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FG F6 Mii 432rwkws 1080Nm's

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Sold the Ute then got a St Focus, Great Little Car ! and in between found this FG F6 Mii.

Got it tuned by Dave (CPV Tuning) made 432Rwks and 1080Nm's on E85. 400 on Pump

Valve float when turning it up to 455.

Stock motor

mods:

Factory Turbo with porting + 12 psi Turbosmart actuator

Plazmaman intake, cooler, fuel system + rail 

tog 4in zorst

1000cc bosh injectors

Battery relocation

Built Tail shaft

Going to do coilovers and replace the NT05's on the rear with R888's and hopefully leave it alone.

If the ZF fails will get the springs done too and turn it back up to around 460

Love the factory turbo compared to the GTX42 that was on the Ute.

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5 hours ago, blow off said:

 

Ha-Ha thanks for the comments..

The wheels are Work Rims 19x8.5 Fronts with a 30mm Spacer and Rears 10" offset 35

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Will get them done when board for what it has now.. have to get a better fuel pump too, only running a 044 with Plazmaman Surge. After this the ZF will need some attention...  

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Rear guards pumped 25mm and a re-spray

Aodhan DS01 rims in 18" 9.5+15 and 10.5+22 wrapped in 245/40 and 275/35 Toyo R888's

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wheels are personal choice so I won't comment on them but man that looks so mean with the rear guard pumped.

 

looks like how it should have come from factory.

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Soooo...you went to the effort of pumping your guards, only to run stretched tyre widths that you could easily have run on stock guards? Riiiiiiight...

 

Space your control blade and you'd be able to fit some 315 or 335's under the rear with the right offset!

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Get 1 in every crowd...

R888's are a massive tyre, 275 are equivalent to 295's in other makes. Do they look like they are stretched.. NO. They sit flush with the rims.

With the offset the rears poked 24mm prior to guard rolling and now sit 1mm to flush.

How these things squat under load any larger tyre will hit the in guards.. Riiiiight. 

Achieved what was desired, get it to hook up and look tuff.

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You can still see a little stretch going on, not sure what size those tyres come in but 305s back there would be mint!

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that's what I said on his other post, but those 275s look pretty close to flush, R888 285 is what im going with after blow off highly recommend the grip levels of the 275s. 

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Those rears aren't stretched. They look bang on. Looks way too functional. 

I prefer a bit of stretch but. 

 

 

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It's definitely not over the top 

 

I suppose I'm a big fan of the widest rear tyres you can possibly fit

 

nice choice regardless op 

 

I think I really just hate the stance crowd, function over form please

 

how do the r888s hook up mate?

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Those stance guys go too far. I'm talking late 90's early 2000 drifters stance. 

Stop talking sense Matty. 

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22 minutes ago, MattyP said:

It's definitely not over the top 

 

I suppose I'm a big fan of the widest rear tyres you can possibly fit

 

nice choice regardless op 

 

I think I really just hate the stance crowd, function over form please

 

how do the r888s hook up mate?

Tried just about every quality tyre on my Ute (600kws). R888's are by far best, don't waste your money on anything else. Had 315 on it with a 10" rim.

R888's even work great when cold and just get better when warm.

Best I ever got was 12000km out of a set with most the time on full boost.

If you nail the F6 in first (ZF) it will slightly let go, any other gears all good. No Spinning. 430rwks & over 1000NM

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Nice car!

 

Agree about the R888s, I am using 265/30/19. Awesome grip, way better than the Michelin Pilot Super Sport I had before - they barely lasted 20000km. The R888 can be noisy though.

I hear there is a new version out or coming soon.

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Agree they are noisy but it's always a compromise for the level of grip. To be honest will not put them on the fronts again that's were most of the noise is coming from.

Have sound insulated the entire boot to rear seats which made a huge difference.

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The revised version (R888R) are a little hard to get atm, more availability in months to come. Review states improved mid-corner grip.

http://toyotires.com.au/tyres/motorsport-tyres/item/1250-proxes-r888r

Agree the larger the tyres footprint the better, the next size up will not work, will foal on the inner guards when she squats under load.  

 

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16 hours ago, BAXRTUTE said:

that's what I said on his other post, but those 275s look pretty close to flush, R888 285 is what im going with after blow off highly recommend the grip levels of the 275s. 

 

285/35/20 is going to rub like a bitch on B series. 

 

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haha I remember when I rung previous owner and he recommended I fit R888's.

 

he also said 'everytime I took it out I broke something'

 

you still run nitto invos don't ya arron?

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