View Full Version : Gen4's in NASA?

03-11-2008, 11:44 PM
I'm fixing my late mid-life crisis by getting into NASA starting at the HPDE 1 level. I had intended to use my '88 All-Trac, but now I'm not so sure. I think I need to learn on more of a momentum car, and I have a 86.5 ST with a broken motor. I'll switch to a 3s-ge(?), the higher powered twin cam motor available in the GT and GTS. In the lighter ST, it should be quick.

Do any of you guys have track day, TT or Class racing experience with street (i.e. tuning+racing tires) or lightly prepared (street+lightened, half cage, suspension mods, light engine mods) gen4 cars? This includes the All-Trac model, since I have one at my disposal. They are hard to work on, though.

I don't want to drive yet another Honda. There are too many already. Lets put some Celi's out therr on the track.

03-14-2008, 04:43 AM
Are you asking what is better for commuting?

Well....whats most comfortable to drive? What gets better gas milage (Problems fixed)?

03-14-2008, 01:31 PM
^Dude... he's talking about wheel to wheel racing. :p

Sorry i can't help you, i really only have limited autocross and a lot of drag experience.

Signed up for a track day in August though. :)