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Nicely done, Alex. Here are a couple of Delta Vee Rob Schermerhorn's guides for your further reference:
Lowering The Ferrari F355
Right, John. Both cards are always in my wallet.
You should also carry your tow hook and two fresh cans of Fix-a-Flat with you when you're out driving.
Stock rotors and calipers. Porterfield AP 639 R-4 pads up front and Porterfield AP 345 R-4S for the rear.
I never triggered the ABS system on...
No major issues during my ownership. The previous owner had a right side timing belt failure at ~30,000 miles and a clutch service at ~50,000...
Congratulations, Jason! I look forward to seeing, and hearing, you on the track again next year.
Ken, there's actually a name for that "iconic integrated spoiler." It's called a nolder.
I've always liked how the F355 Challenge looked prior to 1998 and the introduction of the wing...
I'll get pictures and fitting details for you. The car runs much better with just one heavy duty fuel pressure regulator than it did with...
Since those pictures were taken, I've had the fuel lines replumbed, now using a single heavy-duty Aeromotive adjustable fuel pressure regulator -...
But Robb took these great shots of me managing to stay on the track at Lime Rock Park a couple of years ago...
Lime Rock Park - Turn 2
Yes it is.
Felix Medina did the conversion...
Yes they do!
Stoogeapalloza. That's where you all work together on your cars, right?
Nice find, Jason! Leave your full muffler on for Lime Rock Park and put the race muffler on for Watkins Glen!
Here's the link to the oil pressure sender boot at Ricambi America: 135940-B OIL PRESSURE SENDER COVER
And keep them clean with John's sender boot available at Ricambi America.
My 1999 MY USA Version 550's headlights only work with the ignition on.
Try silver, Ken.