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I gave up the ncc.edu email when I retired from Nassau Community College. Sold the JCW with just over 100K on it to a guy in Massapequa who said that he was going to refresh the supercharger himself. That’s when I knew I sold it to the right guy. His name is Nick and you can text him at 516-710-2711. Nice guy and obviously knows his stuff.
Original clutch and I only replaced the brakes once in 100 thousand miles. Used ceramics, so that’s probably why they lasted. The set I bought in 2919 I never installed (didn’t need ‘em yet) and wound up giving them to Nick along w a set of snow tires on rims.
I visited Freeport Mini at about 90 thousand miles and asked them about the supercharger service. They looked at me funny, checked their computer, and said that it wasn’t on the company’s service list. I had seen a Wheeler Dealers episode where they did the oil refresh on the supercharger, which led me to Freeport, and it was a major job for them to get the thing out. So good luck to you and Nick.
I just bought a Hyundai Veloster N. 275 HP, dual clutch automatic, launch control, etc., etc. Now if I want to row through the gears I gotta use the Elise.
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