Clicks on YouTube are getting the latest greatest vehicle first that has a lot of hype. The Bronco and Hummer serve a large audience and would achieve both. The Kid might become an off road Hero. Regardless, who cares? We have our own community here with people that are keeping their cars and are invested in them working together to have fun and help each other out.4" drop kit on the bronco, 20x10 wheels shod with Supercar3. Comes in 10 seconds/lap slower than his GT500. Oh the clicks!!
You have to start somewhere......I agree with most of what you all are suggesting. Taking your car to the dealer for a "stock" alignment is a waste of time. I had a local shop that races Mustangs, but also caters to Porsche's and other Euro brands when having my camber plates installed and semi-race alignment performed. This is really the only way to go. These guys also race the local track, Pittsburgh International Race Complex, aka, Pitt Race, and know this track and the varying conditions well. You'll still have to do your homework as Tomster suggests, but it'll be a great way to get a good base setup to start.
I dont think he wants to be part of a community. I think all he cares about is clicks and subscribers and himself. I've never seen him offer anything here worthwhile to anyone.On a related note, does he have an account here? If so, is it identifiable as him, or a sock-puppet?