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  1. 14 points
    While some of you guys were ripping it up at Racewars, I was doing pretty well at the Westernationals in Group 2 - Competition Bike. We top qualiified, won the round and the gold Christmas Tree (the holy grail of aussie drag racing) and reset the national record for DD/CBI to 8.339. I also ran 0.2mph off the national record terminal speed at 164.8mph. I've now got the WA Comp Bike track championship in the bag with one more round to go and at the end of the month we go to Adelaide and try to tie up the National Chmpionship. (both championships are a bit weak this season, but I'll take it) Next season's goal is to run a 7 and crack 170 mph, then we'll be proper fast!
  2. 13 points
    Thanks for the kind words Dazza Some simple stuff but interesting all the same for me last week starting with @Roo32 coming in for a service,Jonny Tig 4* race intake and battery relocation kit and aftermarket pipe kit all in black Had Ben in for a service and turbo swop as the old 100,000km factory turbo had developed the "death rumble" so just a changeover with a FG mk2 factory turbo so like for like, took a video for the peps who don't know what that sounds like then I've finalised @pro_xw98's engine build and is ready to install, the pictures just don't do it justice imho new water pump and pulleys,engine mounts new sensors to go in also Alex had the new CRG lowmount HPC coated with the new rear housing and looks schmick
  3. 10 points
    So my racewars weekend was kind of odd. Had some very frustrating issues with my car that really highlighted how little time I spend prepping it. I loved helping all the boys out and getting there sh*t to run as well as we could, but next year I really need to take time to go over my car properly. Saturday saw some average runs, but I was never out to set records. Given the setup was all new and largely untested I found some issues with boost control so spent some time replumbing the wastegate. @Uberxr was a big help and even gave me a banana so I would calm down and not wind up punching on of the many passers by who where asking very silly questions or suggesting what engine should be in the car. (You're not you when you're hungry here have a banana) My next two runs saw my terminal speed go from 201 to 224, but I was still having to peddle it and on the third run, I backed out early as the car didn't seem right. Turns out gut instinct was right and on the return road the belt let go. I made a fairly hot entry (speed wise) into the pit and was out pushing before the car had rolled to a stop and the usual suspects arrived to help get the wounded army tank back into the pics Special guest appearances from a couple of forum regulars in that shot. Much finger pointing, ohhing and ahhhhing occurred and after we raided everyone's parts stashes we realised we had a spare belt but not a balancer. so my day was done. At least she looks good when hard parked Saturday night saw me lapping around Albany to return some tools I had borrowed and eventually lending some tools to a mate in need before heading home depressed to a house full of drunken happy people so before I could say "who's phuckin idea was racewars" (it was discostig's for the record) I had a beer in one hand and a piece of oddly sauceless pizza in the other. Once we where suitably liquored up we did the obvious thing and looked into whey I was still seeing 26+lb of boost on minimal gate pressure. Luckily for my car, Toads and I do some of our best work after a few and soon spotted the reason. Silly error by me when setting up a couple of alternate tunes the night before saw incorrect load axis on a couple of critical tables which resulted in excessively retarded timing and overboost. So we fixed that, drank more beer and took the piss out of @IH8TOADS early onset dementia. Luckily Repco in Albany where more than happy to lighten my by several hundred $'s (at trade price) for the parts I required and it wasn't too long before this happened. I only got 1 more 800mtr run before the 1000's started so I used this as yet another part throttle test pass and the army tank managed 222. The 1000mtr runs saw issues crop up again, I wasn't able to maintain correct fuel mixtures for the boost/timing I was running so this resulted in less than ideal trap speeds. Log below show, RPM (Red),Throttle Position(Brown) and Speed (Green) and illustrates how many times I had to roll off the throttle and back on. Obviously this shows the car is nowhere near it's potential but this was the best it could do on the day so the decision was made to park it. A couple of tweaks on @Uberxr & @-Stever- primer missles saw them both gain a couple of KMH. The decision was then made to write a balls to the wall tune for @turboknapp car which featured all of the boosts, all of the sparks and a little less of the fuels but by the time this was done and in the car the lanes where close so the big boys could duke it out, so that was racing for the weekend. Sunday night hilarity included, Rude German waitstaff, disagreements