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gotasuby last won the day on December 12 2016

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  1. Often I see very high rpm in link statistics usually caused by cranking speeds and nothing to worry about it. Was ecu logging at the time?
  2. Ian Smith also does it out in North Canterbury. We use him. He is very reasonable
  3. Gps phone's have dropped in price and maybe an option?
  4. Just call Dave from Braketech. You would be looking at $460 shipped to you for front rotors and pads. That's genuine brembo rotors and fast road/occasional track day pad. Perfect for fun twisty roads. The front rotors should be 316x30 if it a legacy not outback
  5. Dixcel ec pads from Braketech and brembo rotors from bnt. Great value for money and great upgrade over stock
  6. Poppy at idle is usually too lean
  7. I go to my work as we do them if your ever in rangiora. Proper ones to not toe and go
  8. I have a lot to do with this. Massive misconceptions about more width means more grip. It's all wrong. If you double width of tyre you half the pounds per square inch of pressure. So equal grip. Only 2 things change that. A 1/2 width tyre will wear out twice a fast. So manufacturers usually use a softer compound on wider tyres to get more grip. Obviously if you are spinning a wheel a wider tyre will overheat slower and offer more grip longer. We run 225 wide semi slick tyres for drag racing on 350wkw. Traction only breaks off the line but we keep snapping front axles. Road duty traction is ok from 3rd gear up unless car upset. Remember bigger diameter tyres will usually have better corner grip but smaller diameter usually has more acceleration and braking grip as tyre can deform to the road imperfections.
  9. I've done closed loop quite a bit. But as boon said shouldn't make huge difference if open loop tuned correctly. My % in closed loop is always within 2% which is pretty good. Some tuners just guess the low load and use closed loop to get ok fuel economy and have massive corrections
  10. Car :2005 3.0r spec b Tuned Tuned. Vipec ecu, axle back exhausts Fuel : BP98 Fuel economy : Town: 500 and fuel light is on. Open road, 750km Fuelly stats if known : 11.7l/100km average. 7.9l/100 best yet on a trip to Queenstown. Car : 2001 Impreza 1.5l Tuned: stock as a rock Fuel : 95 Fuel economy : Town: 650 Fuelly stats if known : 6.6l per 100km. Wife's car. Car : 1996 Impreza ej20e Tuned: stock Fuel : 95 Fuel economy : average 8.9l per 100 Fuelly stats if known : Car : 1993 rally car Tuned Tuned. Vf30 Fuel : gull e85 Fuel economy : cruising is 15l per 100km.flat out is 100l per 100km. Fuelly stats if known : why bother haha
  11. Race brakes did my shoes. Sent up some second hand ones I got from wrecker and they bonded more material on. Worked out perfect and still working well 50000km later
  12. I've got thick rear shoes. Works mint.
  13. I've been doing the pad tests for Dave @ Braketech. Had the z, es and ec pads in my car. I'm super impressed with the dixcel. Also been testing bnt pads and Ferodo pads. Value for money I don't think you could beat the es or ec. Ec is for fast road with more initial cold bite, es is fast road and trackday pads. Slightly less bite cold but still much more than bendix etc.
  14. Try Dave at Braketech on 0276141945
  15. Yes I'll try print it out next time I'm at work. Tcf is 1.00 as always though. Will never have any different
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