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Piggaz last won the day on January 20

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  1. Some testing done by Hypergear between OS and TS.
  2. https://detailingshed.com.au/products/flex-xc-3401-vrg-dual-action-orbital-polisher and https://www.detailstore.com.au/collections/flex/products/flex-xfe-7-12-80-mini-da-random-orbital-polisher
  3. Never say never. You said that about never putting a single turbo on your car too. Quoted for future reference. 🤪
  4. Read it in a rush. Does that mean we have 12 more years of listening to you “should of bought a BMW”? That’s gonna be painful.
  5. Yeah? 100% you will be. I’ll be lucky before 2026. What’s your point Johnny? 🧐
  6. The -7,-9 and -5 ‘upgrade’ would be the most talked and discussed topicS on SAU. If you dig all the answers are there. Would have to be 20 threads on these turds.
  7. Except step 1 is 8.6 mm of lift and pro is 10.0mm or whatever it is, Plus the different ramp rates and durations of the cams. So many variables. Can’t compare a factory engine to your built one as so much can change. Step 1 moves 90-120 Step 2 moves 75-125 Pro moves 80 - 130 Another variable.
  8. Can’t just put larger valve reliefs in the slugs? So many factors come into this and really can’t be answered without the donk being assembled and measured. - head been decked? - block been decked? - rod to stroke ratio… - gasket thickness? - depth of relief - valve size Measure it up and work backwards from there. There isn’t ANY other way to know.
  9. You’ve been talking about one of these for 18 years now. Buy one already and stop complaining about the 33. 🤣🤣🤣
  10. Building a house. Pushingcash towards that, don’t really have the time to take a toy for a drive at the moment. Last time it was registered I drove it like 3 times. Life changes, priorities change. It’s a toy. 🤷‍♂️ Back to johnnies car. No need to stink up his thread with my dribble.
  11. On stands, no rego, hot side off and a thick layer of dust. Might come back to it in 4 years.
  12. After sitting so long isn’t it just a “thing you do” to flow up and check the injectors before dyno time? Doesn’t take much variance between them to upset a “highly strung” setup. 🤷‍♂️
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