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      01-13-2018, 02:02 AM   #1101
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      01-13-2018, 03:06 AM   #1102
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A few things contributed to the vibrations, when I installed the new diff and axles.

As soon as i left the driveway the first time i had a vibration, worse at 40km and I had a scraping sound which i found out was the loose brake caliper.

Took off new driveshaft make sure it was seated nice and was tight.
Cheked axles were tight.

I still had vibrations.

Went for a test drive and both the brake caliper bolts came out and they jambed into my wheel and smashed a hole in the rim.

Then i put the 17 inch rims and slicks on the rear but had vibrations and heavy scraping. The scraping was the heat shielding that was all torn and bent from break caliper coming off.

Once i cleaned and un bent the heat shielding i still had vibrations. I took the wheels off and centred the brake discs centre to all wheel bolt holes, inspected rotors and hubs while car was in gear on jackstands. Rotors had inconsistent cast it wasnt spinning true but this wasnt thr issue.

During this time i had a continual tick that changed witg speed not rpm, that was a screw in my front wheel.

Then i got my new 19 inch 313 wheel.
Got 2 new front tyres.

Went for drive today abd it was nice a smooth.

Shorty story loose stuff and a bent 17inch rim was causing vibrations. This took 3 months to sort out and a couple of grand.
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      01-13-2018, 03:40 AM   #1103
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Glad to hear you got it going. Now throw two CM12's in there and add some meth and you'll be good to go.

I use to run twin nozzles (CM7 and a CM10) on stock turbos so you can definitely go bigger. That thing is gonna need some fuel and meth is an easy way of managing your trims.
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      01-13-2018, 04:58 AM   #1104
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I dont plan on spraying heaps.

Just enough to keep intake temps down.
Its 30 something degrees everyday.

The logs look good on e40.

You can always go bigger. Im going to collie gazzanats in February and I would like my car to survive.
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      01-13-2018, 06:17 AM   #1105
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A few things contributed to the vibrations, when I installed the new diff and axles.

As soon as i left the driveway the first time i had a vibration, worse at 40km and I had a scraping sound which i found out was the loose brake caliper.

Took off new driveshaft make sure it was seated nice and was tight.
Cheked axles were tight.

I still had vibrations.

Went for a test drive and both the brake caliper bolts came out and they jambed into my wheel and smashed a hole in the rim.

Then i put the 17 inch rims and slicks on the rear but had vibrations and heavy scraping. The scraping was the heat shielding that was all torn and bent from break caliper coming off.

Once i cleaned and un bent the heat shielding i still had vibrations. I took the wheels off and centred the brake discs centre to all wheel bolt holes, inspected rotors and hubs while car was in gear on jackstands. Rotors had inconsistent cast it wasnt spinning true but this wasnt thr issue.

During this time i had a continual tick that changed witg speed not rpm, that was a screw in my front wheel.

Then i got my new 19 inch 313 wheel.
Got 2 new front tyres.

Went for drive today abd it was nice a smooth.

Shorty story loose stuff and a bent 17inch rim was causing vibrations. This took 3 months to sort out and a couple of grand.
Glad to hear you've got it resolved Brendan, hopefully after that headache the fun can now begin!!
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      01-14-2018, 04:45 PM   #1106
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A few things contributed to the vibrations, when I installed the new diff and axles.

As soon as i left the driveway the first time i had a vibration, worse at 40km and I had a scraping sound which i found out was the loose brake caliper.

Took off new driveshaft make sure it was seated nice and was tight.
Cheked axles were tight.

I still had vibrations.

Went for a test drive and both the brake caliper bolts came out and they jambed into my wheel and smashed a hole in the rim.

Then i put the 17 inch rims and slicks on the rear but had vibrations and heavy scraping. The scraping was the heat shielding that was all torn and bent from break caliper coming off.

Once i cleaned and un bent the heat shielding i still had vibrations. I took the wheels off and centred the brake discs centre to all wheel bolt holes, inspected rotors and hubs while car was in gear on jackstands. Rotors had inconsistent cast it wasnt spinning true but this wasnt thr issue.

During this time i had a continual tick that changed witg speed not rpm, that was a screw in my front wheel.

Then i got my new 19 inch 313 wheel.
Got 2 new front tyres.

Went for drive today abd it was nice a smooth.