about Private Party attendance, Steak Steak and moooooar Steak, Boong Eggs, Stolen Buckets and Arguments about Dogs and was one of the best times I've had in a long time. I think these two pics pretty much sum up the experience You win some and you loose some The weekend may not have gone to plan but the opportunity to hang out with some old mates, cement some friendships with new mates, buy a new airconditioner, get a haircut and learn about Uncle Garry and collect oh so much valuable logging data was worth it. Big thanks to those mentioned above and also @mummba for the constant laughs @LazyBrennan for spend two hours helping me remove the balancer (and also @Uberxr for the stellar ignition technician work) 2018 RW programme- Built Trans and TailShaft ALL the boosts and Sparks Aero oh so much Aero. There are some pretty big brick walls around the 245/250 mark you need to punch through. If I only I knew someone who knows someone who's an Aero Engineer for a Major Nascar team.........oh wait I do. For anyone who's thought about, talked about,dreamt about running your car... Don't be a Do it! Lastly Phuck Primer cars
  4. 9 points
  5. 9 points
    Hi Guys Jet did an amazing transformation on my XR6T I enjoyed the drive from Adelaide to Sydney via Melbourne.(8.3-8.5 litres per 100km freeway driving, which is excellent economy) The car performed without any issues and was a pleasure to drive. Last Friday I went out with a few mates. I was fortunate enough to be designated driver and had the pleasure of driving my intoxicated mates home. One of them was a HSV owner who constantly told me how great his car was(which it is) and how much quicker it was than my XR6T(which it ain't. Lol) "Give it a hit, show us what the ex taxi's got. Initially, I did not respond, but, after 15min of my mates verbal abuse, I whacked into 1st, smashed the accelerator pedal, hit , 2nd, 3rd and then slowed down quickly. All, I heard after that was the whistle of the gen 2 and not much else which was music to my ears.lol The power delivery is awesome. I was impressed with the way the boost came on. I was expecting the turbo to be very laggy, however, it's not laggy at all. The transmission tune is brilliant. The gear changes are flawless and crisp. Aaron, put a lot of time and effort into the tune. It is a reflection of his commitment and attitude towards striving a perfect tune for my needs which were easily met. I honestly could not see any other workshop going to the same lengths he did. An example of this is where sourced a set of rear shocks from a colleague to fix a dreaded knock noise. He also answered any questions I had, especially, regarding fuel pumps( I think I rang him 3 times about the walbro). He kept me up to date with any changes and or issues. He knew that I had a lengthy drive back home and wanted to make sure that everything was perfect. He has assisted not only myself but many others on this forum. He is also a top bloke. The next step for me is to get some drag radials and see how the cars goes down the trac. Big numbers are great on a dyno sheet, however, small numbers on a quarter mile slip are best. Lol
  6. 9 points
    Hi guys, back in a new for me. Fg F6, I sold my last fg xr6t mk 11. As I wanted to concentrate a little more on my rx3 project. And drove a diesel navara around for a year as my sorta daily, as I have a company vehicle. But missed the big barra rush. So here is the new kinda daily. Fg F6 bought with a few mods already done,had kings springs and bilsteins fitted,walbro 460,hard pipe kit,xforce stainless 4''dump pipe,xforce cat and an autotech 98 tune.Ive replace the front ssl kings springs for sl kings springs.And started collecting a few bits and pieces so I could get CMS to give the car a decent tune. It came with 318rwkws from autotech at Granville,the tune I thought was average and the zf tune was horrible. So first mod I did was install a large trans cooler with a fan. And take the car off to CMS to service and flush the gearbox for me with liquid moly synthetic fluid and genuine zf filters and gaskets.And bin the stock ford zf cooler.Next I fitted a pw stage 2 cooler which fitted the pipes already fitted to the car, plaz 4'' turbo side airbox and battery relocation kit,3.5'' catback xforce exhaust mated to the 4'' dump and cat,kpm e85 10 micron fuel filter and kpm modified bosch fuel reg,and lastly I fitted some xspurt 1000cc injs and Joe from CMS loaded a tune into my sct device so I could get the car from home to his shop with the 1000cc injs. So next off I dropped the car off to CMS and they fitted new valve springs with new retainers and Joe tuned the car for 98,e85 and the zf tune. Still with the stock f6 turbo,it made 385rwkws on 98 and 410rwks on e85,with the michellin sport cup 2 s spinning a bit on the dyno.Done with a peak on 17/18psi on both fuels. And the zf is now great to drive again. Firm but nice. Future mods would be a built tailshaft,and a more extensive fuel pump setup.And maybe a 66mm billet wheel for the f6 turbo. Once again,a big thanks to the CMS crew. Great work.
