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Old 05-01-2009, 08:00 PM   #1
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Old 05-01-2009, 09:00 PM   #2
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About time, glad to see you guys getting back on track.
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Old 05-02-2009, 03:17 AM   #3
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Another racing season is upon us. The sport of Time Attack is gaining tremendous momentum and we have an exciting year of racing ahead. Faster cars, new venues, broken records, and increased media coverage. As the owner/driver of the Takata Time Attack Impreza, I can't wait to be a part of it.

Before we look forward to what is in store for 2009, lets quickly recap on 2008. It was an incredible year for my team as we earned our first ever National Championship. Although our car got a little banged up at the Redline Time Attack Finale at VIR last year thanks to a brake line failure, we emerged as the Modified AWD Season Champion. This would not have been possible with out the acquisition of our title sponsor, Takata Racing Products. And because of our success last year, Takata has signed on for another season with our team. Paul Szuba and his crew at P&L Motorsports were also a key part of our success as they built a fast and reliable car. I also owe a BIG thanks to the entire Forza Motorsport Community for their support last year, not only in the Livery Contest, but also their support and encouragement throughout the season. If you do not recall our Forza Motorsport livery contest, be sure to check out this link. The sexy design of the Takata Impreza is the work of Andre Guerrieri, AG dRizZe, of Forza's tune and paint group Tuning AG.

The Takata Impreza's livery was conceived by AG dRizZE using Forza Motorsport's livery editor!

mnkpro won the Photomode contest!

Takata Impreza debut at Nashville Super Speedway 2008

Takata Impreza in action

Myself, James Elterman, and Takata cheerleeder Gracie Elterman pose with banged up Takata Impreza at 2008 Redline Time Attack Finale at VIR

If you missed the coverage of last year's Time Attacks, there is no need to worry. With increased coverage of the Redline Time Attack series from television, magazines, and internet, it will be easy to follow the progress of the Takata Time Attack team and your other favorite teams in 2009. Here are some places where you will find coverage of Redline Time Attack....

Takata Time Attack
Takata Time Attack Website / Blog http://www.takatatimeattack.com
Takata Time Attack YouTube http://www.youtube.com/jelterman


Redline Time Attack show on ION Network (Coming later this year)

Magazines (Print)

Performance Auto & Sound http://www.pasmag.com
D-Sport http://www.dragsport.com

Magazines (Digital)
Carbon8 http://www.carbon8mag.com

Temporary Link http://timeattackblog.com/


Redline Time Attack http://www.redlinetimeattack.com
Time Attack Forums http://www.timeattackforums.com
Time Attack Blog http://www.timeattackblog.com
Time Attack TV http://www.timeattack.tv


Twitter http://twitter.com/RedlineTA
MySpace http://www.myspace.com/redlinetimeattack

With all those options it will be easy to follow all the action. But no video or magazine article is a substitute for watching and event LIVE! Check the schedule below, plan a road trip with your pals, and come see some see some of the Nation's best tuners, drivers, and teams going head to head for the best time.

Redline Time Attack 2009 Schedule

March 28-29: Buttonwillow Raceway - Buttonwillow, CA
May 30-31: Willow Springs Int'l - Near Los Angeles, CA
June 20-21: Autobahn Country Club - Near Chicago, IL
August 8-9: Carolina Motorsports Park - Near Charlotte, NC
August 29-30: EnglishTown - Englishtown, NJ
September 26-27: Spring Mountain - Near Las Vegas, NV
Near Auto Club Speedway - Near Los Angeles, CA
*Check Redline Time Attack website for latest information.

If standing on the sidelines isn't enough, and you are ready to experience Time Attack in the first person, head over to TimeAttackForums.com and introduce yourself. We will be happy to help you get started. Redline has a brand new "Stock" class and "Rookie" class to help newbies get started. It is easier than you think, and more fun than you can imagine.


What's the plan for 2009? Well although we won the Season Championship last year, I certainly can't expect to relax. It takes a tremendous amount of work to launch a successful racing campaign at this level, and we simply couldn't do it without our sponsors. Let me take a moment to recognize our sponsors for the 2009 season...

