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OK this topic is seldom discussed. There's a track out here in California which is very fast and it's possible to hit 120-125 on the straights. My 75 has euro bumpers (like the normal 1.8ie) and the bigger skirts. What will a lower lip/splitter or a slightly bigger wing (like the IMSA cars)?
- Wed Dec 22, 2004 9:59 pm
- Forum: Performance
- Topic: $10,000.00 What to do????
- Replies: 25
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If you can do some of the work yourself, then AUS$10K can go quite a long way. For example, taking the engine out and installing it yourself can save you a bundle. Disassembling the engine yourself will also save you lots of money. Send it all of to a reputable shop and have them put in total seal r...
Yeah just called up a few places. Minimum order is $150. OK I guess if I need many flanges. R200 is about US$33? That sounds good. Even if you ship me using regular mail (Another $10?), that would still save me lots of money. Anyway I just ordered pre-cut CNC mildsteel flanges from www.spdexhaust.co...
- Mon Dec 20, 2004 5:17 pm
- Forum: Braking
- Topic: Some more brake upgrades for the 116.
- Replies: 487
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Creative stuff Barry! Threading the the rotors. OK I had a friend weld small pieces on the back of the rotor. Didn't work too well. So then I just drilled holes and bolted on some small allen bolts adjacent to the "flat" side of the studs to stop it from spinning. Or was it a countersunk machine sce...