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  • 92 integra scca class ita

    First time driving my father's road racing car. This video is at the New York safety track. Running Hoosier R7 225 45 15, built motor to scca specs, blueprinted and balanced. Advance design nitrogen struts
    eibach coils 1200lb front and 1450 out back
    full roll cage scca specs
    syncrotech built trans with m factory helical diff
    m factory type r final drive set
    spec stage 3 clutch
    Stage 2 axles
    hondata s300 tuned by zenochron
    Setrab oil cooler with remote oil filter
    aluminum full size radiator with slim fans.
    probably more I'm forgetting.

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    Looks like a blast and a nicely prepped car! Don't ya just love those higher hp cars with drivers who don't know what they're doing but still think they have to be faster than a little 4 banger? haha! Those spring rates are higher than I would have expected, how does the car ride? Mine are half that and it's rough. Is that whine I'm hearing from the trans as noticeable in the car as it is in the video? Maybe that's from the diff? Just seems like more whine than I'm used to with a factory trans (i.e. not a fancy full race dog box or something).
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    • #3
      The whine is very noticeable, lol. The car rides great for having the heavy springs. I love showing up fast cars with slow drivers lol.

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      • #4
        Pretty awesome!
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