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About 1975_mini

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  • First Name
    Corey
  • Spouse/Significant Other First Name - if none, please enter "n/a"
    Brandy
  • Location
    Fort Meade, MD
  • Interests
    running, aquariums, and of course my Mini
  • Occupation
    USMC

My MINI

  • My MINIs Year
    Pre-2002 - Classic Mini
  • My MINIs Type
    Classic
  • My MINIs Body Color
    Reef Blue
  • My MINIs Roof Color
    Body Color
  • My MINIs Name
    Watson & Roxy

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  1. His son did the design, and he asked if I could make it into a graphic. the owner of the MINI is Colin, he is a staple at the Tail of the Dragon. Not only for MINIs on the Dragon, but randomly throughout the year. he estimated he has 15,000 miles on the Tail of the Dragon!!!
  2. knocked out a custom roof graphic for a fellow MINIac that was in town this weekend.
  3. Sounds like it could be a speed sensor going bad. Without pulling the codes that’s just a guess based on abs error but no noticeable lose of braking ability
  4. Hey all, Colin is going to be in town this coming weekend and he wanted to know if anyone wanted to get together. Reply if you would be interested in a bunch on Sunday. @TGGRRR (Ali) @Edge @MarkDDrew @GreenCactus @NYRican MC40 @CHILLIN please tag anyone you might think would be interested
  5. Oil pump shouldn't be to bad, hope he's back up and running soon.
  6. Looks great. We have club discounts with PTuning and GTPeace. We will be working to re-establish agreement with other vendors in the near future.
  7. Here is the GPX file (turn-by-turn nav) if anyone would like to use it. The link below will provide the steps to download the app and use the turn-by-turn Antique_Run.gpx
  8. Welcome, I look forward to meeting you at a run soon
  9. Great looking MINI, I have always been a fan of the laurel scheme on the clubman
  10. Event Title: EXTERNAL EVENT: NCC Autocross Event #5 (Final chance for the season Event Date: 10/02/2021 09:00 AM to 10/02/2021 04:00 PM Event Address: 201 Motorsports Park Cir, Summit Point, WV, 25446 NCC is hosting the fifth and FINAL autocross event of their 2021 season on October 2nd on the Washington Circuit at Summit Point Motorsports Park. Registration is open through September 30th. The cost is $35 for the morning or afternoon session and $55 for both. This year they are requiring all participants be members of the BMWCCA (NCC is the local chapter). In-car instruction is back, along with ride-alongs and loaner helmets. We've had a few MINIs out at each 2021 event, and it's a great way to meet other MINI drivers and test the limits of your MINI's handling. Let me know if you have any questions or if you'll be there! Registration link: https://www.motorsportreg.com/events/2021-ncc-autocross-points-event-5-summit-point-raceway-washington-bmw-cca-872431 RSVP on the event here:
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    NCC is hosting the fifth and FINAL autocross event of their 2021 season on October 2nd on the Washington Circuit at Summit Point Motorsports Park. Registration is open through September 30th. The cost is $35 for the morning or afternoon session and $55 for both. This year they are requiring all participants be members of the BMWCCA (NCC is the local chapter). In-car instruction is back, along with ride-alongs and loaner helmets. We've had a few MINIs out at each 2021 event, and it's a great way to meet other MINI drivers and test the limits of your MINI's handling. Let me know if you have any questions or if you'll be there! Registration link: https://www.motorsportreg.com/events/2021-ncc-autocross-points-event-5-summit-point-raceway-washington-bmw-cca-872431
  12. You have the upgraded JCW suspension, those are really good springs, keeping your springs and replacing the stunts with koni yellows is a very cost effective and great handling solution. This does not let you adjust ride height it would be what you have now. This is the setup that Colin has run for years, if that helps rate the handling. If you want to adjust ride height then go with an adjustable coil over setup KW has a few variants depending on how much adjustability you want. Happy to talk more about it at the meeting.
  13. I might have been to 1836 a time or two, Good spot definitely worth a stop!!!
  14. Looks great Craig. Simple plug and play? Is the lower resistance causing and issues with "bulb out" lights?
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