  7. 9 points
    Got the Ute finished today. Finished up all the wiring. Both the 044 and the walbro intank now have there own relays triggered from the stock pump wiring (inertia/roll-over switch will shut pumps off still). Going to put a cover over the relays eventually by won't really matter once the hardlid goes on. Gave it a much needed wash. Had 1 minor f*ck up. I was wondering why the Ute wasnt idling and 044 was making bulk noise and stuttering. After much confusion I ended up having the feed/return lines back to front on the chassis rails. So swapped em round and hooked it all back up and it ran perfect. Deleted the stock filter so now it just has the earls one in the tray. Used a male and a female 5/16th hardline adaptor. And most importantly took it for a spin! Been atleast a month since its seen boost. The shocks are much nicer now softened up. The swaybar makes a noticeable different, feels much more positive. Tramp rods work mint. No binding noises. No skids yet but gave it a stab in second and it just lit them up with no tramp what so ever. Beer time[emoji482]
  8. 9 points
    Got through council approval for the patio today [emoji4] Settlement was supposed to be scheduled for the next business day (I.e. tomorrow), but for some reason the sellers bank won't be ready...they're hoping for the 23rd apparently. Great to know it's moving ahead now at least, just a bit of a shame it's not happening tomorrow.
  9. 9 points
    Ok we have ghost cam working! Ghost cam on demand! Super lumpy idle 35 degrees overlap on exhaust cam Car is completely undriveable with that much overlap but it sounds super cool. Currently I can only get the lumpy cam when you have your foot on the throttle, as soon as idle mode kicks in it goes smooth again. So basically have the reverse of a ghost cam, lumpy as hell when trying to drive, smooth at idle. Will need to find the maps that control the idle exhaust cam timing to get a true ghost cam working. Anyway, progress is progress!
  10. 9 points
    Excellent summary @Ralph Wiggum Was an awesome weekend and has just left me wanting more!! I drove the car as I drive it on the street, made a few changes to the tune but that was about it. Some observations from my point of view. My intake temps were getting hot from sitting around for long periods with the engine running and bonnet down. Would see close to 60 at the start of the run, drop to mid 40's and back up to 60 at the end of the run.....so I'll use a spray bar next time and work on keeping the car cool. As Ralphy mentioned....aero. At 250+ I could hear the factory spoiler over the external gate. It was a blur in the rear vision mirror is was flapping around so much!! Some small aero mods will go a long way we think!! When to change gears!! This was a big one for me. I changed into 6th every run...even for the 800m. Having looked at data/times etc etc, I really needed to raise my speed limiter to 6500 rpm and cross in 5th. My best 1000m run had me 9km/hr down on my best 800m. I'm certain it has a 265 in it as is. Next year will see more rpm and maybe a slightly taller tyre so I'm crossing in 5th still. Lastly the stock spaghetti rod BA bottom end and stock oil pump gears still held together. Was seeing upto 20.5psi on a 67mm compressor!! How long will this thing last!! Thanks everyone, was such a fun weekend!!
