It's always weird photographing your own car for any sort of 'feature', whether it's on your own website or not. It's been a while though, so I thought I would update you all on how it's currently looking.
I've replaced the side bumper vent that went missing at its last tracking outing, and it has had a serious waxing, in the hope that I might gain a bit of top-end speed come circuit time (actually, it just looks nice!). Largely, the vehicle remains the same.
I found out at the last track day that the Project Mu B-Spec pads weren't up to scratch, and I've had a couple of engine check lights for good measure (thanks, HKS high-flow cat). Everything is sorted now though, and it's running better than ever.
Iain Clegg of ST Hitec keeps nudging me to get it tuned properly, by means of ECUTEK software, so that may be on the cards should I keep it.
After chatting with Leon Scott about my brake issues, he was kind enough to donate a few sets of much higher temp pads to try out, so once they're in I will update on how they work; I think I will give the Project Mu 999 pads a crack first! The Subaru is still for sale though, as I am keen on getting into something much cheaper (think cheap Honda etc) to thrash around the track. Simply put, this thing is just far too nice to ruin by turning it into a race car. If you know of anyone interested, you can see the listing here.
Thanks for looking guys! If you think you've got some good ideas for a track car that's affordable, throw them into the comments below. Cheers!