A front engine car stopping shorter than a rear engine car is quite an accomplishment. They must be doing something right in the brake department. For the guy upgrading the brakes, are you doing a lot of driving on the track?
A/C clutch -- I thought that every car had a magnetic A/C clutch that disengaged when not in use. Therefore when you're not using the A/C you are only turning a pulley but not the entire compressor. I'm pretty sure that's how all the cars I have ever owned have worked.
Last edited by skierman64; 03-17-2007 at 11:05 PM.