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Old 13-11-2014, 20:30   #1
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Can I sprint a convertible? (My new car)

Sold my 390bhp Evo 5 and bought this for a bit of fun
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Old 13-11-2014, 20:32   #2
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Old 13-11-2014, 20:41   #4
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It the facelift? with better auto box?
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Old 13-11-2014, 21:13   #5
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It the facelift? with better auto box?
Yeah facelift with manual
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always liked the e46 m3 and nearly bought 1 other week but saw a Elise 111s in spice yellow and that was that
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always liked the e46 m3 and nearly bought 1 other week but saw a Elise 111s in spice yellow and that was that
Nice , have u got any pics?
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testa28 i think i ve got your old car r913 xbt got off a person from dronfield sheffield he dont seem to know much about it could you tell me what mods are to date eg is it still maped on that trl printout or anything i might need to know thanks .
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testa28 i think i ve got your old car r913 xbt got off a person from dronfield sheffield he dont seem to know much about it could you tell me what mods are to date eg is it still maped on that trl printout or anything i might need to know thanks .
Hi ,mate, yeah 2 traders came from Sheffield and bought my car. I got the car mapped at Trl first along with a single plate clutch (exedy) but I found their quality of work to be very poor, as they left bolts off my gearbox and the map was bad. The friction plate on the clutch then snapped in half

I then bought a exedy twin plate and had it fitted else where, and got it mapped by Andy fox on here (brilliant mapper). The car also has gsr cams
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Hi ,mate, yeah 2 traders came from Sheffield and bought my car. I got the car mapped at Trl first along with a single plate clutch (exedy) but I found their quality of work to be very poor, as they left bolts off my gearbox and the map was bad. The friction plate on the clutch then snapped in half

I then bought a exedy twin plate and had it fitted else where, and got it mapped by Andy fox on here (brilliant mapper). The car also has gsr cams
gSC cams
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ok thanks is it mapped on speed density and is the transfer box an rs one
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ok thanks is it mapped on speed density and is the transfer box an rs one
Transfer is lsd one and it's not mapped on speed density, as you can see it still using the airflow meter it has launch control as well
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i daren't touch the avcr incase i mess somthing up a bit of a novice when it comes to boost controllers wud be nice to know how to use lc tho
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You don't need to touch the avcr. Select first gear, floor the throttle, then the revs will go up to 5500rpm and hold there. It will then start building boost. When you release the clutch, hold on tight
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thanks i will give it a try tomorrow then gonna save my pennies and get it rebuilt i was thinking of the ross sport long rod kit then when i have more money keep buying oil pump water pump head studs main studs and when i have everything take it for rebuild but who would you recommend for rebuild in yorkshire area
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