Helloo from Serbia! (My 24v conversion)

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Very nice work all around! :wink:
Fixing it bit by bit....

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Giuliettaevo2 wrote:That is one very nice 75. 8)

Any new pics of the engineroom?

Very good work!
Thank you! :oops:

Latest pic of engine room was during wiring. Forgot to take new shots...

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Which Air flow meter are you using?
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It's std Motronic 1.7 but I modified slightly original air filter housing to fit it. :) I hope I will switch to Vems soon...

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From recent track day...

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I was playing with three piece Cromodora wheels... Changed their lips to larger ones and built 17x8.5 with new ET:10.

Test fitting, without spacers - looks nasty! :D

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must be super heavy.
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Why must they be super heavy? For improved on center feel or what :shock:

PS! If you have grunt you can afford slightly heavier wheels.

PPS! Still my personal preferrence is superlight. This is why I don't like my new rims being so heavy at 7.5 kg each. On the other hand the size is 8.25x19 so lighter might be tough to find.

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I got them Team Dynamics Pro Race 1 for the street. Not too light, 17 X 7 ET 30 17 lbs.

For the track Kosei K1 16 X 7.5 ET30 15 lbs with 225/45/16 R888.

Those wheels on Killaz's car look good. But they just look suspiciously heavy. Betcha they're no lighter than 22 lbs. I will bet JimK's lunch on that!!! :mrgreen:
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:D

They weigh somewhere from 20-21lbs - don't have precise scale at the moment. I can live with this weight, since I don't need to mount any spacers or double screws to mount them exactly where they should be. :)

Second set for track is BBS RS 15'x8' and they weigh arround 15 lbs.

This is where Cromodora stands while car is lifted..
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Missed by 1 lb. Guess no lunch for JimK today!!
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Few things I've changed...

In November 2009 I did few runs with racelogic and best time was 8.1 sec 0-100Km/h at colder autumn day.
MAF was obviously faulty, when I've changed it car became really serious.
I've changed complete gearbox and adapted LSD to fit with 10/43.
Finally, I've found 45mm intake runners and changed old 6C plenum to modified AR 164.

Few weeks ago I did only one run with racelogic - hot day on road that was a bit uphill at the end. Timing was 6.7 sec 0-100Km/h with note that she can definitely be quicker after few more measures...

Currently I'm preparing bigger brakes but hey!? Finally I'm driving 3.0 24v! :D

Sound with 45es (sorry for shaking). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cnCWHSBqu0


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That 10 /43 is so obvious from your clip when you change from second to third. Great ratios to have. Sounds good - great job. Wheels are perfect

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Good Vid - My wife overheard it and came over to watch, lamenting "Ooh, I miss my Milano, we could buy another one!" :idea:

Of course what's stopping me is that it takes me two months to take care of something on the gtv6 that should only take two weeks! GV
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Little update:

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