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Goodbye old friend . . . :crying: We were very naughty together. Very naughty indeed. cherrsagai



Hellooo lllover . . . mmmmmm



All it took was one trackday to vastly alter my thinking on what makes a "sports car." Although the turbo was a better street car, the GT3 is a purebred track machine. 6-piston brakes, fully adjustable suspension, RWD, steel synchros in the 'box, limited-slip diff., 8200rpm redline, 3000lbs . . . yum. Now if I can only stay outta the Armco without the assistance of PSM . . . :7:
 

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Very nice transition Mark! Congratulations on the beautiful GT3. Please keep us updated with your thoughts of it on the track and the street.
 

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I just got a race alignment done today (took the tech 10 hours . . . ouch!). Negative camber of 2.0deg front and 2.2deg rear. Ride height same as GT3RS.

Words cannot describe the precision now . . . this is the first car I've driven that steers better than my old E36 M3. :cheers:
 

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Congrats

Enjoy her
And may her shiny side always be up with the narrow end first :cheers:
 
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