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last week the PR Motorsports red roadster came to our shop. it has a juked-out diff... i think the ring gear might have been chewed up. when draining the diff oil, some metal chunks poured out. i'm not working on it, but my co-worker next to me is in charge of servicing it.

body shape is decent with matching paint, i felt embarassed to take pix next to it...








havent met the owner. however, does the car still belong to PR Motorsports? i wonder what its doing down here if PR is up north
 

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Regarding the picture of the dryer ducting for brake ducts - I've found you get better cooling results when you run the duct around the shock so that the opening is pointing at the caliper and the ducting is positioned behind the shock (towards the rear of the car) whereas is that pic the ducting is in front of the shock (towards the front of the car).
Other than that mine is ran the same way.

I also think that that type of ducting doesn't have enough flex.. I prefer the more flexible dryer ducting - I'll post a pic if I can find one of mine.

-Ryan
 
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