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Need Track Tips ASAP...

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First off my car has been sitting for about 6 months so when I get back home I will be changing the oil and looking at all the fluids... I will let it run for about 30 min. and then change the oil again. The wife has been starting it up but just recently it wouldn't start anymore, I think it's the battery because same thing happen when I was deployed. Anyways, this will be my first time at the track so any tips will be greatly appreciated. I have a six speed TT MKIV, upgrades are DP, Apexi exhaust, SMF intake, fluidyne radiator, and TRD single disk. Tires are Nitto NT555 extremes on Azev five spoke rims. Let me know if it's a good idea to take it to the track after sitting for a long time. I will only be home for about a week so I can only drive my baby one time at the track and then back to my duty station for another six months. I will post again the condition of the car is when I get back home, looking for any white smoke or weird noises, but all should be good... shootz
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Drive it in traffic, stop 'n go a few times and make sure all fluids are good. Especially coolant and oil. Check the diff. and tranny by sticking your pinky finger in the fill plugs and make sure they are 99% topped off.
Diff=Redline Shockproof(or OEM)
Tranny=OEM v160 fluid or Royal Purple Syncromax(NOT, "Syncromesh")
I would not mix any fluids if they need to be topped off.
I hope it was garaged so it is out of the elements...
Put in some race gas :hsugh:

The nittos will need a good burnout to hook and obviously drop the pressure down
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