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  1. Wheels That Fit Brembo Brakes https://r.tapatalk.com/shareLink/topic?share_fid=5055&share_tid=11310061&url=https%3A%2F%2Ffordforums%2Ecom%2Eau%2Fshowthread%2Ephp%3Ft%3D11310061&share_type=t&link_source=app Its huge but always just search for any wheels your considering in case someone has test fit one or worked out theyll clear.
  2. Dont we have a thread listing which ones clear? Or is that aff? Definitely gotta make sure as it could get expensive when they dont fit
  3. 6 pots are a bigger pad and better heat dissipation with it being spread out more over the rotor. Theres also better clamping force from the extra pistons. If u track or want to seriously track your car 6 pots, otherwise on the street you probably wont notice the difference much beyond the look lol Buy what you can afford ultimately.
  4. Theres a G35-1050 comparison on an F6 on youtube now too
  5. Lol I used to drive around on half and it was pretty good then after a few track days where I was progressively turning the dampening more and more hard I ran it fairly hard for a couple of years. I wasnt noticing a huge difference in the settings but actually I was fooling myself because it was subtle at each increment but eventually it was getting too hard for me on the street so now its full hard on the track and full soft on the street. I got over the bone rattling everyday. I could probably tweak it a little and find a better balance but I find it funny going over bumps snoop dogging with
  6. Yep I go full hard for the track, one or two softer rear and then full soft on the street, ran harder on the street for years but now I leave racecar handling for racetrack lol. Love my teins but cant get them anymore so shockworks def the way to go now.
  7. Good quality coilovers are one of the best mods hands down. First major mod I did too, transforms the car instantly. Bye bye boat hello racecar
  8. [emoji108] But isnt it the sexy ladies keeping u straight? [emoji1787]
  9. 2.3 kg in an fg over stock. Sounds small but that's a large percentage of unsprung weight saving for more fasts!
  10. Ive got a cf shaft as well and am up for a diff rebuild and eyeing off the wavetrac over a truetrac, my xr6t sees the track and im not keen on the truetracs lack of drivability. What outter diff bushes do u have? They the cat600? I have nolathyne but have been told the superpros are better and my nolathaynes have failed after a couple of years and track work. And its all noisy and clunky af atm.
  11. Far out that's awesome, pretty low boost too im on 21psi gtx 3576 gen 1 making 409rwkw on e85. This is the exact same size turbo so that's pretty damn awesome. Wonder what engine work would let your tuna lean on it more? How come TUF6 only got 500 with a built motor I wonder. Cant wait for raphs, vids and pics!!
  12. that's impossible if u want to track or have any spirited driving. So long as u replace the fluid often enough its fine. Even the article explains the service interval at different operating temperatures, I dont think anyone tracking their car should be under any illusions that u have to service stuff way more frequently... “At 90 degrees C., for instance, fluid life is reduced to 80,000 km. At 110 degrees, which is commonly encountered in many transmissions, the fluid is only good for about 60 000km. At 120 degrees C., the fluid won’t go much over 15,000 km. Add another 20 degrees, and lif
  13. You can set alarms in torque as well if u get too in the zone but I just have them mega sized and give them the occasional glance on the straights.
  14. Yep pretty boring and just bang, no limiter bashing nothing I hadnt done before with that exact shift at that speed. Ill never know what caused it, could have been anything from metallurgical failure to the zf tune but I was pretty unlucky at my power level and application. More of my tail of woe was documented over here How to remove zf 6 speed https://r.tapatalk.com/shareLink/topic?share_fid=91659&share_tid=94738&share_pid=1686712&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Efordxr6turbo%2Ecom%2Fforum%2Findex%2Ephp%3F%2Ftopic%2F94738-How-to-remove-zf-6-speed%2Fpage__view__findpost__p__1686712&
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