Takata Racing Products
- Returning as our title sponsor. Manufacturer of Takata Racing Harnesses.
P&L Motorsports - Paul and his team are responsible for the tuning and racing preparation of the Takata Impreza.
Nitto Tire - Nitto NT01 Tires.
Cusco - High quality Suspension, L.S.D., and Clutch components for Subarus and other makes.
Solo Performance - The nations leading distributor of racing products to the grassroots racing market.
SEIBON - Lightweight carbon and fiberglass body panels.
Hans - Head and neck support safety devices.
Girodisc - High performance braking components.

With companies such as these behind my team, I am confident that we are going to have another strong showing in 2009. When you think of the companies above, realize not only that they are helping support my race team, but also that they value having their products tested in a racing environment. This is precisely why Time Attack is such a relevant sport. The products developed and proven on the Takata Impreza can be purchased for your own car to make it more safe, fun, and reliable for spirited driving every day or pushing the limit at your local track.

"So, what are you doing to your car for 2009?" is the question I am most often asked. For starters, I plan to campaign it in Modified AWD again, so upgrades must consider the rules for that class.

Planned Upgrades/Maintenance/Repair
- Body: Send the car to Leyden Auto Body in Chicago for body repair with new SEIBON lightweight body panels.
- Engine: P&L Motorsports to refresh the engine. Rebuild with the intent for increased power. (Reference: 2008 power was 413 wheel hp)
- Transmission: P&L Motorsport to refresh transmission with new gears and syncros. Replace DCCD center diff with Cusco Tarmac Gear.
- Brakes: Replace OEM brake system with dual reservoir system for fail safe operation with driver adjustable brake bias. Tilton pedal assembly.
- Weight: Find and remove additional dead weight were legal for class. Replace components with lightweight counterparts where possible.
- General: There will be many other small changes or additions that may go unnoticed but are necessary for increased safety regulations and improved reliability of the car.

"What about the graphics" is usually the next question I get. Takata and I are so pleased with the current livery, that for the most part it will remain unchanged for 2009. Here's a teaser that I created in Forza's livery editor. I actually provide these screen shots from the game to the vinyl shop so they know exactly how to place the logos.

"When is your first event?"

We will be doing some testing and tuning in May, but our 2009 Redline Time Attack debut will be June 20-21 at Autobahn Country Club, just south of Chicago. It is Father's Day weekend! So bring your Dad, your pals, and their Dads! This is going to be the hottest Time Attack the Midwest has ever seen!

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Old 05-02-2009, 03:21 AM   #4
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December 28th, 2008

It is late December and the busted up Takata Impreza has been idle in my home garage in St. Louis, Missouri for about 2 months. With my sponsor agreements recently renewed for a 2009 campaign, it is time to get to work on the car. Despite the damage, the car still runs and drives; but it still doesn’t stop, which makes loading it on the trailer a challenge. The Takata Impreza is loaded and I deliver it to P&L Motorsports of Chicago, Illinois. While there I met with owner Paul Szuba to review our plans for 2009. Paul is very pleased with the result of 2008, and happy to see that the P&L fabricated cage kept me safe in the accident. As Paul and I assessed the damage, we were both very impressed at how well the car absorbed the 45mph impact with the tire wall. The front and rear glass are both intact, which indicates just how rigid the cage is.

January 14th, 2009

Before the body damage is repaired, P&L remove the engine and transmission which are in need of a refresh.


January 19th, 2009

The Takata Impreza is delivered to Leyden Auto Body for repair of the body damage. A nasty winter in Chicago means a lot of wrecked cars, so the Takata Impreza will be in queue for longer than usual.

February 11th, 2009

As a general statement, we are having a very difficult time sourcing race components this year. It is not uncommon for race components to be on short order at this time of the year, as this is the time of year when everyone is trying to source race parts, but this year seems to be particularly difficult. The strained economy is causing manufacturers to scale back on production, and retailers are reducing inventory. The result is long lead times for race parts.

