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Old 03-22-2011, 10:13 PM   #55
MSP608
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Member#: 149631
Join Date: May 2007
Chapter/Region: MAIC
Location: Charlottesville, Va
Vehicle:
ST-3 STi
2.3L Evo

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Originally Posted by derilict View Post
Agreed. If I were to invest in a toy Miata it would be with the full intention of doing track days. I feel like autoX is a more laid back, "run what ya brung" type of activity. But that's how it works in my brain
Ah, gotcha. Autox is definitely more laid back since it's at much lower speeds and low risk, but that doesn't mean you can't get crazy and have a blast! I seriously love autox's, and feel sorry for anyone who isn't able to have fun at them. On track you need to remain calm and collected to go drive well and go fast, at autox you get to go crazy! Autox's are like rollercoaster rides for me. Short but such a rush!

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Originally Posted by kiota View Post
I seriously considered using the WRX. My concern was about excessive wear and tear on a brand new car that I drive every day. Not to mention I'm paranoid about warranty denials, someone told me that dealers will check local race results and deny based on that. Wrong on both counts?

Either way I'm not good enough to be competitive so it's just for fun and maybe a nice parkway cruiser that my wife might enjoy as well.
Tracking a Subaru is a long and expensive road to head down. But I'm in too deep to give up now! That being said, it's me vs 5 Corvettes this weekend. Anyone interested in coming to watch me give them a driving lesson if it rains.

Mitsubishi would look at entry lists and void warranties, but Subaru never went that far. However if you have something come up, any performance parts will be blamed for causing the issue and most likely void your claim. Kyle didn't get his engine overhaul covered because Brown said his Accessport was the reason the #4 ringland cracked. Just pathetic, considering so many people have had that happen, myself included. I really wish Subaru had just done the right thing and covered anyone with that issue, no questions asked. There's an obvious design flaw.

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Originally Posted by Mxbarry View Post
Ummm, how does one tell if he's got a bad clutch master cylinder or slave cylinder? I noticed both Friday night and Tuesday morning that my clutch pedal doesn't feel right. It isn't disengaging the clutch until it's depressed quite a bit. Things get back to normal after a few shifts, tho. Maybe I should replace both...or maybe it's not the hydraulics...
Hmm. How does your fluid level look?
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