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So it’s been a long 6 months and came very close to giving up 

but after a engine rebuild amongst other changes its on the road and trying to get use to it 😬😬

big thanks Ricky Betty ,  rlm  and to all that helped 

still got a few issues to sort 

mainly running hot but we will see how it goes at blyton 

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looks evil ....Mint box, well done! 

 

those seats! (jealous)  

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1 hour ago, Ginner said:

Thanks it is evil and has been a nunney lol

😂😂😂😂😂sorry looks like I’ve been censored for the c word

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Those wheels look awesome.

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Took me a while to find some 9s for the back 

then as soon as I buy them Simon has some 10s for sale 😩

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1 hour ago, Ginner said:

Took me a while to find some 9s for the back 

then as soon as I buy them Simon has some 10s for sale 😩

Sorry. 

Looking forward to seeing this on track. 

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On 05/07/2021 at 18:48, Ginner said:

Hope it will be ok concerned it will get too hot

how come. do you have ducting in your nosecone, is your rad big enough? i seem to have missed your previous posts about your car what engine is in it?

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It’s a supercharged busa 

no ducting in nose cone just being on the road I’m seeing oil temps of 105 and water temps up to 100 it’s more the oil temp that concerns me

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1 hour ago, Ginner said:

It’s a supercharged busa 

no ducting in nose cone just being on the road I’m seeing oil temps of 105 and water temps up to 100 it’s more the oil temp that concerns me

interesting i bet that flys. i assume you have an oil cooler?

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How is the intake charge cooled? Could a charge cool rad or intercooler etc be affecting air flow through the radiator?

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Yes the intercooler sits right in front on rad

Ive questioned if I need such a big cooler for a pound of boost 

 

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