March 31, 2009

The fine body men and painters at Leyden Auto Body in Chicago have erased the damaged caused in last year’s accident. The worst of the damage was in the area of the rear quarter panel. We took the opportunity to shave the gas door in the new rear quarter panel. The Fuel Safe fuel cell is filled from the trunk, so there is no need for the door anymore. New SEIBON doors and fenders were painted and hung, and thankfully, the SEIBON trunk and hood only had minor damage and were repaired. It is great to see the car back in one piece again.




April 3, 2009

The Takata Impreza has returned to P&L Motorsports were the engine and transmission are almost ready to go back in. Unfortunately we are still struggling to source a few key components, and it looks like we are going to miss our first scheduled opportunity to test. We have plenty of time before our first Redline event, but it is always important to have testing prior to a big event. I am looking to May for alternative opportunities to test the car.

January 17, 2009

Here's a bit of rewind....
With the Takata Impreza in the hands of P&L Motorsports for the off-season, I am free to manage the business aspect of the team. I'll admit, I wish it was the other way around! I would much rather be wrenching on the car! Having done all the work on my car for years, it is difficult for me to be hands off during the build. Fortunately for me, I found a fix for my itch to turn wrenches this off-season. Except for this project, the scale is a bit larger...

Introducing the new official tow vehicle of Takata Time Attack. It is a 2001 Ford F250 Super Duty. It was a tough decision, but with 240,000 miles on our 1997 Ford F250, some systems were starting to become unreliable for long trips, so we found a new home for it. It is critical that we have reliable transport for the Takata Impreza, and I am confident that our new truck will serve us well. Our new 2001 F250 has the same powerful and reliable power plant as our outgoing truck, the 7.3L Turbo Diesel. With only 125,000 miles on the clock, it is just broken in by diesel standards. The transmission is a 6-speed manual, which is one more gear than the 1997 had. Sourcing a truck with a manual transmission proved to be very difficult, as automatics are much more popular despite frequent failures. Manual transmissions are much better suited for towing.

I was happy to bring this truck home, but as I admire it, I see one major problem. It is STOCK! In order to give my idle hands something to do this off-season, I am going to boost the truck's potential, quite literally. Turbo diesel trucks have incredible potential, and much like a Subaru turbo engine, the performance potential can be increased with no loss in reliability.

In the foreground, the new 2001 F250. In the background, the outgoing 1997 F250. I am still partial to the styling of the 1997 model.

Here's what I have in store for the new F250.

Nitto Terra Grappler Tires

20" Wheels
SCT SF3 Flash Tuner
MBRP 4" Exhaust
Custom Intake
Di Pricol Gauges: Boost, EGT, Fuel Pressure
Updated Headlights/Grill
B&W Gooseneck Hitch
Towing Mirrors
Step Tubes
Takata Time Attack Graphics

It may weigh 6,000 lbs., but with some light modifications this truck will be making nearly as much boost as the Takata Impreza, and get as much as 20mpg on the highway. Stay tuned and I'll tell you more as I make progress.

April 29, 2009

The engine and trans are about ready to go in. I plan to make a visit to P&L Motorosports next week so I'll bring you some photos then.

In the meantime, the Redline Time Attack season is already underway! Check out this video from the Season Opener at Buttonwillow Raceway in Buttonwillow, California!

Redline Time Attack 2009 Round 1 Video

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Old 05-02-2009, 03:32 AM   #5
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May 1, 2009

While P&L is hard at work on the Takata Impreza, I'm starting to tap the potential of my new tow vehicle. First on the agenda is the SCT X3 flash tuner. The SCT X3 works in much the same way as the Cobb Accessport flash tuner that we use on the Takata Impreza. Simply plug it in to the OBDII port, choose a new map, and upload! The X3 supports custom tunes, but I won't be going to any sort of extremes with my tow vehicle. Just looking to get some additional power and improved fuel economy from the 7.3L turbo diesel which feels very choked with the stock tune. So did it work? Absolutely! Before the SCT X3 I recorded a best fuel economy of 15.5 mpg on the highway. With the SCT X3 in the Tow setting, on the very next tank I got 17.9 mpg! My best is 18.3 mpg thus far. And the power? Well I didn't have the opportunity to dyno the truck before and after, but I can say that my "butt dyno" can really feel the improvement. I comes on so strong in the SCT Tow mode that my wife asked me to dial it back to the SCT Street setting for when she drives it. More power and improved fuel economy! How can you argue with that?!

