Posts Tagged ‘NASA NORTHEAST’

This week I took a break from metalwork to start on the suspension. If you remember from the Racing Is Expensive! (Got Used?) post, I picked up some suspension bits from a Z I stripped a few months back – including Ground Control coilovers, Tokico Illumina (5 way adjustable) struts, and Stillen (gen 2) front upper control arms.

Today we’ll look at installing these along with a new 300 Degree Camber Kit. The rest of the Z’s suspension is on order from SPL Pro Suspension.  Sean over at SPL is a supporter of the project and agreed to become a sponsor! (More on SPL and their top quality suspension products in future posts). But for now, let’s get started!

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Last Saturday I took a trip to the annual NASA Northeast 2011 season awards banquet – held at the incredible Avenue A Club (in Newark NJ of all places).

Sean over at SPL Pro Suspension (one of my build sponsors) suggested I join the NASA forums to get more info on road racing in my region (rules/classes/etc.), as well as link up with other drivers in my area.

The guys over at the NASA Northeast forum couldn’t have been more helpful! After answering many of my questions, they suggested I take a trip to the banquet as a way to meet fellow racers face to face and get an idea of what NASA’s all about. So my fiancée and I decided to take the trip down.

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