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    I would fuck the 044's off anyway, Mine didnt last long on E85 at all. And then go "in surge tank" E85 Walbros.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LostInTheWoods View Post
    I would fuck the 044's off anyway, Mine didnt last long on E85 at all. And then go "in surge tank" E85 Walbros.
    +1
    I run a surge tank under car with submerged Walbro 465 E85 pump. Is basically quiet like factory.

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    Might be easy to go PWM control or stage the pumps to reduce noise depending on how its currently wired

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    Also looking for some seating suggestions. Currently the bride brix II with the current unknown bride rail make my legs sit right on the momo steering wheel.

    I'm going to pull out the seat today to see what rail it is, has anyone else had a similar problem? Im happy to change rail/find another reclinable seat.

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    Got it retuned with higher boost on 98 and went to the drags for the first time.

    This was my best on my second run. 12.25 Although the rears are 10" the china tyres weren't great on 25psi.


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    Nice. Keen to see the 25psi dyno graph

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    good effort!

    i went a few weeks back and had issues getting off the line, couldn't get any better than a 2.0 60'. Ran 12.2s all night with a best of 12.18 @122mph

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    Great effort, Better tyres should see 11s!
    Great car. We need more photos and vids mate.


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    Everyone is entitled to an opinion, it just so happens yours is wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1aaron View Post
    Nice. Keen to see the 25psi dyno graph
    You asked.

    This is e85.



    Itís quite the handful on road tyres. Canít fit R comps on my 10Ē tears.

    Any wheel suggestions welcome.

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    Get a S14/15 subframe if you want traction, also it appears that R888R are the hotness for high powered RWD cars at the moment

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonR32 View Post
    Get a S14/15 subframe if you want traction, also it appears that R888R are the hotness for high powered RWD cars at the moment
    32gtr subframe no good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by siamak View Post
    32gtr subframe no good?
    Nope, has the higher front LCA mounting point

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    and/ or change the front mounting point for the LCA to flatten it out (dont know if this would be legal on road car ??)

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    Quote Originally Posted by S13 View Post
    and/ or change the front mounting point for the LCA to flatten it out (dont know if this would be legal on road car ??)
    Yeah I really need to do this in the GTR but lazy

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    Andrew is welding a new bracket to modify the rear subframe so should help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by siamak View Post
    Andrew is welding a new bracket to modify the rear subframe so should help.
    Tell Andrew to stick 2 bar down its throat whilst you're at it.
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    Some updates:

    Yaris coils from Goleby's shat themselves so upgraded to the full R35GTR PRP kit. Going for a re-tune as now producing more reliable spark.

    New Enkei RPF-1 with Federal 595RSRR 265/35R18 on the rear's.

    Respray with a full type x rear on the car.

    Photos coming shortly...

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    Jeezus on a Tricycle
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    Quote Originally Posted by siamak View Post
    Some updates:

    Yaris coils from Goleby's shat themselves so upgraded to the full R35GTR PRP kit. Going for a re-tune as now producing more reliable spark.

    New Enkei RPF-1 with Federal 595RSRR 265/35R18 on the rear's.

    Respray with a full type x rear on the car.

    Photos coming shortly...
    The old Golebys 'Genuine' Yaris cop's. Myself and mates have been caught out by that one too..

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    Made something over 600hp, roller dyno and semi slicks = shredded tyres despite 2 people on the boot.

    Looking forward to another attempt at the drags now.

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    love the new wheels!!!

    Think i may have asked you this already, but the rear guards rolled or is it a custom new metal job?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Byah! View Post
    love the new wheels!!!

    Think i may have asked you this already, but the rear guards rolled or is it a custom new metal job?

    That's gotta be a Roll and flare the only way to really do it...

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    Thanks for the positive feedback guys.

    Could be convinced to sell this car for the correct ridiculous offer... PM me if interested.

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    great work and build its got the goods for a quick time,
    keep it going, with even more boost..
    love the scream of a 4 cylinder screaming its headoff!!

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    So tempting to do a VET...
    Anyone here reliably done it and can walk me through it?

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