Shorty story loose stuff and a bent 17inch rim was causing vibrations. This took 3 months to sort out and a couple of grand.
Glad to hear you've got it resolved Brendan, hopefully after that headache the fun can now begin!!
Good to know its up and running again, fingers crossed for you that it performs well at gaznats
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      01-15-2018, 05:07 AM   #1107
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A few things contributed to the vibrations, when I installed the new diff and axles.

As soon as i left the driveway the first time i had a vibration, worse at 40km and I had a scraping sound which i found out was the loose brake caliper.

Took off new driveshaft make sure it was seated nice and was tight.
Cheked axles were tight.

I still had vibrations.

Went for a test drive and both the brake caliper bolts came out and they jambed into my wheel and smashed a hole in the rim.

Then i put the 17 inch rims and slicks on the rear but had vibrations and heavy scraping. The scraping was the heat shielding that was all torn and bent from break caliper coming off.

Once i cleaned and un bent the heat shielding i still had vibrations. I took the wheels off and centred the brake discs centre to all wheel bolt holes, inspected rotors and hubs while car was in gear on jackstands. Rotors had inconsistent cast it wasnt spinning true but this wasnt thr issue.

During this time i had a continual tick that changed witg speed not rpm, that was a screw in my front wheel.

Then i got my new 19 inch 313 wheel.
Got 2 new front tyres.

Went for drive today abd it was nice a smooth.

Shorty story loose stuff and a bent 17inch rim was causing vibrations. This took 3 months to sort out and a couple of grand.
Good to see its sorted mate
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      01-16-2018, 03:24 AM   #1108
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Getting a new exhaust made up to from downpipes.
Dropped it off today should get it back tomorrow.

So fun to drive watching iat go down instead of up.
Don't have worry about going slow cause its hot anymore.

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      01-23-2018, 06:27 AM   #1109
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Couldnt get any tight mandrel bends for rear section in Darwin had to get them from down south.

Hopefully pick it Saturday.
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      01-30-2018, 07:35 AM   #1110
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Nearly there!
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      01-30-2018, 02:31 PM   #1111
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Got it back two days ago.
Car sounds slightly quiter but the same exhaust note.

Got another map.
Its has been to wet to log but I did a donut yesterday in the wet.
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Got it back two days ago.
Car sounds slightly quiter but the same exhaust note.

Got another map.
Its has been to wet to log but I did a donut yesterday in the wet.
You hoon Brule !!!
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      01-31-2018, 05:19 PM   #1113
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Is the driveline sorted now mate?

Seen a set of used 313's recently for sale and made me think of ya
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The diff has some petty loose backlash that im concerned about.

I dont have any more vibrations.

Im back running 313s now but need some new 17 for the slicks.

After the meth tune is sorted ill put it to a test.
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The diff has some petty loose backlash that im concerned about.

I dont have any more vibrations.

Im back running 313s now but need some new 17 for the slicks.

After the meth tune is sorted ill put it to a test.
seen a guy selling e39 m parallels for like $5 hundy if you're keen
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I think I will get new wheels this time.

Car is running well, since putting new tune on it feels like an extra 20 or so ftlb throughout the rev range has been added.

Feels strong down from 2500 in 2nd and 3rd and really hits hard 3700-4000 and keeps pulling.

Not sure how much power you would get running e85.
Might get a dyno after a few more revisions.

789hp on dynojet
380kw on dyno dynamics in Australia is my estimate

Its a pretty solid setup now for going to car events and doing the odd burnout.
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789hp is sarcasm of US dynos numbers
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      02-02-2018, 05:35 AM   #1118
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That sounds like a solid car to have especially given the climate in NT this time of year. Well done mate, go get some numbers at the strip.
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At the track.
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Virtual Dyno.
Take it or leave it but I have made these pretty consistent over time with correct input including barometer, ambient temp and my weight..

Shit wrong size image I'll fix up soon.

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Virtual Dyno.
Take it or leave it but I have made these pretty consistent over time with correct input including barometer, ambient temp and my weight..

Shit wrong size image I'll fix up soon.
The video seems like she was movin.
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Can you VD a 3rd log? I like VD, super convenient to use as a tuning tool. Apparently it's close to real dynojets but Australian dynos are all over the place numbers wise so I have to make custom CF's to simulate them after running on that actual dyno.
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