Next up, we really need to do something about the appearance of the truck. I'm not vein, but the Takata Impreza is so handsome, the tow vehicle needs to look good since they will be sharing space in the paddock. First to go are the stock 16" "bullet hole" style wheels and those Wal-mart special tires. I wouldn't trust my heavy loads to those tires! Time to step up to a Class E tire with an aggressive look and good road manners. The Nitto Terra Grappler fits the bill perfectly! The Takata Impreza also wears Nitto shoes, so it is appropriate that the truck wear Nitto as well. The Terra Grappler is Nitto's all-terrain truck tire. Nitto also offers a Mud and Dune Grappler for off-road, and a Dura Grappler for highway terrain. Although the Terra Grappler is an all-terrain tire with an aggressive tread pattern, the ride is great and the noise is minimal. I'm looking forward to an opportunity to put it's off-road prowess to the test. Great looking tire, and great road manners. Again, it seems that my homework has paid off and I got exactly what I wanted.

You may have already noticed that I didn't bother mounting the tires on a standard issue wheel. I actually spent about two months agonizing over wheel choices. There are no trucks in Forza Motorsport 2, so it is very difficult for me to visualize wheels on the truck! I picked up magazine after magazine at the news stand, and browsed forums for hours. I nearly hit "buy now" on some aftermarket wheels a few times, but I couldn't pull the trigger. I knew I wanted a chrome wheel, but I wanted a simple design, yet so many truck wheels are extremely flashy. My other reservation was that all aftermarket chrome wheels require regular polishing, and often "pit" when used in cold climates where salt is used on the roads. None of this sounded good to me. Finally I stumbled on the solution. I purchased a used set of 20" OE (Original Equipment) Ford wheels that were an option on a 2007 model year F250. These wheels have exactly the look I was searching for, the quality is great, and they don't require much maintenance. The only hitch was that 2007 model year wheels have a different offset than my 2001 model year truck. Offset is something that you need to keep in mind when purchasing wheels. I resolved this problem by purchasing a set of spacers from Fred Goeske at WheelAdapter.com. I am very pleased with the way they look on the truck. Now I'm anxious to do a few more subtle changes to the exterior to freshen it up.

Before I move on from the wheels, here's an interesting fact for you. The stock 16" wheel and tire combo which I removed from the truck weighed in at 68 lbs. You won't believe how much more the 20" combo weighs!... 95 lbs.! That's a full 25 lbs. per corner! So much for my improved gas mileage. All that rotating mass requires more power.. and my fuel economy has dropped 1 mpg on average from 18 mpg to 17 mpg just by adding the wheels and tires. Looking good comes at a price I suppose. Considering this fact it is hard to imagine why so many OEM's are fitting 17", 18", and even 20" wheels on their vehicles from the factory when fuel economy is under such scrutiny.

I have more news on the truck but I'll save it for another installment...

May 9th, 2009

Hey! It's my 30th Birthday! Perfect excuse to run up to Chicago to visit my friends at P&L Motorsports. Here's another shot of my truck outside the shop. I know this is supposed to be a build thread about the race car but I can't get enough of those wheels and tires. They really transformed the truck. Needs a bath though...

Outside the shop are some customer cars. Clearly Subarus are the majority of P&L's business, but they tune other makes as well.

Inside the shop I visited with shop owner Paul Szuba. Getting down to business you can see that there is still a lot of work to do, but it all comes together quickly. During the build there are many outside operations such painting, engine machining, component sourcing, etc. Fortunately all of those outside operations are complete and there is going to be major progress in the next couple weeks at P&L.

