HoyaXC07

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HoyaXC07 last won the day on May 26 2013

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  1. Not looking to part it out at this time. However If you are serious send me an email and we can talk pricing.
  2. Bump. Still for sale.
  3. I'll be in WSMR this weekend.  You have time this weekend? Ping me offline.  I was't able to PM you.

    1. HoyaXC07

      HoyaXC07

      I apologize for not getting back to you, I was out of town TDY in Indiana this week and just got back. I'm assuming you are interested in the car? Give me a call.

       

      770-714-9235

       

      -Mike

  4. Absolutely complete, 100% race ready, 92 E36 for sale.There is too much to list, inquire if you want more details on anything. This car is fast, reliable, competitive, and ready to go for ChumpCar, WRL, AER, or SCCA IT. 1992 BMW 325i Fully caged Sparco EVO Seat Sparco Wheel (brand new) Schroth harness (brand new) Radio system with PTT button on the wheel and head set for the pits. Easy to use and works great Fire suppression system Custom dash insert with oil pressure lights, oil pressure and temp gauges, fuel gauge, water temp, and Sunpro tach with tuner (same as they used in NASCAR $$$) Completely stripped wire harness. Bilstein shocks and springs Aluminum racing radiator, high flow racing water pump, heater core delete with bypass Custom oil cooler 22 Gallon Fuel Safe fuel cell. Zero Hour total engine rebuild (still has the break in oil) 2.8l Stroker crank Weisco 12.5-1 compression custom made pistons Eagle H Beam rods Racing ceramic bearings Ported, polished, and decked M50 cylinder head with high rpm valve springs Custom oil pan designed to maintain constant oil pressure during cornering. No oil worries on the banking at Daytona. Build cost over $10,000. We have receipts for everything. Its only ran in around the neighborhood and isn't even broken in yet. No dyno run but you could realistically expect 200-215 hp to the wheels. The engine was rebuilt specifically to be reliable for endurance racing. M50 is engine you want, no VANOS to worry about. Chipped ECU Short throw shift kit. (Brand new) Borla exhaust Headlights, high, low, and fogs on separate switches (so you can have maximum lights for night races) Four set of wheels and tires Two sets of Kosei wheels with Dunlop ZIIs. One set only has a few hours, other is brand new Enkeis with brand new Michelin Pilot Supersports for rain racing. Spare set of nice Bayern wheels with tires for a track day on the parts car Two diffs. 3.15 and 3.91 so you can chose the gearing for the track. Both are welded and rock solid. Brand new axles EBC rotors and Hawk HP+ pads. HP+ last the whole race with no fade. Another set of Hawk Blues for sprints. Front valence with aero tray under the front end. Small rear wing. 1994 BMW 325i Part Car Rear ended but starts stops steers and shifts. 5 Speed, strong motor. Great parts car 2014 34ft Look Trailer Triple Axle Heat, A/C, freezer strips on the door Top, bottom, and generator cabinets Side awning Only used for a couple races, low miles, basically brand new Spares, Misc Package Several sets of brakes pads Transmission Four sets of wheels and tires (previously mentioned) Alternators, Radiators, rear ends, ECUs... too much to list here A bunch of five gallon fuel jugs, Three 55 gallon drums and fuel pump Everything you need, just add your helmet and suit. Below is in-car video from Daytona before the engine rebuild. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/oI79UYvIWsQ" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> We'd like to sell everything as a whole package. We can work something out if you only want one or the other. $36,000 OBO Car is located in Savannah, GA. Send me a PM with any questions. Email me at hoyaxc07@gmail.com. If you are serious we can talk over the phone. FULL DISCLOSURE. We are selling everything because we are in the military and its become basically impossible to make a race. I'm located in El Paso but will set everything up if you are serious. -Mike
  5. After nearly passing out on track and then puking in my helmet I learned the hard way about keeping the fumes out. Running lexan windows instead of no windows solved the problem in our car.
  6. As you cut off coils from the spring the rate goes up. How much so varies but in general the more you cut the stiffer the spring becomes. This is why you see cars with cut springs boucning all over the road, stiffer springs without stiffer shocks to compensate. To do it right is to cut the spring to the correct spring rate then heat and compress the spring in a press to the correct height. There is a lot of vodoo magic and black arts invovled in this. However, your local circle track builder would probably have the knohow to do it correctly.
  7. Just let me know when the stupid lexan rule is reversed.....
  8. Saw the video on SportsCenter. What was that other guy thinking? Its tragic but I seriously doubt Tony intentionally ran him over. That was foolish to run up to his car to flip Tony the bird. There is a reason you stay in your car until the crew gets there.
  9. I know most still use the stock tank but FWIW we are very glad we finally went with a cell. If you drop the tank you'll get a good look at all of the hoses and fittings connected to it. We discovered several of the overflow and vent hoses we cracked, plugged, or completely missing. Replacing these made a big difference in our fuel range and helped with the starvation.
  10. Here's what we did. 1) Come in for fuel. We could last about 60-90 minutes before it starved. 2) Once we got tired of that we installed a fuel cell. I always reccomend doing it right the first time.
  11. Fantastic book.
  12. Ross Bentley's Speed Secrets is a great read. Its suitable for bathroom reading as its split into easy to read sections.
  13. This rule is absurd. Period.