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    Arkansas and Texas
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    Brunton Stalker

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  1. Thanks. Would love to comes up, but with the oldest in college, and both playing sports, priorities have changed a bit in my household. Hopefully, back to NJMP in the near future.
  2. That’s correct on S-10 components. Items were from first gen trucks (82-93). Components used were: - front spindles and brakes - rear axle housing and brakes - bell housing Also used a Camaro 5-speed tranny.
  3. Hey, would really enjoy coming to NJMP. Life on my end had gotten quite busy with family commitments. ….are you sure Exocets are welcome?
  4. Bruce, while the camera did shoot quality video, it wasn’t the most user friendly product. I had mine in sync with my Traqmate, but could never get them to hold hands without a lot of effort on my end. Not sure if the Replay is even supported any longer. The best person here to query regarding camera is @Croc
  5. Bruce, The car was very well sorted. I sold the car to a former member here in 2021, but not sure where the car is now (maybe Kentucky). The camera I was using at the time was a Replay XD 1080 mini.
  6. Here’s the video to which Croc is referring. I was looking for Croc and my son so I could fall in behind and shoot some video. About five minutes into the video, Kitcat catches us and into the bowl we went…and that’s where the fun began.
  7. @ Croc , still no word from Brian regarding my Stalker. Scott, With your Stalker being 20 years old means you are in possession of a an original Brunton (designed and produced by the late Dennis Brunton). Front spindles will be from an early Chevy S10 pickup. Researching brakes for a 1990 model will get you where you want to be. Here are links for individual components to complete kits for the S10. Pricing for kits range from the $800 range up to north of 2 grand. You will need to modify the spindle, but it’s not a huge task. https://www.wilwood.com/BrakeKits/BrakeKitsProdFront?itemno=140-11009&year=1990&make=Chevrolet&model=S10+Pickup&option=4+x+2 https://www.summitracing.com/search/brand/wilwood-disc-brakes/part-type/disc-brake-kits/make/chevrolet/model/s10?PageSize=25&SortBy=DisplayPrice&SortOrder=Ascending https://www.buybrakes.com/1990-chevrolet-s10
  8. Not an expert on the Exocet by a long shot. If you remember, the reason I started the build was to bond with my kids. And that, we’ve done. Been a great experience this far.
  9. John, Thanks. My accident has been several years ago now (2015) and I’ve recovered quite well, all things considered. Still, to this day, the most amazing thing to me about my accident is how time seemed to slow down. When I think through the accident, it will take me about 30-40 seconds to process what happened. From the time the left front wheel assemble broke away from the car till the time the car came to a stop was 10 seconds. No gravel trap for me, just air. Today, I’m a full one inch shorter. I tell my wife that being shorter means I now have a lower center of gravity and therefore, I should be faster.
  10. Yes, we are overdue. With my current employment, Teterboro has become more of a pick up / drop off location. If we overnight in the northeast, it’s usually in Pittsfield, MA where the aircraft are based; no ramp fees, cheaper fuel, maintenance if needed. However, if a Teterboro overnight does come up, I’ll give you a shout.
  11. Aaah….you do know I can hear you, right?
  12. Hello, Croc. Suave here, answering on behalf of my master. As you know, xcarguy has been on sabbatical, building the Exocet with his offspring. It’s nice to know that you still hold him in such ‘high’ regards. You’ll also be surprised to know that xcarguy has taken up playing in the dirt once again. Yep, jumping off/over things (purposely now) and teaching his kids his bad habits. As for me these days? Well, let’s just say I’m sitting n the corner of the tool chest and awaiting our return to some track action….in time, I suppose. I managed to sneak a few of photos of what he’s been up to. TA TA for now.
  13. Suave has been locked away in the tool box during the transition. I just let him out and broke the news of the sell...he is not happy.
  14. Mike, it’s an Exocet build with the kids.Anderson really wanted to build one of these....can’t pass up the opportunity with the kids. When I move back into a Seven, I’m going to come over to the dark side and getting a Caterham.
  15. Yup....already been thinking about that.
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