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FiST spotted in Trackday Video

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Hey guys not coincidentally when I was editing this track day video I ran into a few good clips of a FiST(most likely a member of this forum) and I decided to put the clips in the video especially since I was looking into buying an ST at the time. I'm sure it'll take you guys about two seconds to name the member but I was just curious who it was and thought you guys would want to see some good track footage of an ST!

The clips can be found at time code 0:40, 1:02, 2:13

https://youtu.be/fa6MB8lR3z0



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No license plates? Brand new or track only? Anyhow, looks like I need to branch out from Thunderhill and give Sonoma a try; thanks for the link to the video.
I saw a lot of people with there plates off since they announced I was shooting video. Looked like a trackable DD. When you go out to a track day next let me know. What did you need to do to your car as far as track prep goes? Other then the normal pads/rbf 600/tires


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I saw a lot of people with there plates off since they announced I was shooting video. Looked like a trackable DD. When you go out to a track day next let me know. What did you need to do to your car as far as track prep goes? Other then the normal pads/rbf 600/tires
As far as track prep goes, I had a very limited budget last season. I swapped the brake fluid for the first events and upgraded the radiator for the last few events. I need to upgrade the intercooler next season because heat soak was definitely a limiting factor. I was impressed with the stock brakes and tires, but I plan to get 16s and Hankook RS4s -- I will eventually upgrade the rotors and pads but they performed very admirably.
 
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As far as track prep goes, I had a very limited budget last season. I swapped the brake fluid for the first events and upgraded the radiator for the last few events. I need to upgrade the intercooler next season because heat soak was definitely a limiting factor. I was impressed with the stock brakes and tires, but I plan to get 16s and Hankook RS4s -- I will eventually upgrade the rotors and pads but they performed very admirably.
Great info, I was planning on doing the radiator before I go out the first time too. Good to know the car holds up with not much needed initially


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