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Old 06-08-2018, 19:42   #31
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Did my first event in the car on saturday. It's quite a handful to say the least, i was running the car on mid map setting. Couldn't string a great run together but managed to get within 400th of the current record.

Couple of videos on youtube.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nHnT...ature=youtu.be

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6Tl_iTxr1w
That is nuts
Sounds amazing as well
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Old 06-08-2018, 19:57   #32
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That is nuts
Sounds amazing as well
cheers mate, it's quite a beast.
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Old 07-08-2018, 00:32   #33
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The pick up off the line is amazing. Must really pin you into your seat!
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Old 07-08-2018, 14:24   #34
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The pick up off the line is amazing. Must really pin you into your seat!
Yeah it really does, and thats on the mid boost setting. High map setting is too much for that hill climb, will only use that for sprint events really.
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Old 08-08-2018, 21:34   #35
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Oh the adrenaline must flow in buckets full in that beast
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Oh the adrenaline must flow in buckets full in that beast
It keeps you on your toes thats for sure.
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Just ordered a 4.1 final drive, as it sits with the 4.5 ratio it just gets through the gears too fast so hoping this helps a bit. Any one running 4.1 final drive have any feedback about theirs?
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For twin charger 4.1 with typical E6 5 speed ratios is nice, another option to consider is
RS Short Box ratios (E6 RS) with 4.1.
Mr Norris will have more info on how that works together.

My thoughts are that standard 5 speed box ratios with 4.53 is too short.
Yet standard 5 speed box ratios with 4.1 will loose noticeable acceleration, yet will stretch each gear, so in the end may not be a huge difference on longer stretch of road, when you can skip up and down shifts with 4.1 vs 4.53.

Yet RS short box with 4.1 seems to extend all gears in between for a really nice fit to your power level.

Consult with Simon and with Clive.
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For twin charger 4.1 with typical E6 5 speed ratios is nice, another option to consider is
RS Short Box ratios (E6 RS) with 4.1.
Mr Norris will have more info on how that works together.

My thoughts are that standard 5 speed box ratios with 4.53 is too short.
Yet standard 5 speed box ratios with 4.1 will loose noticeable acceleration, yet will stretch each gear, so in the end may not be a huge difference on longer stretch of road, when you can skip up and down shifts with 4.1 vs 4.53.

Yet RS short box with 4.1 seems to extend all gears in between for a really nice fit to your power level.

Consult with Simon and with Clive.
It's 7 rs short box and adding the 4.1 final will hopefully still give me the accelaration just with that added bit of extension through 1st to 3rd as only need a little bit extra to make it spot on for my Hill climb event. Then when it comes to the sprint up to 4th gear should be about right for the quarter mile. Thats what I'm hoping for anyway haha
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Perfect box and setup, from my prospective.
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Did my first event in the car on saturday. It's quite a handful to say the least, i was running the car on mid map setting. Couldn't string a great run together but managed to get within 400th of the current record.

Couple of videos on youtube.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nHnT...ature=youtu.be

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6Tl_iTxr1w

I'm confused?

This was the second event with the car wasn't it .........
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