Type: Posts; User: Ryan E.
What color is your car? I have only heard of red peeling.
Will be interesting to see how the hp/tq curves look with short length runners.
Looks good, would look good painted too.
Congrats on your progress, 60ft looks great, 1.8 could get you a couple more tenths of a second easily.
Curious about your tire pressure experience, I always figured having closer to OEM pressure...
Congrats, much deserved. That BFI shifter looks great.
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Congrats, did you sell the Volvo?
I'd recommend balancing the bottom end since you have gone through this much effort already or another option is to slap on a fluidampr which is essentially externally balancing.
That's the one, it will leave your leather looking brand new again with a nice matte finish. I recommend applying to a moist waffle weave or microfiber towel and not spraying directly on the surface....
Washed and detailed interior, Adam's leather cleaner does wonders to pull all the shiny oil from the seats and steering wheel.
Still need to find time to install my USP downpipes I got on Cyber...
any udpates on the aluminum version?
I'm using powerflex 80a at the moment with great success. I think I could benefit from the race series on track, especially since I use 245 Pirelli slicks, they put a lot of stress on these bushings....
Recipe looks good on fuel!
I bet the 95 duro isn't bad, I have the powerflex 80 duro up front. I think I might try the ones you got next. I chunked the whiteline alk (70 duro) in 3 track days.
It's not that bad accessing.
Yeah, those are a pain the first time you break them loose.
Yeah, that will do the trick, at first the car will just feel like it revs a little easier and it gets better and better.
a little birdie told me a 50% mixture is plenty to not pull any timing, so I usually do 91/100 mix. If it's a really hot day it might help a little more than 100, if the cost is a lot extra I would...
No doubt you can feel a diff with some 100 octane, feels like a bit more torque and revs a bit better. Good luck, the weather is getting good for drag racing out here in California.
The cams really wake things up adding power throughout the rpm.