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    So when does the SC get installed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil_SS View Post
    So when does the SC get installed?
    And the two kits of nitrous

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    QUARTER MILE AT A TIME

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yw-slayer View Post
    QUARTER MILE AT A TIME
    Eighth mile these days...

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    Approve.

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    Nice I enjoyed the years I had my stock one. Never wanted to join what we called "the boom club" in the 86 owner's forum, cos apparently everyone there who went boost also went boom ;-)

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    That is kind of his specialty, tho...

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    Finally! A photo that is oriented correctly for my Southern Hemisphere eyes.

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    I meant to put up video and a break down of what happened at ECR two weeks ago.

    Instead, I'll drop the video of my runs, and when I'm free of time this week at nats, I'll type up a response.

    So here it is,. Video editing software is a bit goofy, so the time stamps don't like up in places...

    Feel free to leave any feedback.

    https://youtu.be/z9UGlVxGi8I

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    I would suggest reducing the exposure on the camera if possible, since it's hard to see the details of the track/exterior, and I think it would be more important than interior detail. Also mounting to avoid ahving the rear-view mirror block the centre of the shot (which may in turn help with overexposure of the track/exterior).

    I don't feel qualified to give you feedback on the driving, although I can see the series of corners at around 1:05 onward is pretty tough.

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