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    Wow that's a lot of work. Sounds expensive too.


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    Nice progress!

    How does it drive?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daox View Post
    Nice progress!

    How does it drive?
    Drives pretty good, boost comes on around 2-2.5k rpm, 5th has instant pickup, I'm much happier overtaking on the highways how it is now, it's got a bit of surge in the lower load points like partial throttle 2nd to 3rd and 3rd to 4th as I haven't got the fuelling dialed in 100%, long term fuel trims are about -11 at the moment so have a little way to go.

    Gonna hopefully get a quarter mile run in the next few months once I'm happy with it, thinking I might do springs soon as I already have ultra racing strut bars and rear sway bar to fit.

    Quote Originally Posted by Eggman View Post
    Wow that's a lot of work. Sounds expensive too.
    I reckon I'm probably $1250- 1500USD into it at the moment. Luckily my labour is free.



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