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post Aug 7 2011, 10:05 AM
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Alright, I recently bought a 1976 2.0 liter that has been sitting in a garage for twelve years, RUST FREE!!! i got it running and have been driving it and realized that the suspension is completely worn out. (I have the rear sway bar held on with zip ties) What would you recommend i do with replacing shocks, bushings, etc. I will be using it for weekend track use and autocrosses. thanks in advance.
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post Sep 9 2011, 01:30 AM
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Make friends with other teeners in area, buy heavy duty, non-ratchet type jackstands and read advertisements from the many places that sell Porsche racing equipment, such as Tangerine Racing, Elephant Racing, Tarrett , etc. See what is out there, then have the teener friends (real or on-line) who actually know something about this advise you. Join SCCA, NASA or some club and make more friends. Actually, friends are what make this or most other hobbies fun, at least it was for me in kart racing.
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