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2009WRX
Posted on: Mar 18 2018, 07:37 PM





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The Fontana ProSolo is this upcoming weekend so if youre on the fence or wanting to attend, hurry and sign up on Motorsportreg.com
SSR, SS, and L1 would really love some additional drivers in their classes if youve got an eligible car, wed love to have you come out. Other cars and classes are of course encouraged to attend as well.
Hope to see you there Friday.
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2009WRX
Posted on: Jan 15 2018, 06:49 PM





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Was my 3rd TO run (41.677) dirty? 🤔
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2009WRX
Posted on: Dec 11 2017, 11:04 AM





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As far as I know, Cars are only allowed to compete in one street touring class, yours seems to fall into STRoadster, which only allows 9 wheels.
Yes, CSP is C Street Prepared.
If you scroll through the rule book into the automobile classes, it says where each car falls under within the Street Touring, Street Prepared and other categories.
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2009WRX
Posted on: Dec 11 2017, 10:25 AM





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With the 10 wheels, technically its CSP. If they were 9 all around you could be in STR. But Im guessing you could get away with it as is in STR until you start beating folks.
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2009WRX
Posted on: Dec 11 2017, 03:20 AM





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Sold.
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2009WRX
Posted on: Nov 3 2017, 09:13 PM





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Grand Sport is not much in the way of a dragster, but she gets around the autocross pretty well...
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2009WRX
Posted on: Sep 11 2017, 08:25 AM





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Car just won the 2017 C Prepred National Championship...
Fastest Mustang in Solo... 😊
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2009WRX
Posted on: Aug 16 2017, 03:45 PM





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FOR SALE: 2011 Ford Mustang GT (Post Nationals)

SCCA wins:
E Street Prepared National Champion 2015 (by 2.6 seconds!!) (3rd in PAX overall)
E Street Prepared ProSolo Champion 2015
El Toro Super Challenge winner 2015
5 Champ Tour wins
4 Prosolo class wins

C Prepared:
2017 SD Match Tour winner (XP)
2017 Crows Landing Tour winner
2017 Crows Landing Pro winner (R2)
2017 Spring Nats Tour winner

Numerous trophies in ESP and CP trims in both Tour and Prosolo Competition

Suspension:
Moton Double Adjustable shocks recently serviced by ProPartsUSA
Fays2 Watts Link
Vorshlag Camber/Caster Plates
Strano adjustable front and rear sway bars, adjustable front end links
Tubular subframe connectors (bolt in)
Asssorted Springs (500# currently in rear suspension, (2)600#(spare), (2)700#(spare), 800# currently in front suspension, all are 7 in length)
Adjustable rear spring perches
Boss front strut bar
Rear adjustable lower control arms
Forgestar 18X12 F14 wheels
XXR 18x11 wheels

BMR K member (C Prepared)
BMR adjustable front control arms (C Prepared)
BMR radiator brace (C Prepared)
BMW cross brace (C Prepared)


Drivetrain:
Spec stage 3+ clutch with lightened pressure plate
ACT aluminum flywheel
Torsen T2-R LSD
DBA 2 piece slotted front brake rotors
Rear slotted rotors
Hawk HP+ pads all around
Stainless brake lines
Boss 302 ABS module

Driveshaft Shop Aluminum driveshaft (C Prepared)

Engine:
Ford Cobra Jet intake manifold
Ford oval throttle body
JLT intake
MSD coils
Ford 47# injectors
Kenne Bell Boost a pump
BBK long tube headers
BBK catless X-pipe
Bassani catback exhaust
2 12 inline Dynamax mufflers
SCT X4 tuner
Fluidyne radiator
Boss 302 oil cooler
Oil pump gear and sprocket replaced in February 2017
Shorai 3# battery
Catch can

Currently running on E85
Dynod ~442hp 393 ftlbs torque on a Mustang dyno February 2017
Also dynod about 417 hp on a 95 octane blend February 2017

Interior:
(2) Sparco Pro2000 seats with sliders
Momo steering wheel
Currently is mostly gutted for C Prepared
Still has full uncut dashboard assembly

Front end has been converted to the BOSS fascia to accommodate the Boss/Laguna Seca splitter
Spare rear decklid has a 10 spoiler
Fender flares have been custom made to accommodate the wider wheel/tire combination
Car still has radio installed as well as functional Air Conditioning (Its hot and humid in Lincoln)

Car currently in C Prepared (Lite) trim and comes with the necessary parts to convert back to ESP trim.
Also, whatever stock parts I have will be coming with car as well to include stock decklid and stock seats (if desired).

