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This is a discussion on Building a Stage Rally Car within the Motorsports Talk forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by twistedphrame i never really got what those do exactly? i took my A/C out when i did ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by twistedphrame View Post
    i never really got what those do exactly?
    i took my A/C out when i did the rebuild so like poly_poly-man said, it just puts air in the cabin that is greatly needed cuz usually the rules say you race with your windows up
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    It is a good post and i like rally race because it is a non stop action and also it is a great work and it is also a discipline game.
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    there are a few things ive done lately...

    i installed my roof vent












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    i bought a new KOYO Radiator...



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    and a few action shots from Johnson Valley...









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    very nice pics, i like the huge dirt cloud

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    i installed my Roof Scoop





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    I love the car, looks like you've had a LOT of fun with it. Johnson Valley looks like a fun place.
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    thanks Mudferret, its been a blast
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    I like the wheels on your neighbors car. haha... jk...

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    Quote Originally Posted by joesubaru7 View Post
    I like the wheels on your neighbors car. haha...
    hahaha yeah, she's a Mexican... must i say more?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post
    Easy now... :-|
    dont get offended now... you cant say that its not a Mexican thing to put things like that on there cars. its not a bad thing, its just fun to laugh about
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    any progress think you vanished
    enough power?, never!

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    sorry, ive been unemployed for 8 months now so the build got put on hold... i should be getting back to work soon and will start building again. i will post up as soon as thinks start happening.
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