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Thanks for everyone who showed up. We had a weak showing of Rx-8s (Bill Whites and I where the only ones there.), but a realy strong showing of 2nd gens, and only one lonely 3rd gen. Overall, I think we had between 16-18 people last night.
I'd like to thank Brad for bringing down the 3 rotor down to show it off to us. I only wished I had brought my digital camera. When the car is finished, it is going to be nothing short of amazing!
We talked about Apple Blossom, the dyno day, a upcoming track day at PIR, and RPNW giving a helping hand at PIR for a day. Also, RPNW will be setting up a pay-pal account for future use with track days, dyno days, and other club events.
You know, I'd realy like to thank all the guys who have put all this work into the club. Bolth time and money. There is'nt many places that is so relaxed, and fun to be around. Everytime we have a meet I have such a great time. If you are not involved in a local club of somesort, I strongly urge you guys to join one, or alteast drop in and check it out. I realy doubt you'll regret it. Sincerely, CJ Brault
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1993 FD. SR stage II single turbo, and all the other stuff to go along with it. 400+rwhp in a 2600lb car can be a little much to handle.