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Thread: How many Central Valley members do we have?

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    Super Moderator Ray's Avatar
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    How many Central Valley members do we have?

    Okay, we have a Central California section. How many FFR owners are in the area? I'm thinking between Stockton and Bakersfield north/south and between the two mountain ranges east/west.

    Post a reply and lets get a head count.

    I'll start. We live in Madera and own a MK-II Roadster

    Ray

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    “Under-steer is when you hit the wall with the front of the car and over-steer is when you hit the wall with the rear of the car. Horsepower is how fast you hit the wall and torque is how far you take the wall with you.”
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    Well, there's myself in Visalia, and I know that there is at least one more here in town (roadster)

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    Here in Fresno. Roadster and building a 33.
    Doug

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    So that's 4, that's IT?? LOL...

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    Trick Tool Maker, Super Moderator Hankl's Avatar
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    Don Vaught has a Coupe up in Manteca.

    Hank
    “If you didn’t have enough time to do it right the first time. How come you always have time to go back and do it again?” FFR1000186CP

    Understeer is when you hit the wall with the front of the car and oversteer is when you hit the wall with the rear of the car.
    Horsepower is how fast you hit the wall and torque is how far you take the wall with you.

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    Also, isn't Richard in Stockton? How far does the "central valley" technically go anyway?

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    According to Google map. Center of Central Valley is Salida. Central valley is Bakersfield to Redding 450 miles long 50 to 60 miles wide. So, Stockton is included.

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    I have a spec car and building a coupe here in Clovis.

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    Wow, Sorry Ron, how did I forget to add you? I think I've talked to you more than anyone else in the area.

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    I've got a Roadster coming in April to Oakdale and attending build school in two weeks. Hope to have another Roadster completed by end of year, or at least enough to go for registration in Jan 2013.

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    You have one more here. Just put my order in for the Mark IV . Looking forward to picking up as many tips on this site and hope to meet a few local owners as well. Stephen in Fresno

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    I know of a few in the Fresno area, including mine FFR 1292

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    Hi guys... Just a lurker right now in Bakersfield
    Should have MKIV order in March.
    Can't wait!

    Kurt

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    Tom P
    45 miles north of Sacramento, building a 33.

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    Rob T in Hanford. 818R. Regularly tracking it at Buttonwillow open track days.

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    Mark R in Visalia. just got my Roadster 2 weeks ago.

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    Stephen here in Fresno ,"Still Building" but lovingh it.
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