  11. 8 points
    Well brought this baby today. Ford Ranger FX4
  12. 8 points
  13. 8 points
    Got the ute back just before Christmas. Sounds great, drives pretty well, but due to the ute having other issues it didn't get a power tune done. Had an accelerator issue causing it to cut power at approx 75% throttle and throw an etc code. Got it sorted now ready for a proper tune towards the end of January. Joe got a decent video of it idling on the dyno before I picked it up. https://www.facebook.com/cmssydney/videos/1772952946056592/ Its not really noticeable in the video but the ute has got a fair bit of shake going on from the cams, certainly turns a few heads at the traffic lights. Took it for a few runs through Mac pass and Jamberoo mountain road whilst I was down south for the break. Its definitely best handling falcon I've been in that for sure, doesn't have an issue with under or over steer with the tyres on it and the heavier coils in it work really well.
  14. 8 points
    Millennium Fairmont is gone. Replacing it is the Paw Patrol (as my eldest son calls it) Zd30 patrol. 05 St-L Has had all the NADS mods done Including a rapid chip tuned by United Fuel Injection. 3" lift with drop boxes, superior engineering panhards and steering links and Fox shocks. It's a 7 seater but had custom rear drawers installed and a pretty banging stereo. Also has a full suite of Gauges to keep an eye on things.
  15. 8 points
    Just picked up our brand new MY18 Landcruiser Prado, pretty happy with it indeed Got the Genuine HD tow bar, floor mats and scratch protectors for door grab handles and YY plates and a full tank of diesel ( 170ltr twin tank )
  16. 8 points
    Still havevto make a console for the shifter Sent from my SM-G920I using Tapatalk
  17. 8 points
    Let the high mount setup begin [emoji41][emoji106] I'm dyslexic and cannot turn off simple functions in tapatalk
  18. 8 points
  19. 8 points
    Bit of assembly for the GC Car Show this Sunday
  20. 8 points
  21. 8 points
    Hi all Thought it was time to post some feedback on my awesome white ute after having Jeturbo beef it up with a new upgraded tail shaft, Circle D converter, flex plate, 4" race intake with battery relocation kit & tune to suit it all. Well I was absolutely stoked with the 1st round of mods which delivered 437rwkw but now with the above 2nd round of upgrades its a total game changer that has taken my ute to a whole new level of performance. So its around the 500rwkw mark now & the power delivery with the beefed up parts is amazing. My ute is just such a nice vehicle to drive. Not bad for a commercial vehicle hey! I believe any performance car with an automatic should have a stall converter & the Circle D doesn't disappoint with the way it helps deliver all that power & yet its so streetable. I spoke highly of Aaron's ability last time & once again he has delivered. Due to Aaron having a working career & only doing this as a hobby, he can only work on so few cars, so I feel privileged he was willing to transform my ute into what it is today. Anyone able to get work done on their XR6T should feel the same & my ute wont be taken to any workshop here in Adelaide. Kudos to you you mate Cheers
  22. 8 points
    hey Jet- don't you know you need to do all the hard work for guys that can't be bothered doing it for themselves? selfish bastard. or are you more interested in spending your time on your young new family. pr1ck. or your career outside of cars. wanker. or your wife. loser.
