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Bill Pemberton

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Great looking Red Boss! Where are you tracking your beast since you are in a State with plenty of fun tracks not too far from your home. Hope you are enjoying TMO and don't fail to ask questions or advice, you will get plenty of responses --- and some of them might even be correct , ha.

Best Wishes for plenty of asphalt destruction in 2022!
 
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Great looking Red Boss! Where are you tracking your beast since you are in a State with plenty of fun tracks not too far away. Hope you are enjoying TMO and don't fail to ask questions or advice, you will get plenty of responses --- and some of them might even be correct , ha.

Best Wishes for plenty of asphalt destruction in 2022!
really wanting to hit VIR whenever i can. might need to upgrade some stuff before hand haha
 

TMSBOSS

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really wanting to hit VIR whenever i can. might need to upgrade some stuff before hand haha
Agree. VIR has long straights which will work your brakes. Upgrade the fluids as a minimum. Depending upon the time of year, cooling may also be an issue. Removing your grill may help.
You will be hitting 140+ on the back stretch. Fun and eye opening all at the same time.

A smaller slower course before VIR may be a good idea also.
 
Agree. VIR has long straights which will work your brakes. Upgrade the fluids as a minimum. Depending upon the time of year, cooling may also be an issue. Removing your grill may help.
You will be hitting 140+ on the back stretch. Fun and eye opening all at the same time.

A smaller slower course before VIR may be a good idea also.
sounds like an absolute blast. Cant wait
 

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