Like our Project Elantra series but didn’t start reading from the start? Pwes, what follows next is the summary of Project Elantra articles for your reading pleasure and possible plotting and scheming for the 2014 conesport season.
As of this writing, the car is almost back from its resuscitation, from catastrophically overheating in the Clark International Speedway. We find ourselves at the same sort of scenario as when we first started this series of articles, where the car was immobile. But, instead of visually offending our heeled neighbors at our garage, it’s busy being a dusty blight at an outside shop.
At the series’ first installment, we thought that we can still keep the car streetable. We have failed miserably in that regard. The transformation from crap Korean car to crap Korean racecar may be irreversible as well. We just hope that it can be appreciated for what it is.
There’s plenty to report on its repair, but we’ll save it for a formal installment. If you have been following us on Facebook, you will have an idea on what you and the rest of the conesport cognoscenti should expect next year. Until then, catch up on our ragtag project car.
Project Elantra Part X: Huffin’, Puffin’, and Blowin’ Up
Project Elantra Part IX: The Foundations of Power
Project Elantra Part VIII: Gauging More Progress
Project Elantra Part VII: Gauging Progress
Project Elantra Part VI: On ABS
Project Elantra Part V: Give me a Brake!
Project Elantra Part IV: Racing the “B” car
Project Elantra Part III: Project Elantra: Gone Racin’
Project Elantra Part II: Springing and Wiring Into Action
Project Elantra Part I: Introduction to kuhol.net’s Project Elantra