ERO54N

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    ER34 GT-T
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    Charles

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  1. ERO54N

    Yay, friend! I have a sedan aswell. Welcome to the forums!
  2. Not to take this off topic but I am surprised to hear that Nismo had made a packaging error. I was under the illusion that Japanese manufacturers seldom, if ever, made mistakes. I received mislabelled stabiliser end links from Nigasa Auto in Japan. Thought it would have been an isolated incident. Good luck with the sale!
  3. Hello walperstyle, Welcome to the forums! What car club did you used to run?
  4. ERO54N

    Sweet setup! Welcome!
  5. ERO54N

    Hello R377, My understanding is that spring rates and damper rates are 2 totally different things but are tuned in conjunction with each other. I think substituting damper hardness for spring rate wont be equivalent to uprated springs. And harder not always better for track. Sorry, probably not what you wanted to hear.
  6. ERO54N

    Welcome angakh! What's it like owning one in Boston?
  7. ERO54N

    Hello Charles, Do you know if Coupe wipers are compatible with Sedan? If so can I buy them off you? Would you be able to arrange postage? I live in Sydney. Thanks mate
  8. ERO54N

    Hey guys, sorry I'm late. This came up on my feed last night. Though it would be relevant.
  9. Hello Andrew, Maybe really dumb Q but will extra electrical output overload stock spec fuses? What else will I need to upgrade to run uprated alternator safely? Thanks mate.
  10. ERO54N

    StanP, I'm loving your ride! Build thread?
  11. But I contributed nothing, just raised more questions!
  12. Interesting scenario, can we perhaps negate car model and discuss the extremes to highlight attributes associated with big vs small rotors? Theoretically, as mentioned above disc size would increase the potential limit of heat absorbtion and dissipation through increased thermal mass. Would material also affect the rate and limit of which the disc could convert force into heat? If discs were thicker they would also be able to accommodate larger vanes increasing cooling surface area. I think also being more further away from the axis the braking moment (as in force over distance) would be increased, increasing stopping power but also may promote locking up? I forget, is unsprung weight a good thing or bad thing for handling? Larger brake disks would weigh more, statically lowering the centre of gravity but because not a rigid connection to the chassis may also be a disadvantage in a dynamic situation? Would rotational mass of rotor be negligible due to being so close to the axis? Heavy front rotors would take the trajectional force better under extreme application than lighter rotors, right? This would provide more stability on hard braking when the nose dives onto the front axis? I don't know, just curious. Any experts in this field?
  13. Guten tag mein herr, Really cool pic! Welcome to the forums, Michael
  14. ERO54N

    Nice one, man! Welcome!