  23. 8 points
    Thought I would share some photos of the new look. Just added new wheels, brakes and suspension
  24. 8 points
    Thought I would make a thread of what I have done to my FGX so far I took a different path to alot of other people some people like it others hate it. Enjoy MOD LIST Jonny tig 1800 cooler Process west Surge with a single walbo 460 pump Plazmaman intake and battery relocation Value Springs Head studs Oil Pump Gears Cams done by Pakenham Engines Highflow turbo X-Force quad system Turbo smart external gate Tuned BY GM-F 432.3rwkw did make more we back it off to keep the Auto happy Dyno run vid Cam Vid
  25. 8 points
    Onwards and upwards with @pro_xw98's build the FG turbo head has had the work already completed and there's some before and after pictures to have a look at the Engine is out and ready to be pulled down now this build is having a bloody big turbo bolted to it so it's had some additional "spot facing" of the head bolt tunnels to have that dialled in square flat surface for the Atomic OS 28mm head bolt washers a keen eye will see what this is in the head normally a cylinder head might already have low "Whitness" marks where a head bolt has impacted the tunnel face but this donor head did require some additional work from the last FG head I had reconditioned on that last build but this is mass production tolerances coming into play with some areas of builds. All parts have been "Cold" tanked not the typical Hot tanking some workshops will do on engine parts Before .... after.... Before.... after....
  26. 8 points
    Just a wee bit of poke....... Fronts will be right once rolled and camber is sorted. The rear rims sit flush with the guard but the pirrellis are pretty wide and I don't want to have the stretched look. I'll probably sort a b series axle to fix that, cant see the guards pumping out that much.
  27. 8 points
    Ok so had the chance to lean on the new Garrett G2 GTX82 with that ex chaser that was in two weeks ago as it now has a built tailshaft so she's ok to take that initial hard hitting ramp in of boost without wondering if she's going to go all "Twister" on me and split the car in half haha so a big gain and came in a few under the "Dyno Queen" soft ramp tune last time but a respectable 498rwkw @ 21.5 PSI flat and the turbo is coming on as hard and fast as it possibly could The graph says it all .... ( again please excuse the chitty phone pictures )
  28. 8 points
  29. 8 points
    So I own a house now... So.many.negative.numbers....
  30. 7 points
    Seems OT based on last page of posts but picked up my new rims this arvo... Work Emotion Kiwami 19x9.5 +25 F, 19x10.5 +22 R
  31. 7 points
    So bit bored decided I could write a thread on the build of my POS I bought this car in 2012 when I was 16 as my first car and its just got out of control since haha. I'll do a list of current specs plus pevious build specs. and probably copy most of the build from other forums.. Current pb is a [email protected] manual Specs 1996 Ef Xr6 Motor -Stock ef bottom end with ~300000km no rod bolts or new ring/bearing I popped one cap off to check bearings then put it back on because the motor had a blocked pickup and took 30secs to build oil pressure in the car I pulled it from haha -AU falcon head ported by me with pep-pro stainless valves seats all re cut by my mate at his machine shop. -Stock Au mls gasket with arp studs holding it down -Surecam custom hydraulic cam used the closest master profile he had to the specs I was looking for..basically about [email protected] 540"lift its pretty angry for a baby cam... -Crow valve springs with stock Au rockers and lifters Intake and fuel system -Tunnel vision intake manifold -Fg fly by wire throttle body -2200cc injectors -Fuel cell in the boot, 100 micron filter>1400hp holley dominator pump>10 micron filter> AN8 feed to and from rail> proflow fuel reg. Exhaust and turbo -Turbo manifold I built at home. steam pipe 6 into 1 collector divided into the t4 flange 40m pipe off each side of the collector merged into a 60mm gate -Turbosmart 60mm power gate (14psi spring) -2.5" screamer vented behind the front tire -Garret gt3788r .89 rear housing -4" dump straight off the turbo into the 4" exhaust with one big muffler before the diff. Engine management -Link G4+ Extreme ecu running sequential ign/inj. -Racepak iq3 dash -6x ls1 coils mounted on a bracket off the intake manifold bolts -Fuel/oil/coolant pressure sensors all fed to the ecu -Fuel/oil/coolant/air temp sensors all fed to the ecu -Ethrolle controled by the G4 with a BA pedal in the car and FG throttle body. -Boost controlled by the G4 with a 4 port solenoid -Launch control/2step with a switch, speed and time control so it doesnt come on when shifting gears. Gearbox and diff -T56 converted from a ba turbo -Direct ceramic solid centre twin plate. (3100lb of clamp now) -Final drive built 3.5" chro moly tailshaft with strange billet yoke, 1350 series unis front and back. -ATM it has 3.45 borgwarner diff with a spool standard 28 spline axles. Getting a 9" built atm with 35spline axles 3.7 gears strange nodular iron carrier with a full spool. that's about it really the whole car is built by me from fab work,engine building to tuning so stuff only gets done when I can be I <3 Bananased doing it.. Will start with this and add some more in another post.
