Install a second fire suppression nozzle pointed at the driver. (Will need some decabon tubing and a T fitting)
- Buy and install a window net
- Drill 3/16″ inspection hole in the cage
Find out if our battery box fits their definition of “sealed battery box”
- Install 2.5″ washers on all seat and belt mount bolts (our current ones are only 2″)
Redirect the exhaust, and consider an additional muffler
- 4″ numbers on the front and rear bumpers
- buy a better fueling drip pan
- Better Tow markers
Change the oil Check the trans fluid
- oil the cone filter
reserve a tow vehicle reserve a tow dolly buy hankook tires per series rules
- descuzzify and load up
I installed the plumbing and a new nozzle. One points at the driver lap and torso (but not the face) and the other at our feet.
Check out the Laguna Seca Exhaust!
Over the last few decades lots of annoying rich jerks have bought property right next to the race track, built their McMansions, and started complaining about the noise. DUH! you built your house next to a freaking race track!! So now they have outrageously low noise restrictions. This race will be 92dB measured at a shack to the right and just up the hill from turn 5. Our car is pretty quiet. so I added plumbing to make the exhaust point up and to the left to minimize what the sound shack hears. I hope it is enough.