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post #16 of 46 Old 09-19-2016, 09:42 AM
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"I wrapped the box in DEI Gold Heat Delfect because if you cant go fast "

Thanks for the reminder. I have to do this on my track build. .
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post #17 of 46 Old 09-21-2016, 02:53 PM
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Dude this looks amazing. Forgive my newbness but what is the purpose of the block off plates?

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It removes the Pair System. The pair system is used to remove oil fumes / blow by from the engine and clean up emissions. Removing it prevents oil fumes from being burned and hindering performance. It also causes issues with the air / fuel ratio as well
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Today I got back into my garage and had a full Hindle exhaust system waiting for me courtesy of Woodcraft Technologies

The quality is great even includes a pre-welled bung if you need to run an O2. I opted for the ceramic black but you can go with one of 4 different cans



Just on the weight savings alone, I saved almost 10lbs! Im sure with the carbon fiber or titanium can you will save even more
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Installation was pretty straight forward..






You can get your own at Hindle Exhaust

Next up will be installing a Bazzaz and having it tuned by Dyno Solutions
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Had to swing by the track today and do a bunch of tire / wheel swapping.... So while I was there and the wheels were off I picked up Fast Frank captive spacers from a local vendor..

What makes them so much better than other copy cats out there is that if you notice they are beveled which allows them to be guided in
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Those chamfered edges make all the difference. Have had a set of locally made captive spacers for a while now. Night and day difference when changing wheels!
Great build thread! Keen to see how you progress it further.


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Looks sic. Did you have to get longer brake lines then stock length to work with brembo RCS master?
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Looks sic. Did you have to get longer brake lines then stock length to work with brembo RCS master?
Thank you

I cant exactly say, Spiegler makes the rennsport longer i.e. looser to not restrict travel of the suspension. The Brembo will match up perfectly fine to the OEM lines though however the pitch of the lever range may be restricted
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Well theres been zero changes until today.... This came in the mail for me to install this weekend!

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Looking good bud! Just a quick note: I just noticed the header install. Consider this a friendly reminder that we are required to safety wire the outside header nuts.
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Yeah I have the nuts from my 05 just haven't swapped them yet
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So I got around to installing the Bazzaz yesterday....

First I installed a servo buddy to eliminate the FI light and exhaust servo motor supplied by Woodcraft Link


The Bazzaz install is pretty straight forward however there are two aspects to this install I was not particularly a fan of.

1. Bazzaz instructs the power supply be tapped using a Scotchlok, these are the devil! So a good old fashion solder guarantees Ill never have a power disruption to the unit



2. Bazzaz is designed to be installed at the rear of the tail in the trunk. Im not a fan of this because in my opinion it puts it in a vulnerable location to damage in the event of a high side. So thanks to the room freed up using the Servo buddy its now nestled lower down under the seat.



I have the newest version of the Bazzaz system that includes a strain gauge with the USS system. My bodywork is not in yet so I havent been able to decide the optimal location for the USS module


Special thanks to my mechanic for giving me a hand too


(FYI his middle name is Agostini lol)

Still have a long but simple list of things to do but I have till end of April to get it all buttoned up
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Small victory today.... GPR installed

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