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20-04-2005, 17:42



20-04-2005, 18:23
any noticeable improvements with that setup mark?

20-04-2005, 18:28
**** knows. It cant do it any harm though. The one thing that is definitely better is the lower water and oil temps so it shows the heat is dispersing better . The temps really took another major step downwards when I vented the rear of the bonnet.

I would assume it helps the power, but I have never properly tested it on rollers.

20-04-2005, 18:30
im shoving the battery in the boot for extra engine space...

20-04-2005, 18:53
Have thought about doing that myself, but then I would also need to seal it into a box for scrutineering at rallies, so couldnt be arsed.

20-04-2005, 19:02
those black speedlines are pure sex.... you've even kept the silver rim :D

20-04-2005, 19:12
Only painted them the other day. I just have a thing for black rims at the moment and want to paint every single alloy I see in black.

I keep going to paint the Integra rims in black and then snap out of it again and decide to respray them the original white.

21-04-2005, 01:46
It looks like it's leaning to the left a bit?


21-04-2005, 09:34
I think thats just the angle of the camera, although it is currently sitting on different wheel/tyre combination on the front . Slicks one side, wets the other side.

21-04-2005, 11:32
looking good mark, is that a willy 1 or a valver with williams engine or what?

Whats the spec pal?

21-04-2005, 11:41
Valver shell to willy spec Danny.

Irish Nut
21-04-2005, 11:53
Loving the setup Mark. 8)

Is that air feed pipe feeding from the gap between the headlight and rad also mate ?

21-04-2005, 13:04
Valver shell , with Williams everything or uprated further. The intake has 2 cold air feeds. One from the gap by the foglight and the other (as Irish noticed) comes from between the headlight and rad.

As I said none of it is scientifically proven that it works, but they sure cant do any harm with getting cold air to the intake.

Irish Nut
21-04-2005, 14:27
The more cold air the better, like you say Mark, can't do no harm. :D

21-04-2005, 21:33
very nice mark....can you do some full car shots....interior etc :lol:

21-04-2005, 23:43
Does that mean I need to clean it first?