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I personally feel we've steered too far away from the raw beauty that is a Roman vs MS Paint graph.  

The majesty is there with solidworks, but the raw emotion has been lost.

Do better Dave xx

 

PS: Paint 3D will do.

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Awesome info!

I was thinking about heading in this direction just for the ease of packaging, to know it wasn't just down to rules is even better.

Do you know what type/size of ITB's they used?

They also look like bigger runners then standard into the plenum

 

Here's a couple of pictures of it in place in the car that was sold on TM:

It was quoted as having "New 280 + BHP (dyno Sheet) Lyn Rogers 3S-GE engine."

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Oh thank you! 

I was looking for those pictures but couldnt find them. 

I'm sure that from memory they were around the 250hp mark when restricted to 10:1 which is pretty sweet in itself. 
But they could very well be higher HP especially if higher compression or had a tickle up since leaving the race series (which was friggen ages ago) 

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On 18/02/2019 at 17:22, Stu said:

I personally feel we've steered too far away from the raw beauty that is a Roman vs MS Paint graph.  

The majesty is there with solidworks, but the raw emotion has been lost.

Do better Dave xx

 

PS: Paint 3D will do.

Paint 3D dont you dare utter those words around here 

Blasphemy! 

I'm still a bit mad about the anti aliasing they've added TBH 

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they  was the last super tourers from england they had to use the std plenum but could use quads as well plus comp was stock at 12 to 1 in england and cams were free 

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