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    looks like a thread is required to post timeslips, here is mine, left lane (have run best mph of 106.48)

     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by morerevsm3 View Post
    looks like a thread is required to post timeslips, here is mine, left lane (have run best mph of 106.48)

    Nice time there mate

    Na 3 litre M3 Im guessing till the SC is done correct?

    Youve got a good 60ft time there as well. Will be intersting to see how much the ET and terminal changed once your 'charged :
     
     

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    Nice times Alan

    Your really getting the most out of an NA M3 with those 60 footers IMHO
     
     

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    1-2 shift is very slow currently, have a clutch problem, car is capable of 12.7x with clutch disengaging somewhere above the floor ...
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by morerevsm3 View Post
    1-2 shift is very slow currently, have a clutch problem, car is capable of 12.7x with clutch disengaging somewhere above the floor ...
    Really?

    I never pushed my M3 when it was stock :(
    maybe I should have done....those are very respectable times...

    What is done to it at present Alan?

    (pre SC I mean)
     
     

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    8.5Lb flywheel/M5 clutch, carbon plenum and Alpha N chips, home made exhaust from cats back and 3.64 diff
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by morerevsm3 View Post
    8.5Lb flywheel/M5 clutch, carbon plenum and Alpha N chips, home made exhaust from cats back and 3.64 diff
    Sounds ok.
    I'm curious, did you see any benefits form that Carbon Plenum?

    I was told by a guy at a local meet who had one, that is was more show than go (and noise) ?

    Have you seen any verifiable benefits?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by boostist View Post
    Sounds ok.
    I'm curious, did you see any benefits form that Carbon Plenum?

    I was told by a guy at a local meet who had one, that is was more show than go (and noise) ?

    Have you seen any verifiable benefits?
    gained consistent 2mph with it
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by morerevsm3 View Post
    gained consistent 2mph with it
    Hmm, cant argue with that!

    Its good to ehar some actual evidence that mods such as that work.
    Looks sweet too
     
     

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    bit hard to read, track had no prep on it at all because it was WRX club day, and they have fragile drivelines apparently, so traction was a problem, but got 12.92@108.64mph at a density altitude of 1304', new clutch is good (6 puck)
    Last edited by morerevsm3; 13-07-2010 at 09:11.
     
     

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