Hey is there anyway you could record some of the race? I've never seen a stripped, caged LS lapping a track. It would be pretty cool to see.
We were first after two hours and a driver change, then the next two drivers got penalties and we had to sit out for several hours. Once I knew it was not going to be top 10, I stopped paying attention to place and just drove the crap out of it. With a penalty free drive, I'm confident we can win it.Props Spinetti. How did you place?
Right Ive got my '95 - '00 4 pot calipers, discs and pads. Then went to lexus dealer for fitting kit and anti squeal shims. £70 I nearly fainted. I also bought the lower ball joints so I dont have to hack lumps of my calipers. While I was buying stuff I also bought a set of Goodridge brake lines.
So the big changeover happens tomorrow morning. One question, do i need the dust shield (hacked down) or can I bin it?
Do you have any pictures of your set up? And what ball joint, upper, lower or do you mean tie rod end? At this point fitting these looks impossible to me unless I change the knuckle.not sure I get it... 95 calipers and 95 rotors don't fit your 93? They fit my 91, but I had to change to the 95 ball joints and do an alignment.
I'm on my iPad, so no easy way to get to pics right now, but I don't quite get the issue you have. I'm pretty sure i posted pics before, so just search on my user name or look at my facebook (public) blog on it. To do it properly, you need the 95 and up disc, caliper and lower ball joint - just look at rockauto.com or something to see pics of the parts. The caliper won't clear the ball joint (where the tie rod end connects)' and IMO its unwise to grind the parts till they fit - provided you value your life anyway (I'm racing mine). I can't even conceive how you fit the parts to get them like your pic if you have the right parts.Do you have any pictures of your set up? And what ball joint, upper, lower or do you mean tie rod end? At this point fitting these looks impossible to me unless I change the knuckle.