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A mod idea for you bird.
I'm sure he's happy with a car that just drives. That 86 has done nothing it has claimed to.
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It's a standalone car that works alongside the factory 86 and doesn't replace or edit it.
I got 4 days out of a set of track pads. Rears last twice as long. Big brakes should last 5x longer so hoping to get some value there. The std brakes with the right fluid and pads are up to the task of more power but they are working very hard, eat consumables and don't give as nice a feel.
Check out our club: https://www.facebook.com/groups/86driversclub/
We are incorporated and CAMS affiliated. There are few guys in Newcastle that will have more of an idea of where you can track it around there.
Yes it's on Facebook but it's an open group so it keeps out all the riff raff. No one uses any of the aus 86 forums anymore sadly.
I would be changing brake fluid every couple of track days, it's cheap and easy otherwise pay for an expensive fluid and you may get a year or so. I've just started running bigger brakes so may do it less now but we'll see how it holds up. I've done 2 sprints on the new brakes.
A sprint session with usually 6+ times runs of 4 hot laps with our 86 club is $145. A set of track tyres might last at least 8 to 20 events. $800 for them. Pads and fluid at a minimum maybe $3-500. It really depends how much you want to get into it. Helmet $100-$500 and some gloves.
Harnesses there is debate over any increased safety over a 3pt and airbags and isn't necessary. CAMS license and or a Queensland Raceways license might add $65 to $100 annually.