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  1. Superbeemike

    1969 Super Bee Track Day at Thunderhill Raceway

    Yeah, fuel this last trip was terrible. It was about $600 all said and done. Didn’t help we towed out the camp trailer too. Thunderhill really is a great track. Very forgiving and easy on equipment. Hurry and get your 69’ finished. We are considering going again in October. There’s a two day...
  2. Superbeemike

    B Bodies and Road Courses - My Super Bee Setup

    Interesting information. I'll make sure to grab everything from the parts car. Orig69....Any idea how much it moves the wheel outwards?
  3. Superbeemike

    B Bodies and Road Courses - My Super Bee Setup

    Thanks guys, I’ll definitely grab those caliper brackets. If I remember right, back when I was doing the disc conversion, I read something about clamping force and that the stock calipers had a great deal of force. Gosh it’s been awhile but I think the math supported the stock stuff being...
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    B Bodies and Road Courses - My Super Bee Setup

    I’m using stock A Body calipers. They are the slide type. The EBC pads work great for me. Mine are yellows. I’m planning to part out a 76’ Coronet highway patrol car soon and plan to take the larger brakes from that. That old cop car has the 11.75 rotors.
  5. Superbeemike

    1969 Super Bee Track Day at Thunderhill Raceway

    Got my pics from the Pro Photographer at the track… Enjoy
  6. Superbeemike

    1969 Super Bee Track Day at Thunderhill Raceway

    Here’s a link to my build… B Bodies and Road Courses I have 245/60R15 in the front, and 295/50R15 in the rear. I did get some fade and vibration on one of my runs, on the big track. It was my fault for missing my marks and over using them. They quickly cooled after I calmed down a bit.
  7. Superbeemike

    1969 Super Bee Track Day at Thunderhill Raceway

    Another day at Thunderhill Raceway has come and gone and I wanted to write a post to share the trip with you all and post my photos and videos. My hopes are to encourage more to come out to events like this. We traveled out to California last Saturday the 28th, me pulling our travel trailer...
  8. Superbeemike

    It's always something

    I think my setup is the same as yours. I was able to use my automatic crossmember during my 4 speed swap by installing it flipped the opposite way.
  9. Superbeemike

    Swapping a Borgeson steering box in a 1970 Charger

    Nice write up Kern. I appreciate the information.
  10. Superbeemike

    Hydraulic Throw Out Bearing Problem

    The throwout bearing is always in contact with the pressure plate, just not loaded until your foot pushes the pedal. Not sure how long the bearing will live this way. Guess I’ll find out eventually.
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