Car is about 3200 pounds in current CP (Lite) trim and weighed about 3475 pounds in ESP trim.

Currently has a little over 40K miles on it and will increase slightly as the season is finished out.
Car is licensed, registered, and insured still.

$26,000 OBO



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2009WRX
Posted on: Jun 7 2017, 08:23 PM





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Steve, what are the dimensions? Age? Does it have any shelving/storage/tire racks installed?

Evidently my rickety ass open trailer isn't up to standards to tow the C7 says Brian.

Thank you
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2009WRX
Posted on: Jul 24 2016, 01:42 AM





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Well the time has come and I'm putting the mustang up for sale.
It's a 2011 Mustang with a 6 speed and about 39k miles.
It's been setup very well for ESP and while there's some allowances that it hasn't taken advantage of yet, it's still exceptionally fast.

The car has had numerous wins in ESP since I've owned it:
2012 San Diego Tour
2014 San Diego Tour
2014 Crows Landing Tour
2015 San Diego Tour (1st in pax)
2015 El Toro Pro (7th in pax)
2015 Crows Landing Pro
2015 Spring Nationals Pro
2015 Spring Nationals Tour (1st in pax)
2015 Mineral Wells Pro (1st in pax)
2015 ProSolo Finale
2015 National Champion (by ~2.6 seconds over 2nd place) (3rd in overall pax out of 1209)

Strano Front and Rear swaybars
Torsen T2-R limited slip
Fay's 2 Watts link
BBK long tube headers
Steeda 101mm intake
Double adjustable Moton shocks
Vorshlag Camber plates
Sparco Pro2000 Seats
Laguna Seca front splitter
Rear spoiler on an extra deck lid
Rear adjustable spring perches
Bassani catback Exhaust
Adjustable front End links
Bolt in subframe connectors
DBA lighter 2-piece slotted front rotors and slotted rear rotors
Hawk HP+ brake pads
ACT aluminum flywheel
Spec stage 3+ clutch (lightened version)
Momo steering wheel
Boss intake manifold with install kit
Boss strut tower bar to clear taller Boss manifold
Msd coils
BBK 90mm throttle body
BBK Cat less X pipe
SCT X4 tuner, car makes ~430hp to the wheels on an off the shelf tune
Fenders have been cut and flared
Adjustable rear control arms and brackets
Super lightweight (~3lb) Shorai Battery with tender
Fluidyne Radiator
Boss Oil cooler
180 degree thermostat
19x9 Ford racing wheels (black)
18x10.5 Enkei rpf01 wheels (black)
18x11 XXR wheels
18x12 Forgestar wheels (gunmetal)

Will be including 4 sets of Hoosiers (A7's) in varying stages of wear.
Also will be including whatever stock parts I have still including the stock intake manifold, stock seats, stock mufflers which i use to pass sites with strict sound limits such as AMP and San Diego.

That's most of what I can think of besides other small things here and there.

BAD/Not so good:
Car has a big scratch on the left rear quarter panel
Floor in drivers well is worn from Autocross use
Drivers seat has wear on the left bolster from repeated entry and exit


Asking price is $30,000 OBO

Additional pictures available upon request
Any questions feel free to ask
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2009WRX
Posted on: May 3 2016, 12:02 AM





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Ask Doug Rowse, He's on the SPAC. If he doesn't know he should be able to provide further guidance.
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2009WRX
Posted on: Jan 30 2016, 08:37 PM





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If that "wing" is more of a spoiler than I'd imagine you'd be in FSP? But pretty sure that wing throws you right into street modified... If you have a picture of it that would be more conclusive since I have no clue what it is.
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2009WRX
Posted on: Jan 26 2016, 11:30 AM





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You could also to the Match Tour in San Diego the first weekend in April, while it's not exactly the same as how Nationals will run, it will still be fairly close, and it's a weekend in San Diego. It's also must closer than any other National Event, except maybe the El Toro Pro. Pros are also fun weekends, but if you don't plan on doing 2-3 Pros, plus the Finale if you qualify, there's not as much incentive to doing them.
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2009WRX
Posted on: Jan 26 2016, 01:04 AM





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Most guys usually (try to) run a certain number throughout the year, but once registration opens, you can register with whatever number, 0-99 for first driver 100-199 for second driver, you want to. Many drivers seem to flock towards a higher number, but some drivers would rather not worry about scrambling to get that magical number 99. Sometimes it's better to have a higher number, but just select a number and you're good. If you need to purchase numbers, SoloPerformance.com sells them, or you can get them from a variety of vendors.

