Kia Ora Drifty.very sweet mate! what specs are the exhaust?
Sounds really good mate, same story as me, i couldnt quite make mine equal length headers ether due to space. so your running twin pipes all the way through? im prob doing a single 2.5 mandrel bend for mineKia Ora Drifty.
The exhaust system consists of HPC-coated, custom-made headers (unfortunately not exactly correct length primarys ... had to simply fabricate within the space available), and 100mm dia, stainless-packed Coby mufflers (running along each side of the car, underneath the side-skirts).
Nice 325i. Are you also a member of Bimmersport? My member name is 'John B' on Bimmersport
The twin pipes exit each side of the car, just in front of the rear wheels. Really tight for space, so haven't been able to incorporate a balance pipe between each side of the exhaust system.So your running twin pipes all the way through?
yip im on bimmersport, drifty340i is mine lol its a great site. what you got?
As soon as the engine is rebuilt I'll put it back on the dyno, and will post results. Have entered the 6-day Dunlop Targa again (have competed 5 times) in October, so need to get the Sabre back together soon, to have sufficient time for testing.the 1uz i mean
Wow, what a coincidence ... I've just realised that you responded to my post on the Bimmersport Forum yesterday (the question about a W57 or W58 gearbox for sale). What do you reckon the odds of that are!! Johnyip im on bimmersport, drifty340i is mine lol its a great site. what you got?
Diff is limited slip Jag XJS 3.54 ratio. Gearbox is currently W57, but last night I bought a W58. I'll use this new one, and keep the W57 as a spare.yip the old w57 w58 are getting expensive these days. what diff ratio are you running? and what gearbox at the moment?
G'day. The car needs to be strong (hense heavy) for rallying. The 6-day Dunlop Targa is tough on cars. We often get airbourne over humps (sometimes a metre high!), and there is a lot of rough (sometimes gravel) roads. For example, the extire flat floor / undertray is 5mm alloy ... a circuit car would only use 1.5mm.That car looks like a cross between a TR7, S2000 and 914! Pretty cool. I am surprised at the weight, must be a fun ride though!
I know you mean about gearboxes. I have an R154 I consider myself VERY lucky.