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2 hours ago, Stu said:

Great result! This should be a handfull to drive and so little boost too!

Its not to bad - have got some boost by gear set up so it doesn't get everything until 3rd - then it just like a gigantic rubber band

12 hours ago, Roman said:

Awesome result! Well done. 

Cheers - managed to nut out all the issues with the Link in the end 

 

Now for that 13 and to resist the temptation to add some e85 and more boost

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As an advocate of small wrong wheel drive cars with silly power Im sure you will easily get a 13 with some good traction.  I don't think my EP71 runs much more power than you and its in the high 11s.

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If I was buying wheels right now, Id be getting some Advanti storm S1 / N719 
Although not a big dick swinging brand they are incredibly incredibly light.
The 15x8 are 4.9 kg each, they're strong and cheap. 

Otherwise yeah if you've got the money I'd go CE28. 
Buuuutttt if I was ever planning to try keep brake dust off white wheels, I'd go TE37 as the spokes are easier to clean :D

 

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4 hours ago, Roman said:

If I was buying wheels right now, Id be getting some Advanti storm S1 / N719 
Although not a big dick swinging brand they are incredibly incredibly light.
The 15x8 are 4.9 kg each, they're strong and cheap. 

Otherwise yeah if you've got the money I'd go CE28. 
Buuuutttt if I was ever planning to try keep brake dust off white wheels, I'd go TE37 as the spokes are easier to clean :D

 

If Advanti did a 16/8 id bang it - if there good enough for Mercedes F1, And both RedBull teams good enough for me:

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/cndy/attachement/jpg/site1/20100806/002564baf2f90dc599ca17.jpg

 

 

 

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Been 1.5 months life of turbo life 
Have finally fitted a new radiator overflow

Checked the catch can had a small amount of creamy greeny/yellow foam in it so its working

Have booked a track day on the 16th of July at a small local track, will ensure the car doesn't fall apart and will then look to go do a couple of hill climbs and a track day at Eastern Creek

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