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does anyone here race a 2002 in ITB?

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I'm thinking about racing ITB with a 2002 this summer and just wanted to hear other people's experiences about racing IT. From what I've gathered, you have to run a 32/36 and the stock four speed, and I was wondering how competative the 2002s are with these rules. I'm eager to read and learn about racing a 2002, so if anyone has any stories or suggestions, I'd like to hear 'em.

Not that it makes a difference, but I'd be racing in the Northeast Region during the summer.

Thanks,

robin

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URL: http://www.winnsecurity.com/norcal02

http://www.improvedtouring.com/

THey have forums, not REALLY active but you could get questions answered probably. This past weekend at ThunderHill there were 2 2002s in attendance. A yellow one and a black one. The black one unforuntaley lost an engine, and the yellow did HORRIBLE in the first qualifying session (wrong tires). Decided to run tires betting on what the weather would be on his second and last qualifying session and cleaned up the whole group. I think he won the race too..they are very capable if you throw some money at em, atleast with the suspension.

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I raced ITB from 1988 to 1996. The 2002 is very competitive in ITB. You have to have all the right things. Best brake pads& fluid. Brakes are the weak point. Have the suspension dialed to the tires. Use the lowest rate spring possible with out bottoming out.

If you are gifted in fabricating and mechanical knowledge, you can be a winner. Good luck. G

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I am envious! hope you are taking some pictures of the action. Is your 02 on the road yet? email me off board and we can go for a drive.

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