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Old 10-08-2019, 06:32   #1
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Old 10-08-2019, 13:43   #2
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Seen this the other day but also can mind the guy done his to his 7 seems to be very high on psi iam sure itís on a std gearbox aswell


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Old 10-08-2019, 15:58   #3
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Yea seem like 1000-3000bhp is the norm in the US now.
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Old 13-08-2019, 13:17   #4
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Awaits for spartan to come along and say his buddies cars are faster.
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Seen this the other day but also can mind the guy done his to his 7 seems to be very high on psi iam sure itís on a std gearbox aswell


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Said itís got a 4 speed ppg dog box
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Yeah, but what's it like as a daily???

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Yeah, but what's it like as a daily???

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Terrible. No air con or leccy windows
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Said itís got a 4 speed ppg dog box


Your right my mistake lol nice numbers but caint see it being a good daily as iam sure that was the purpose of the build


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Old 14-08-2019, 19:32   #9
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??? Which 7 are you guys on about?
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??? Which 7 are you guys on about?


The guy how build the 6 -above has a 7 of his own that he built nearly with the same spec buddy


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Oh! Ok Have you got any links to it tho?

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Stock cam pulleys though...
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Stock cam pulleys though...


yes I noticed thought if your putting on all that aftermarket stuff you would treat yourself to a new set of hks or something similar abit strange


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Stock cam pulleys though...
But if the cams are billet and are ground so they time up perfectly does it matter? Its one less thing to potentially cause an issue, especially when on the two step if its going to be a drag based car.
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But if the cams are billet and are ground so they time up perfectly does it matter? Its one less thing to potentially cause an issue, especially when on the two step if its going to be a drag based car.
The numbers speak for themselves. Sounds like a sensible build, don't waste money of shiny bits if not needed.

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