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51 Re: New to the forum!! on 13th April 2014, 7:02 am

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Wow! Looks very impressive mate. Loving the wheels in white how wide are they as fill the arches nicely.

And that's some engine work, what's the full spec?

52 Re: New to the forum!! on 13th April 2014, 7:08 am

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Yeah nice shots, is that a charge cooler where the battery would be?


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53 Re: New to the forum!! on 13th April 2014, 9:27 am

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Cheers Bucky!
Well where to start really!! First thing first, this is my second gtir. And the other being pretty much standard and this is a new project to me. Things are changing on a weekly basis due to small niggles and taste..
As you can see the engine is totally forged to a very high standard by the company Ilmor  who gets involved in making F1 engines I hear.. But this was all done before a got the motor and  still being run in from this build. Less than 800 mile to go!!! A running in map of 340 bhp so already powerful and on the road to being a very quick car!
She's not being used for drag or hill climbs just track and everyday use really. Keeping in mind drive & reliability anything over 420 would be a bonus! A GT3071r has been fitted
  It has some restrictions and these will have to be changed before the remap to get the power I'm looking for. like a custom made more free flow turbo elbow, induction will be swapped for a z32 and a bigger exhaust system and to slow the water pump down a bigger water pump pulley. Double skin radiator will also be needed.
    Since the buy a load of good advice from bob at gtir-us has been a big help!! And things would have moved on a lot slower..... Laughing  Laughing  Laughing 
The mods and work list goes on and I will update soon.



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54 Re: New to the forum!! on 13th April 2014, 9:37 am

Tucker


pulsarmoley wrote:Yeah nice shots, is that a charge cooler where the battery would be?


Hello mate,
yes so the top mount inter-cooler isn't needed and will be removed. Ethanol reservoir has beed added also

55 Re: New to the forum!! on 13th April 2014, 10:39 am

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Welcome aboard mate. Very nice motor that Smile must say I'm jealous of the spec Razz I'm looking forward to seeing you reach the cars full potential when you have sorted a few things and had her remapped when run in. She should be a beast when she's ready Very Happy

56 Re: New to the forum!! on 13th April 2014, 10:44 am

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This is the car we bought in recently and was going to partially break until mr tucker came along.
I wanted that engine myself as the build labour alone was 3k and the engine is a gem and built to run very high boost.

Certain things on the car though are not done correctly such as the way the rear brakes are piped up, charge cooler isn't plumbed in correctly and other minor issues as mentioned.
This has the makings of a very fast car though with bits sorted and even at 340 odd bhp it pulls like a 400bhp car it's certainly the hardest pulling 340 bhp car I've ever driven and has no lag at all so has been very well mapped on the run in map on it at the mo

Paintwork on it is also very special  Cool 


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57 Re: New to the forum!! on 20th April 2014, 7:14 am

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Make sure you look after this R mate had a look very nice clean car. You were in the bar by the time i arrived but had a sneaky peak inc underneith looks stunning. The day flew by would of liked a look under bonnet but all round very nice motor
Good to meet you

58 Re: New to the forum!! on 20th April 2014, 7:42 am

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What did your car make on the rollers?


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59 Re: New to the forum!! on 20th April 2014, 7:46 am

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He never ran it mate finishing the run in and i think he said its getting mapped by the people who done the original run in map

60 Re: New to the forum!! on 20th April 2014, 7:53 am

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Is this the one that Turned up sounding like a steam train ?

61 Re: New to the forum!! on 20th April 2014, 8:08 am

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Hi mate i left not long after you arrived ( nothing personal honest lol) and you had blocked us all in tut tut, i had a little looky at the car mate and looks really nice!! Im sure we will cross paths again maybe at the sprint day take care of her  Laughing 
Cheers Glenn

62 Re: New to the forum!! on 20th April 2014, 12:10 pm

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GTI_R_IOW wrote:Is this the one that Turned up sounding like a steam train ?    



That was spark plug spikes car lol
He somehow managed to blow the inside of the plug clean out leaving just the threaded part with no nut seated flush in the head but the guy at rr had an easy out and managed to get it out.
He was very lucky it never ended up in the cylinder as that would have destroyed the engine

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