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Handbrake's R35 Build Part 2


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i couldn't do it. I went 3 months without driving my 31 and almost died. I've just had an image pop into my head of you going into the workshop and caressing the car and whispering to it while no one is watching. haha.

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thanks Drew. yeah very exciting to see it come together

the only piece we are leaving as stock is the rear fenders, are you going carbon widebody rear also or is it still secret squirrel?

cant wait to get both of our cars out on the track at QR!

are you thinking you guys will make it out to the Ruzic practice day at QR on the 7th of July?

yeah the rear will be carbon widebody too. What I cant wait for is 2 35's screaming past a certain radical sr8 haha.

Doubt I will make July 7.. the next one that I might make is the Nissan day towards the end of July.

It would be a shame to miss out on that one.

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I hear you drew, I would love to see the SR8 go down haha

we were going to run a test day at morgan park but Ihear it is being resurfaced since the floods buckling the track earlier this year

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Really is something special! :)

I can only imagine the amount of bodies swarming over all different parts of this car, all around Brisbane, in an effort to get this car going STAT!

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exhaust ports before/after

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intake ports before/after

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oh wow!!

porting work looks ace

definately one hell of a weapon (once running)

still think you're crazy to outsource the driving, dont see any point in that whatsoever IMHO

should be all you and only you!!!

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What's the before and after flow figures on the heads? Is there any inconsistancy with chamber volumes when they cc'd them?

Cheers

Marty

sorry Marty, dont have that info for you yet

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a lot of work to get the uprights from the chassis to this point.

need to be sturdy, as we have quite a large dual element rear wing being made up currently which should generate between 160-200kg of downforce

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