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Old 30 July 2018, 06:36 AM   #16861  
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Performance Friction

MB than the the Mintex
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Old 30 July 2018, 09:27 AM   #16862  
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The roads are rammed down here at the tip of the country ; visitors who stop at the narrowest points, walkers, cyclists, sheer volume. It's just not sensible to drive fast. But yesterday evening I discovered a solution ; go out whilst Poldark is on!
Empty, driving with the setting sun on the road from St Ives to Lands End, cliffs, moorland tors, ruined mines. The Spec C in its element, I was reminded what a fantastic car it is on winding roads. Outrageous.
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Old 30 July 2018, 10:10 AM   #16863  
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You set Poldark to record though right? Lol
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Old 30 July 2018, 11:29 AM   #16864  
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Not sure where I ended up at the end as they haven't published Sunday online yet, but I do recall a 47 something.

But I have to say a big thanks to Brian Coward at Cams Performance near Blackburn for pulling out all the stops to get the car ready considering the engine was out of the car 2 days prior - absolute legend.

Car was around 400-450 I think, 1.5 bar, no LC, no ALS, extreme poor weather on 265 wide tyres! Making excuses I know, but we were all in the same boat!


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Fair play rob you got out and had a go
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Old 08 August 2018, 03:25 PM   #16866  
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Any you guys still running stock turbo intake hose at about 440bhp
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Old 08 August 2018, 05:24 PM   #16867  
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Me I recently bought a mishmoto one not fitted I yet
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Old 08 August 2018, 05:26 PM   #16868  
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Me I recently bought a mishmoto one not fitted I yet
reason i ask is i still see ones like Robs running the standard one
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Old 08 August 2018, 06:10 PM   #16869  
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The intake hose was the Achilles heel on the saloon, I don't know if this was upgraded on the hatch. I'm running a 76mm inlet I think. Sorry no pictures, but it was a bloody squeeze.

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Old 08 August 2018, 06:37 PM   #16870  
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A couple from ten of the best a few weeks back, a bit wet!
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Let's see does it feel any better between 2-3k rpm in the usual stumble points
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Old 08 August 2018, 10:28 PM   #16872  
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reason i ask is i still see ones like Robs running the standard one
I took a punt on one on eBay that was cheap 2nd hand. Its actually about 5ply but not wired and everyone says cheap non wired ones collapse well I thought it to stick a nice coupler in the middle of it so that it can't collapse

still to fit it though....





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Old 08 August 2018, 10:28 PM   #16873  
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Let's see does it feel any better between 2-3k rpm in the usual stumble points
interesting indeed. Let us know
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Old 08 August 2018, 10:31 PM   #16874  
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I took a punt on one on eBay that was cheap 2nd hand. Its actually about 5ply but not wired and everyone says cheap non wired ones collapse well I thought it to stick a nice coupler in the middle of it so that it can't collapse

still to fit it though....


i bought the viperperformance one yesterday but have to sent it back as my new turbo is 60mm and hose was 55mm
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Old 09 August 2018, 08:30 PM   #16875  
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filming for a car program with this chap today ,, good clean fun


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Good old Tiff.

Did you find as Cosworth hatch?

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interesting indeed. Let us know
just bought this; did you remove both dampers Gambit ?
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Old 09 August 2018, 10:41 PM   #16878  
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filming for a car program with this chap today ,, good clean fun

lol, that's why you got all sensitive!
Edit; just banter mate, plus I've got a friends in a few production companies.

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Old 10 August 2018, 06:45 AM   #16879  
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Me I recently bought a mishmoto one not fitted I yet
Iíve recently bought a mishimoto one for £60 off a chap but Iím waiting to fit it as the inlet manifold needs to removing to get it in.
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The intake hose was the Achilles heel on the saloon, I don't know if this was upgraded on the hatch. I'm running a 76mm inlet I think. Sorry no pictures, but it was a bloody squeeze.

https://youtu.be/r1aDQG6451o
Iíve got one at home to fit but it was such a tight squeeze! So Iím waiting for a day to remove the inlet manifold to get it in that way.
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Old 10 August 2018, 06:54 AM   #16881  
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Can any of you giys with the mishimoto intake measure the internal diameter of the turbo side as i need 60mm
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Old 10 August 2018, 06:55 AM   #16882  
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As i bought a viperperformance one but its only 55mm
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Can any of you giys with the mishimoto intake measure the internal diameter of the turbo side as i need 60mm
if you go on the mishimoto site it gives you the measurements for it on there.

This is mine for example.

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Good old Tiff.

Did you find as Cosworth hatch?

Robert
yes mate ,, needed it for a better comparison to the evolution FQ400 that was there aswell,, its in the background behind mine ,, was a really good laugh lol ,, ended up burning my clutch up trying to work out how to do donuts in these bloody cars ,, to much technology getting in my way and couldn't work out how to switch it off properly lol

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interesting indeed. Let us know

First impressions - its running very smoothly now, i didn't have that much of a stumble to begin with but could still feel a little on partial throttle - now i dont have that.

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just bought this; did you remove both dampers Gambit ?
Yep full assembly removed (on page 3) as per their fitting instructions
https://www.perrin.com/images/products/PSP-FUL-301.pdf


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First impressions - its running very smoothly now, i didn't have that much of a stumble to begin with but could still feel a little on partial throttle - now i dont have that.



Yep full assembly removed (on page 3) as per their fitting instructions
https://www.perrin.com/images/products/PSP-FUL-301.pdf

did it not not require a tune afterward ?
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Old 10 August 2018, 12:45 PM   #16888  
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I’ve bought this kit it says it requires a map afterward
It’s due for delivery 15/8

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did it not not require a tune afterward ?
only if you're changing the pressure. It's been set at 3bar which is std, well 3bar plus a tiny smidge just in case gauge reads low

Tho I will get it checked over in next week or so by bludgod to check the map n what not
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Iíve bought this kit it says it requires a map afterward
Itís due for delivery 15/8

aye on the assumption youre buying it to adjust the pressure
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