Here you can see the Takata Impreza's new short block. It is fully blueprinted with machined and honed cylinders to assure proper piston to wall clearances. The CP Pistons are bore specific, custom fitted, and coated for maximum cylinder bore component life. It also utilizes ARP head studs for increased boost, and P&L Motorsports own water pump for severe duty.

Stay tuned. We will be headed to the track before you know it!

May 25, 2009

Paul and his crew at P&L Motorsports are working long hours to prepare the Takata Impreza for testing at Autobahn next weekend. In preparation for our first track outing of the season I have continued my preparation of my tow vehicle. For some reason our new truck came with standard size mirrors, so I decided to replace them with extendable tow mirrors...

And why do I need tow mirrors? Well... to tow our new 36' trailer! If anyone happened to see my previous 16' open trailer that I have used for the last 5 seasons, you'll realize our need to upgrade. Some very long hauls are planned this year so it is important that we have a reliable trailer. The enclosed trailer also gives us plenty of room for equipment and spares, and my family will appreciate that it provides some relief from the elements.

Stay tuned. I'll have some great photos of our testing session in one week.

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June 4, 2009

Well as luck would have it, we hit another road block that prevented us from testing. It seems that our new Cusco Tarmac Gear center differential would not mate to the USDM transfer gear in the USDM 6-speed transmission. To remedy the problem we are sourcing a JDM transfer gear, and as you can imagine, that isn't something you can do overnight. In addition we discovered a problem with the splines on the driver's side output of the transmission, so they will have to be replaced. This is all very disappointing because the car is otherwise ready for business. As you can see from the photos below, the engine is in and runs, the fuel cell has been reinstalled, and the new brake system is in place. It's only details now.

I am still optimistic that we can test prior to Redline Time Attack at Autobahn, but my schedule is full so it will be difficult to coordinate. Competing in a race with little to no testing is never a good idea, but at least we have home field advantage and I have a lot of confidence in Paul and his team at P&L.

The P&L Motorsports built engine is installed and it cranks over on the first try.

Master cylinder reservoirs for the brake and clutch. Note the dual brake reservoirs, front and rear, for brake proportioning and failsafe operation.

It looks so plain without the decals! The photos you see are a few days old. The fresh decals were applied today.

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Old 05-02-2009, 01:52 PM   #7
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Great to see everything coming back together and this beast coming back out!!!

Good Luck on the season!
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Old 05-03-2009, 04:09 PM   #8
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Damage repair looks great and I can't wait to see it painted up again! You'll grow to love that newer F250. I miss my old F550 work truck (21 ft box on an extended 21 ft wheelbase frame)
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Old 05-04-2009, 11:51 AM   #9
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you'll love the crewcab too...wish I had crew instead of supercab now.
you really ought to start a tow rig thread on timeattackforums
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Old 05-07-2009, 09:29 AM   #10
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Awesome to see you back in action! I remember meeting you guys at NJMP at the Redline Time Attack. I was the one helping you figure out that "ticking" noise you had in the rear that ended up being that brake pad/shim. Hope all is well and I will see you again when your in NJ! If you need a NJ crew member, I am here!
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Good luck. I can't wait till june for the Redline event.
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Thread updated!

Originally Posted by Chris05STi View Post
Awesome to see you back in action! I remember meeting you guys at NJMP at the Redline Time Attack. I was the one helping you figure out that "ticking" noise you had in the rear that ended up being that brake pad/shim. Hope all is well and I will see you again when your in NJ! If you need a NJ crew member, I am here!
I remember you Chris! There will be two events in NJ this year; and exihibition at NJMP, and a points event at Englishtown. I will be at the Englishtown event. See you there!

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Good luck. I can't wait till june for the Redline event.
You and me both! I think it is going to be an incredible event! The hype surrounding the Chicago event seems to be more than the West coast events! See you there!
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Thread updated today.
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good to see it's almost back in shape

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stunning car... got it on forza btw....

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Seen James at Gateway Friday night. Attempted to run the 1/4 on his RR tires

Had some traction issues.

Beautiful car and James is a cool guy.

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