. Thanks to God the only damage was mud plastered everywhere underneath.
That is looking epic my man! There is definitely gonna be a new challenger in town. When you get to replacing your pilot bearing (behind the flywheel) try the bread method, it is so satisfying and easy. The pilot bearing will come out in less than 2 minutes. I used a 1/2" short extension and 2 fresh slices of bread (no grease necessary). Pack bread and tap the extension, keep repeating until pilot bearing comes out.The clutch is starting to slip badly and is definitely about to go out. I'll be installing a new clutch kit soon and will probably divorce the clutch from the brake reservoir, install a steel clutch line, and replace the main seal while I am in there since the car will see a little track time next year. Also in the plans will be a set of bronze apex wheels and track tires to keep the street wheels from getting destroyed, remove a little weight and get some wider rubber on it.