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Old 10-13-2004, 06:56 PM   #1
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SR Racing: The Anatomy of a Racing Specialty Shop

SUMMARY: First, I think to really begin to understand the difference between SR Racing and a traditional shop, we need to understand the difference between a technician and an engineer. A technician is a master of installation and typical fabrication. An engineer can take a given set of parameters and design an optimized system for these parameters. Well what does that mean?

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Good article. I'm a ME and I've been exploring the possibility of opening my own shop. Tuning and preping purpose built cars would be the way I would want to go.
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I loved the article, but I am slightly biased. Thanks Guys. We just stumbled across it and really appreciated it.

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Re: SR Racing: The Anatomy of a Racing Specialty Shop

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Pretty busy. Hopefully it will slow for the winter.

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