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  1. I highly recommend the guys at Autotech, they've been looking after my car for years. Spiro is a true Gentleman with a high passion for all types of performance cars.
  2. Going off what I saw with this turbo on a 2.5L WRX I was expecting good results but those numbers on relatively low boost is awesome. When my Precision needs replacing I might try one. May even try the 1050, God help my stock motor...lol
  3. Opened his own shop called HOON Tune, has since merged with Aaron from Precision Automotive Racing and they are now called Precision Racing https://precisionracing.com.au/
  4. Coming along nicely, well done and sorry for your loss
  5. If you only want 370 then I would choose a GTX3576R over the 82R. Will almost spool as good as the stock turbo and easily get you the power you are chasing
  6. 20psi is way too much boost for 350kw.
  7. Agreed, when I went to the PTE 6235 I found it pretty quiet, turned out to be a fantastic turbo for its size.
  8. I don't think it fits, completely different turbo. Will probably need a custom exhaust manifold aswell
  9. Fuel and maintenance are included as it is a novated lease. It works for me as I use the maintenance and fuel for both my cars I lose roughly $250 per week out of my pay (part pre-tax, part post tax), take into account the $120 per week it would cost me to fuel both cars, Rego and insurance for the BMW plus included maintenance and the BMW is costing me $50 per week give or take So over the 5 year period the BMW is costing me 13K plus a residual of around 14K which works out to around 27K Don't forget this is just a bonus, I lease a car purely to
  10. Not really, Currently I have a 2014 BMW 328i leased through work (Wife's daily) for tax purposes. That cost me 64K, ex-demo The M2's I am looking at are 2017-18 models, they seem to be around the 65K mark So really nothing changes for me, just means I drive an M2 daily instead of my XR6T which is 12 years old now. If anything it will be cheaper to run the M2 and it will only consume about half the fuel the taxi does
  11. Might wire it up so when the key is at the off position that fuse gets no power Hopefully that should do it. Don't really want to swap ICC's as the car will likely become a weekender by early next year. Looking at getting a smaller daily, maybe an M2
  12. Would it need pairing? Pretty sure that if you keep your existing BEM then nothing needs to be paired
  13. Hey Bud, You wouldn't happen to know which part of the icc needs replacing? I'm facing the same issue and CBF pulling the fuse out all the time. Due to COVID the car is sitting at home more than normal so probably a good time to remove the ICC and replace what ever needs replacing Cheers
  14. Another option is: https://products.liqui-moly.com/oils/top-tec-atf-1800-1.html
  15. I'm also curious. Autotech recently tuned a Subaru that made 450rwks with a GTX3584RS, customer wasn't happy with the slow spool (Circuit car), so they tried a G35 (900 I think) It made just under the 446rwkws but came on a hell of a lot earlier. Customer was very happy. I'd love to see a G35-900 on a falcon
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