  32. 7 points
  33. 7 points
    Wow its finally in and started first time this afternoon. Been a while between posts but here is some happy snaps along the way.
  34. 7 points
    Well Its arrived and is a work of art, And the antisurge ports look significantly bigger than my current turbo. Boost control is something I am worried about, But we will see once we put it on the dyno
  35. 7 points
    So small update, .7 Comp Cover is on, New IC Piping that doesn't leak and a non warped manifold Retuned on Eflex Fairly happy with that result Now makes 100 more kw than 98 Can't wait to take it back to the track
  36. 7 points
    Just arrived. Have got the later version on it's way too
  37. 7 points
    So I met Aaron about 2 years ago when did the brakes on my car. I was having issues even back then with car stalling and running like dog sh*t. Aaron offered to fix her up and was confident he could sort out the old girl. I was hesitant as I preferred SCT and ability to change tunes. (Even though I always ran on hi boost). I was taking the car to one bigger name tuners at the time and thought I'd just get them to sort it out. After about 5-6 visits I got over it and cbf anymore so just put up with running like sh*t. I ended buying a kluger and car sat in shed. So fast forward a year I thought I <3 Bananas it I'll give Aaron a crack at as he was confident he would sort her out. I've had the car now for a few days. Car so well behaved now. No idle issues and no stalling. Drives like a stock car until you put your footdown. Absolute beast when boost comes on pulls like train. We do have one issue which Aaron will sort out for me soon.(not Aarons fault). I wish I had but the bullet earlier got Arron to fix it. Car had 354kw at one stage from previous tuner at 18psi. We now make 355kw with 15.5. I can tell you this the 355kw it makes now is sh*t loads faster and smoother. So I think previous tuner must had a happy Dyno. All in all Aaron is champ and explains everything. Work is nothing but top notch and personalised service is nothing what the big shops can offer. Now we need a tailshaft and fix the little issue happy days! Few pics after the outside detail.
  38. 7 points
    So turns out I can tune a 44 MAGNUM Dirty Harry spec when the need arises hahaha wifey @Frederick took me out for my birthday today and after knocking a few balls down at the driving range it was time to put x4 Hand guns through their paces at the city shooting range. Had a blast (pun) working the 9mm semi automatic Glock, 45mm semi automatic Glock, 357 Magnum and 44 Magnum Good times I tell ya
  39. 7 points
    Brother in law breaking in the new pizza oven, pizza and pork roast going in. then some Jonny Walker blue label
  40. 7 points
    should we send one to arronm for metallurgy analysis?
  41. 7 points
    First time in a long time that I've had a chance to give it a wash. The car gets a lot of looks since this IC went in, not necessarily what I was after but it's definitely cool as hell. For anyone considering the same IC/piping kit, the standard intake won't fit at all and the Herrod intake hits the top radiator mount (as it gets shifted back to fit the IC) and will need to be modified slightly to fit correctly. Still loving this power, I've switched tunes a few times but the 335kw track tune is definitely my favorite. Has the best throttle response and torque delivery. IMS diff had is going well too, I used OE side bushes so there is no increase in NVH.
