:+1:This exactlylol like anyone 'competes' the first time they go to a track... your not even allowed to pass without a point-by! just do a brake fluid flush and you'll be fine. you might get some 'SLOW DOWN' warnings from the SST, but maybe not until you've done a few track days and start getting faster. If you do, SSP has a lot of goodies to help keeps the trans cool.
Besides that, anything else is optional. my first track day in the evo, i lapped a GT-R and a Lambo Superlegerra, with my boiling OEM brake fluid and all Anyone saying you need to do anything more shouldn't be posting
Are you kidding me? yes, of course!Can you go to a track day on a stock evo without doing any damage? Like having some fun runs not competing all day.
Nope, just like the internet.. 100% serious business 95% of the time.Can you go to a track day on a stock evo without doing any damage? Like having some fun runs not competing all day.
Non-stock fluids are not stock :shades:Brake fluid flush would still mean you're stock, which I totally agree with doing.
Oh. :jk:I was actually thinking stock fluid
Let's be honest... who has gone to a track day and not gotten hooked? Serious question, is it possible? Shit's so fun...The first to do afterwards if you're hooked and want to get better is to get better fluid and pads, though.
Ha! I agree with you, but every once in a while I get a friend I bring along that only does it once, or only once a year. I don't know what's wrong with them...:duh:Let's be honest... who has gone to a track day and not gotten hooked? Serious question, is it possible? Shit's so fun...