This is one of those items that’s been on my to-do list for quite a few years – swapping out Sharka’s stock tie rod ends for the 93 LE / 94 R-package ends. They help address the bump steer issues on a lowered car and it’s one part of a Miata that I’ve never replaced. That second reason alone is enough to justify the job.
February 19th, 2011 — Racing
This is the 2nd helmet I’ve ever owned. I’ve suffered along with the same uncomfortable bargain rack KBC helmet for all of my racing life. It finally expired, so I treated myself to something a bit nicer.
A fairly random and gushing review of the discontinued KG Works Independent Look Gauge Cluster. This is a holy grail for me. I’ve wanted one for a long long time. And now I have one. Read on for the full review.
January 25th, 2010 — The Intarwebz
The winner of the CR.net calendar contest is announced!
A lot of pix (maybe too many) detailing the restoration of a broken Transformers G1 Shockwave. Yes, I’ve got a soft spot for old toys as well as old Miatas.
The revlimiter.net steering wheel collection as of 2009. I got a new wheel for my birthday, so I took the opportunity to pop them all in the lightbox for some detail shots. The Decepticon Mighty Muggs helped out.
A pictorial review of the discontinued and uber-rare KG Works vintage Mazda logo gift set. I got all 6 pieces. My robot helpers took to the lightbox for some photos. If you’re into rare Miata parts, you’re gonna like this blog post.
A new Plastic52 photo. I don’t imagine this one will be very popular, but I wanted to play with my long-stacks G1 Prime in the lightbox. The fact that the Revoltech Megatron gun fit so perfectly in his hand made this a MUST-SHOOT. =) Plastic 52, week 3.