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fatlapit

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Cheers bud

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Posted 29th Mar 2015 at 00:04
cj-gti6

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Post #427
Is yours completely finished now Chris?

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Posted 30th May 2015 at 01:30
Day666

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Post #428
Looks amazing Chris & a bloody credit to you ....keep the pictures coming m8 Thumbs up
Posted 30th May 2015 at 08:33
craig903

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Post #429
Falapit where your ansu injectors the same size as '6 ones? I ordered some, specified the application but there around 10mm to short so my rail needs lowering.

Edit:

I've found some injector extenders good for the job which are made for asnu injectors.

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Posted 2nd Jun 2015 at 18:01
welshpug!

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Post #430
could always lower the fuel rail, would be easier and much cheaper, 4 less joints for possible leaks.

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Posted 2nd Jun 2015 at 18:17
fatlapit

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Post #431
Hello i had to give jenvey my inlet and asnu's.

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Posted 12th Sep 2015 at 08:49
fatlapit

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Post #432
Cj..... only thing left is the gearbox n thats it i should do an update this afternoon.

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Posted 12th Sep 2015 at 08:50
rec bri

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Post #433
Just seen this on YouTube

https://youtu.be/6pMJOLEjDIc

Just liked the look of the bonnet, any pics ?
Posted 20th Oct 2015 at 04:10
99rallye

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Post #434
Great shots of the engine bay. Did you need to do much to get the brides in?
Posted 20th Oct 2015 at 06:28
shabusta

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Post #435
Very nice build!!!

What size are the Oz Racing Wheels?, i'm tossing up between those and the 10 spoke ones.
Posted 20th Oct 2015 at 06:34
fatlapit

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Post #436
Hello the brides were easy to put in just had to weld in a couple of bars.

The oz wheels are 17 x 7 leggendas

I do have loads of pictures but cba to put them on here as its a massive f**k about.

I am on face book as chris lapit if you would like to add me

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Posted 20th Oct 2015 at 08:34
fatlapit

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Post #437
so after the winter has passed the car has been "decluttered), the brides were sold, new sparco pro adv fitted. new pro alloy inter cooler, a load of carbon fibre bits including door cards allround and carbon foot wells. Doors have been converted to manual window winders and mirrors, door bars have been fitted.

Fuel pressure reg has been moved and fuel pressure is now at 5bar base to try and eliminate the erratic idel, so with that and the inter cooler its back to the dyno. Hopefully she will make similar power for less boost.

Trying out a new gearbox also so we shall see how that goes. the r888 have been swapped for the Khumo V70 K11 tyre and in my opinion are awesome, a massive improvement over the 888s and less cost too.

The brakes now run front coolers, still undecided what to do on the rears so gonna go for some grooved discs and bin the wavy discs but still run the ds2500.

If anyone from here is going to curbrough for the sprint on the 28th March I shall see you there.


Products I would recommend from 2015:

Khumo v70 k11 (Mel Williams tyres)
Carbontec Poland ( Gregorz)
RC performance from Romania for the bonnet (Robert)

Hopefully see some of you at FCs and some at a track day.

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Posted 13th Jan 2016 at 16:39
eddy_gti6

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Post #438
No pictures? Sad

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Posted 13th Jan 2016 at 17:47
rallyeash

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Post #439
How have you tested the Khumo against the R888? On track?

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Posted 13th Jan 2016 at 18:39
fatlapit

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Post #440
Yeah man at croft. They hang on to the bitter end and there is a gradual tap on the wrist when on the limit. I feel so much more comfortable in the corners too with these.

But as with anything tyres are a matter of opinion.

Eddy cba with pics its a pita on here.

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Posted 13th Jan 2016 at 18:59
Day666

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Post #441
rallyeash wrote:
How have you tested the Khumo against the R888? On track?


I did also at PugFest last time Supersofts in 17s & they gripped like Hell ...half worn after one days hard use though Crazy
Posted 13th Jan 2016 at 20:17
fatlapit

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Post #442
At fcs last year i killed my 888s then at croft in summer 2015 another set of 888s went to the wires

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Posted 13th Jan 2016 at 19:37
Day666

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Post #443
You won't beat Dunlop DZ03G Direzza I believe Thumbs up

I personally wouldn't want to use the Kumhos for continued track laps ...well not the Supersofts anyway LOL
Posted 13th Jan 2016 at 20:23
fatlapit

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Post #444
They are the only tyres ive not tried. But tbh ive moved to slicks now. Cheaper than any trackday tyre.

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Posted 13th Jan 2016 at 20:47
fatlapit

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Post #445
Im gonna use the khumo for wets. Road and non slick track days

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Posted 13th Jan 2016 at 20:48
fatlapit

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Post #446
Day666 wrote:
You won't beat Dunlop DZ03G Direzza I believe Thumbs up

I personally wouldn't want to use the Kumhos for continued track laps ...well not the Supersofts anyway LOL



They dont make them in my size. I know hill climbers that have moved away from the dunlops to the khumo.

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Posted 13th Jan 2016 at 20:52
99rallye

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Post #447
Whats Carbontec and RC Performance? What products do they make?
Posted 13th Jan 2016 at 21:48
fatlapit

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Post #448
Carbontec made carbon fibre door cards and the rear blanks plus the carbon footwells.

Robert made my bonnet. Its fibre glass with vents. I imported another also but it sold straight away.

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Posted 13th Jan 2016 at 21:51
demondriverdan

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Post #449
Got a link for the door cards?

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Posted 13th Jan 2016 at 22:09
fatlapit

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Post #450
Ill tag u on fb dan

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