  42. 7 points
  43. 7 points
    I'm confused at what your concern is.... Gabbo answered your question adequately with regard to your tailshaft question. With regard to those specific halfshafts, they are only as good (in terms of power handling) as standard ones, but are cheaper than from ford, so they're a good replacement option if you don't want to spend thousands on billet ones. This information about these halfshafts is repeated throughout the forum if you'd been active enough during those supposed 13 years of membership, you'd have realised that a cursory search: http://www.fordxr6turbo.com/forum/search/?&q=repco shaft
  44. 7 points
    Took my boys to a local trade expo today #1 Son's sitting in a John Deere side by side ATV thingo. Salesman asks him if he likes it...Stu asks the sales guy if it has a turbo. The sales guys say "no" Stu... "it needs more horsepower, it needs a turbo" He's 4yrs old. #prouddad
  45. 7 points
    Had an awesome day at NSW Time Attack over the weekend at Wakefield. Condition were perfect. Goal was a 1.09 on street rubber (200 Treadwear RS3) and ended up with a high 1.08 which was totally unexpected. So much fun sliding the car progressively on a predictable, forgiving tyre. Had 275 on the back (285 front) and need 295 all round to be quicker next year! Will be fitting some 18 X 10.5 +15 rims all round later this year. (Flared at the back) Pics soon.
  46. 7 points
    Huge thanks to Luke, Jet and those that have helped to get a turbo sorted. Turns out, the future 'toilet roll holder' that I've been using for mock-up, is getting a rebirth as the turbine hadn't munched the housing. ProCharge Turbochargers in Vic have got the nod. All the 66mm lovers will be disappointed but it's going to be GTX3582R spec. They're Garrett agents so it's getting a genuine .07 anti-surge cover; billet wheel of course, ceramic bearings and basically the gen2 spec cage etc shoved into the donor CHRA. Price is very competitive with no China spec. I didn't want to push the BF2 phoon donk too hard and Ben Smith (Gold XW barra ute) has run 10.40's at 142mph with a GTX3582R and near identical combo as I'll be running with about 400rwkw on tap. Plenty quick enough for me in the old bus. Not running this one but check it out. 69mm wheel - custom turbine. 1000hp in a 35 frame.
  47. 7 points
    It's arrived, yep the next major build but this is a front to back overhaul so prepare for some very interesting updates on this one hey @pro_xw98 lol You will all probably remember this car as it was the one that's been in a few times over the years and each time it's being stepped up and this time Alex is going a massive leap up ! last time it had the Precision 6870 and cranked out 460 odd RWKW and smacked 1500NM off the rollers and just tore up the rears in top gear everywhere. Now it's on like Donkey Kong with a full strip down of the Engine,C4 Trans and full new Rear end ...specifics start here Engine out and stripped ( previously built ) Everything checked and measured anything in serviceable condition will be re used and anything not gets the bin A Full ( My spec ) FG head is going on with FG cams etc etc OS Atomic Head stud washers ARP 2000's All of his Atomic accessories will be cleaned and checked and back in with the same for the rotating bottom end assembly Whats new is the CRG lowmount Manifold , will be 1000*+ Ceramic coated with Turbo rear housing Precision 7675 turbo with a .96 rear full Vband arrangement Fully Rebuilt C4 ( packed with the best bits ) with a new AK 2800 custom converter Harrop TruTrack, IMS Diff hat, New Diff gears 3.06 New Twin feed rail, Ngauge,Herrod Voltage booster and an array of accessories to go with it all.Keen as to kick it off and things are all ready on track so here's some pictures
  48. 7 points
    Keep the daily, daily spec. Spend wheel money on fixing f6
  49. 7 points
  50. 7 points
    New higher spring rate shockworks coils arrived so I got the rear end of the ute lowered. Getting pretty good at it after adjusting it a thousand times. Fronts end will happen tomorrow arvo. Shockworks coils look the goods on the QA1 prima stars.
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