Nationals registration usually seems to open late June/early July IIRC, so you have plenty of time there.

I think you can run +/- an inch factory diameter in stock, if your car came with a 18/19" setup, you can run 19's all around, but they have to be the same width as stock, and offset has to be within 1/4" of stock(spacers can be used to help there) Me and Brian are running 18's all around in AS, but the front 18's (17" diameter stock) are the same 9.5" as factory. Hope this helped you.

And be prepared to do a lot of drinking there, if not, we love designated drivers.


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2009WRX
Posted on: Jan 18 2016, 08:34 AM





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Brian and Howdyshell traded cars.
We've got the blue Z and it's in AS/SSR trim.
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2009WRX
Posted on: Jan 17 2016, 10:57 PM





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I didn't exactly say I beat you, merely that you're beatable.

I thought I recall you saying it was some bolt or something cheap/minor that failed (maybe that was a different time??) but was vital enough to sideline the car.

Would have enjoyed being at this most recent MK, but me and BP were in Fontana getting some seat time in the Z06.
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2009WRX
Posted on: Jan 17 2016, 08:38 PM





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As I recall from the last MK, the Huff is/was beatable biggrin.gif
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2009WRX
Posted on: Dec 3 2015, 05:43 PM





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Sounding like a mirrorkhana may be in the future?? 👍
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2009WRX
Posted on: Jun 24 2015, 02:19 PM





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Brad, you seemed to do pretty well jumping into my high(ish) HP, solid axle pig on some wide HOHO's
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2009WRX
Posted on: Jun 22 2015, 01:39 PM





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QUOTE (APEXLVR @ Jun 22 2015, 12:37 PM) *
QUOTE (2009WRX @ Jun 22 2015, 01:22 PM) *
Just go to CAM ESP, Hoosiers are more fun than street tires. I bet that thing could put down some pretty stout numbers, and have a fairly low curb weight(My pig weighs about 3475~3480-ish). I had mine turning into ESP within a year, then it gives you a perfect excuse to buy an Ecoboost pickup truck to haul it around.
But 7.3L Powerstroke > Ecoboost...





And as I've seen recently 7.3L Powerstroke > 6.6L Duramax sad.gif

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2009WRX
Posted on: Jun 22 2015, 01:22 PM





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QUOTE (DeanaK @ Jun 22 2015, 08:05 AM) *
QUOTE (HowdyZ06 @ Jun 20 2015, 04:08 PM) *
And CAM (and its variants) is a silly class with silly "rules" for silly people.
...so what I'm hearing is that CAM is perfect for my silly self with my silly boostang.... laugh.gif


Just go to CAM ESP, Hoosiers are more fun than street tires. I bet that thing could put down some pretty stout numbers, and have a fairly low curb weight(My pig weighs about 3475~3480-ish). I had mine turning into ESP within a year, then it gives you a perfect excuse to buy an Ecoboost pickup truck to haul it around.




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2009WRX
Posted on: Apr 17 2015, 01:00 AM





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I'm screwed, NXB + ~91 points = NXR




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2009WRX
Posted on: Apr 12 2015, 02:26 PM





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Mirrorkhanas are a lot of fun. But don't see that happening on the lake loop.
But flying around the lake loop isn't too bad of a way to spend a morning/afternoon either

And yes no points and more fun.
Just keep all wheels on the pavement. And don't spin out on the parade lap ph34r.gif
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2009WRX
Posted on: Feb 18 2015, 03:43 PM





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Get in line sir...
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2009WRX
Posted on: Feb 12 2015, 06:23 PM





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I had my birthday there the past couple years... Never tell that it's your birthday to a sadistic stripper, birthday 'spankings ' can get a bit out of hand. beer.gif
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