This article came out of a conversation I had with Dan here at Professional Awesome Racing. I was in need of help as I was using upper control arms for an EK Civic on an SUV. Why? Because I’m a crazy person who’s building a track Honda CR-V, that’s why. The CR-V has longer control … Continue reading The Definitive 1990s Honda Widebody and Control Arm Guide
Our time attack Evo VIII isn't the only car in our fleet deserving of Weds. I had the pleasure of installing WedsSport RN-55M wheels on the Evo X project car today and I couldn't wait to get pictures up! I went with 18"x9.5" +25 offset wheels that have a fitment that's slightly more aggressively than … Continue reading Project: Mitsubishi Evo X MR WedsSport Update
Pre-release sensors are available! Contact email@example.com for pricing. The Professional Awesome Racing CAN bus Infrared Temperature sensor (CIRT) is a CAN based, multi-zone sensor constructed for use in harsh, motorsports environments. The CIRT is designed for high accuracy, versatility and ease of use while offering plug and play installation. Configurable to report up to 16 … Continue reading Professional Awesome Racing CIRT
We realize that it can be tough to match what rear wing goes best with our front diffusers or what front diffusers to get to match your existing wing. We scoured the internet for rear wings with publicly availably CFD data and used the information to match common applications. We made sure the CFD data … Continue reading Which front diffuser goes with which wing and vice-versa?
3/2021 Update: We have been informed that some of these shops do not carry Alumalite. Let us know if that's the case and we will update the list. Thanks! Looking to make your own splitter? Here's one step to help make it easier. Working with Laminators Inc., the folks that manufacture Alumalite, we have compiled … Continue reading List of Alumalite Suppliers
In the 10+ years of track experience we have had, we’ve made a lot of mistakes and learned a lot of lessons. Hopefully, the lessons in this article will make life easier for you. First things first, I may interchange the words water and coolant, don’t get mad at me. In practice, you use water … Continue reading How to make your street car’s cooling system race and track-day ready.
Dan's back at it again and has purchased a new project car. This time, he swears he's going to keep it for a while. The goal is to replace his wife's Project Miata, which you can read about on MotoIQ. The car will be street oriented, with a dash of reliable, track day fun. The … Continue reading Professional Awesome Project: Mitsubishi Evo X MR
The gentlemen at Gears and Gasoline put together an amazing little video recapping the 2019 Gridlife Midwest Festival. We are heavily featured in it and are ever so grateful. Please take a view and show them some love!!! https://youtu.be/mV75O2YIfQI
Hondas are known for amazingly slick shifting gearboxes, but when the S2000 rolled around, the world was left a little disappointed. Yes, I said it. The shifting is notchy when cruising around town. One must be really patient to avoid minor grinds. If you drive aggressively, everything seems to work better. The trip to the … Continue reading Pro Awe Tips: The Best Transmission Fluid For Honda S2000s. EVER!
After our success at Gridlife, hopes were high for finally overcoming the Buttonwillow curse that has plagued us for years. In the past, the car would perform perfectly for numerous events and then have a massive failure in California. This year, we were determined to overcome that destiny. Preparation for the event went well, we … Continue reading Global Time Attack’s Super Lap Battle at Buttonwillow Raceway