Hello -tj@steeda I noticed that in the video below, Chris mentions that you decided to keep the factory Mach 1 vertical links instead of changing them. Is that still the current thinking with regard to the Mach 1? Thanks.
I like it. The font makes all the difference.Trying this out.
R3 is great. My whole car is PPF and ceramic coated and I had no issues getting tire rubber off. Next time you have a stubborn spot try letting the R3 dwell there a minute. You have to hold a cloth on it with some R3 on the cloth. I haven't needed anything else.Spent be day cleaning it up after last weeks track day. What a mess. Lots of tire rubber streaks everywhere, few new rock chips . But about 3 hours work and she’s cleaned up and ready to go do another track day in 2 weeks.
Have to say, used this stuff to get the rubber off, and it was really good on all but the very worst marks. (Still took off 95% of even the heaviest marks.) Some very mild rubbing compound removed the really bad stuff.)
Did find a chip in the paint on one of the wheels, in a really odd spot. (On the face of one of the spokes. Forgot to take a picture.) Next time I’m at the dealer I’ll see if they’ll cover it under warranty cause of the wired location and the fact the wheels have 0 curb rash and are perfect otherwise.
If not, the stock HP wheels may be my new track wheels, and I’ll get a replacement set for street duty.
Thanks for the tip. And congrats on the owners kit.I like it. The font makes all the difference.
R3 is great. My whole car is PPF and ceramic coated and I had no issues getting tire rubber off. Next time you have a stubborn spot try letting the R3 dwell there a minute. You have to hold a cloth on it with some R3 on the cloth. I haven't needed anything else.
Oh yeah, got my owners kit today.