- Aug 15, 2019
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Oops - not sure who can see it.Must not be public
For the record - Mike W (RRE) and John M were working together, while I was a shop rat at RRE. I just kept showing up to RRE to do stuff, and they kept letting me. My first "professional" driving experience (actual competition in a vehicle not mine) was a collaboration with Mike and John when I entered OTC (Open Track Challenge) I used my 2G the first year with an RRE sponorship, and then we used John's 1G we built after that. Those events formed a bond that holds to this day. Later John had me working on a client Evo that eventually sprouted into a new spinoff company out of a garage in the same culdusac known as RR Chassis. I worked for John as his shop manager and track side support for a time. I learned Motors on my car at RRE, and I learned Chassis and track support logistics working for John doing suspension install and alignment, and for the racing clients, I contributed with the electronics and whatever was needed. John then officially created the Muellerized...company at this time.yes, yes, no, and John Freund created Pilink, which is the heart of the flatscreen onboard computer
Well thanks for the link anyway cuz even though it didn't work, I morphed it to this which gets his posts which I had never seen before. Lots of interesting stuff there:Oops - not sure who can see it.
These worked for me - but they all work for me ;-)Maybe if you click the hyperlink icon first and put it in that way instead of just copy/paste into the text box. Test:
I run gm/sec so I can convert to Kg/s and plot in an xl overlay on turbo maps - like this:About 25.3 lbs/min at that point. Jeez if you changed your airflow units to lbs/min I wouldn't have to use my 39 year old calculator to convert it!
Unless you just happen to like gms/sec of course.
Gorgeous. This thing is gonna handle like a dream.
I honestly want to paint the Talon in Ford Tuxedo Black. It's what color my Edge is and honestly...obnoxious how much I love the color. Yours is mirror smooth though.
The handling is awesome - Best track prep that its ever had. I don't even know where the limits are anymore - so that will be fun to find next track day out.
The factory paint on my 95 was so bad it was recalled. You could see "puddles" and mottling under the clear coat. This car had a re-spray under warranty - even still, not great paint.
When I was asked what to paint, Mercedes 040 black was recommended due to Mercedes specifically engineering its own black - intended to be better than everything out there. I don't know Ford black - but if it was manufactured in the 2000's it's got to be better than Mitsubishi paint.