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3rd generation RX-7's / sidelights question
« on: November 12, 2007, 10:56:22 AM »
Hmmm...very strange, but it sounds like a short or fuse to me...it was defo working before though dono whats up with it. Ah yeh and on the gearbox passenger side is the sensor for the rev counter (i think) check thats aok. Is the tacho still working when car is hot?

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3rd generation RX-7's / Now this is different
« on: November 08, 2007, 12:25:03 AM »
Those rims make that car...

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Rotary and General Chit-Chat / An Amazing Read
« on: October 28, 2007, 05:08:30 PM »
Thats...thats...i dont know what to say! How??? Why??? I really am flabergasted...

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Quote from: arrouk
couldnt agree more not just for twins but for all turbo\'s, it is something i keep telling people but i find it mostley falls on def ears.

matt



No...no...& no we are not going non seq:spank

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3rd generation RX-7's / RX7 Coat
« on: October 26, 2007, 08:24:49 PM »
Gurj has one of them :p

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General Technical / HKS hard pipes in need of polishing...
« on: October 26, 2007, 08:23:43 PM »
Theres a polishing kit on ebay for about £40 but it\'d take a few days to get to you...and unless you have a very good drill and dremmel its not worth it...as i said its very time consuming aswell :)

You can get Autsol from local Motor Factors and that is good but doesnt work well on unpolished stuff...

HTH

Rixio :)

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Rotary and General Chit-Chat / Laeeq\'s yellow RX on ITV!
« on: October 26, 2007, 07:21:31 PM »
I thought it was for having a dodgey plate? Hehe...

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General Technical / HKS hard pipes in need of polishing...
« on: October 26, 2007, 03:03:07 PM »
Il do them for you if you like...drop me a PM :)

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Quote from: BlitzBoy
I believe SDMINUS with the fastest drag time in UK on Sequential twins of 12.0, so it all depends what u prefer in power delivery


Was Scott running his twins in seq? I would have thought for the strip non seq would be favourable?

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Quote from: bnaellis
Was tuning a twin turbo fd yesterday running normal sequential setup, and I have come to the conclusion that I would not want a twin turbo fd to perform any other way. I love the feel of the 2nd turbo kicking. As for bends and an unpredicatble 2nd turbo, I think the driver is what is unpredictable, not really the turbo. The only time I have lost it in an fd is when I\'ve been driving like an idiot, of which I can\'t really blame the turbo. It\'s nice putting your foot down and feeling the turbo doing it\'s job knowing that at any given moment you got the 2nd one to kick in. People are different and like different things, but for me I cannot see why one would change the stock fd sequential setup, I think it\'s great.

Brian



My sentiments exatcly, its all down to the driver...the way i see it is...In principle its like driving a single turbo...i for one will not be going non seq simply because i cant see any benefits...specially after looking at those dyno printouts...

Rixio:cheers

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Rotary and General Chit-Chat / Before and After - post pics of your car
« on: October 26, 2007, 01:26:07 PM »
Quote from: jm-garage.co.uk
when bought,
 

 

 
As is now,
 

 

 
Hopefully will be,
 

 
with a little more work :chat


That CG car if thats final...F000k meeeeee...

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3rd generation RX-7's / Rotorise or 99 Specise the rear lights...
« on: October 26, 2007, 01:06:34 PM »
Quote from: S3TH
Those look nice!



Can they be bought, or are they custom one offs?

Seth.



I saw them and thought yeeeeeehaaaaaaaawwww...but £300!!! No way in hell im paying £300 for tail lights...

I do like those RX8 style ones but on a black car they\'d look abit chavy...(got them on the yellow car and look great but thats yellow)

I was thinking about the Rotor shape but point facing down and without the middle bit...i know somebody did it a few years back but cant find it anywhere:Hammer

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General Technical / BNR twins..
« on: October 26, 2007, 12:59:42 PM »
BNR\'s are the way forward if you want to stay as stock as possible but with more power and delivery :)

Im running at 1.15bar in seq and i think the drivabilty around town is fantastic compared to a single tub. Out on open roads its great & i actually preffer driving it to my TD06 :D

Drop me an email if you do want to go for it because i\'l be doing a GB on them in about a month...lightningdyn@msn.com

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Rotary and General Chit-Chat / Manufacturers guide
« on: October 23, 2007, 12:14:36 AM »
Good info on there :Thumbs-up

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