Wow a 100,000 mi. how did that rocker arm work for you? do you still have the replacement on there from the convention? I think I was more nervous than you were when it broke. but you're right when you said that you're not worried cause you've got the best se-r mechanics on the spot ready to get busy on the car and fix it. no lie it was great to know that you have help when you need it especially far from home!
I had my camera ready for the century mark, too, but I pulled over and took the pictures. I also had a tripod and took a picture of me standing in front of it, too. I hit 100K on February 12, 1996, just two days away from my 2.5 year anniversary- that's an average of just under 110 miles per day, 7 days a week, for the entire time I'd owned it. Since then I've relaxed a bit and have only accrued 77K more.
100,000 miles is a cool threshold to cross. Like you, I had my camera ready when the time came. I shot a photo (at 70mph on the interstate, no less: Don't try this at home, kids.)
You post your photo, and I'll dig mine up from the archives, and post it here.
My '93 crossed 100k in 1996.
Congrats on the 100k mark. You'll find that SE-Rs get only better after that mark.
Greg P., '93 SE-R w/
148,000 miles, JWT
pop, header, ProActive
clutch, ST bar, NOS
50--shot (direct port
installed, yet to run), Autopower 4-point roll bar/harnesses. [email protected] 1/4
mile, [email protected] 1/8
mile, 2.05 60-ft.
I have 106K, never took the shot at 100K because i thought it to be a little silly. It's no big deal for car to go 100k these days. Show me 200k raced SE-R's. Anyway congrats it is milestone in a more literal sense than others.
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