Compton, California (April 11, 2018) – This weekend, Greg Adler will be kicking off his 2018 short course off-road racing campaign as the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series launches the much anticipated season under the lights at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park in Chandler, Arizona.


Subaru Impreza’s Suspension Upgrade

Before I entered my 2nd season of RallyX, I decided to upgrade my suspension. Based on that experience, here is a little how-to for those interested. When you get into it, it’s really not that daunting of a task but I can see how some people might be intimidated. All you need are the right tools, the right info, and some time. Let’s get started.

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Subaru Impreza Upgrades

In anticipation of the new RallyX season, I was ready to make some upgrades on my Subaru. I started by swapping out the clutch and adding a lightweight flywheel and crank pulley. This really freed the engine up, allowing it to rev easily. I also added a Borla header, a track pipe, and a Greddy Evo2 ca-back to free up the exhaust and allow the engine to breathe better.

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My Two Jeep Wrangers

I currently own 2 Jeeps.

One is the pink (used to be green) rock crawling competition Jeep. It was originally a 1997 TJ Wrangler SE. The only part on it that is original is the frame. The body tub has been swapped from a 2000 TJ, the grille is an aftermarket piece from Crown Automotive, and the engine is a 4.3L Vortec out of a 2003 GM truck. This thing is a driving billboard for parts available through 4Wheel Drive Hardware. Here is a list of parts you can find on this rig:

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Jeep Upgrades

Instead of writing an eight page report on all of the jeeps, trucks, and SUVs I have owned, I will instead stick to the majors. The major vehicles will include a 1989 XJ Cherokee, 1976 CJ5, 1995 YJ Wrangler, and finally a 1997 TJ Wrangler.

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