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Martin Donnon

My12 Gtr Wr600 Club Spec

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We have our own channels of obtaining the A005s through our International Distributor Network. Yes you must sell your first born to pay for them. Yes they are worth it.

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So what you are saying is you get them from Top Racing in HK.

Cheers.

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Here is some data from our current track session to show how advanced the Syvecs stand alone ECU logging is. I am not and never have been a huge fan of Plug In style ECU systems, but the Syvecs R35 S8 kit is incredible....

syvecsadvancedlog1.jpg

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mod'd turbos....,very tempting

any new updates? What other parts are planned for this car Martin, will you be fitting a bigger cooler and piping?

Edited by domino_z

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Domino, we have (courtesy of the awesome logging on the Syvecs) being doing a fair bit of intercooler testing lately on several different cars.....the results for the stock coolers are looking pretty damn impressive at this stage....

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WR600 sets new track record for the Temora 1000 and takes 1st outright in 2012

0-100km/h 2.9 seconds (gravelly surface)

0-1000m 19.2 seconds @ 292km/h

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Good new is highly respected journo from Motor - Paul Cockburn - had a drive of the WR600 on the day. You will be able to read his thoughts on the car in a coming issue of Motor. I cant wait, but I can say I was bloody impressed with his driving, having not driven a GTR before other than at traffic speeds he gave it plenty and showed that no matter what the public might think of the way motoring journos drive, they do in fact do it every day for a living, and it shows!

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Wow that is quick.

0-292kmh in 19.2sec!

I think the veyron does 0-300kmh in 19.8sec right?

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Wow that is quick.

0-292kmh in 19.2sec!

I think the veyron does 0-300kmh in 19.8sec right?

According to Wiki its 14.6 seconds

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According to Wiki its 14.6 seconds

Or, according to 6speedonline -

18,2 - Bugatti Veyron 1001 hp

21,2 - 9ff-Porsche 997 Carrera 2 3.6 Biturbo Cabrio 780 hp

21,7 - Gemballa GTR 750

22.3 - 993TT, 3.8 ltr, Garrett turbos, stock intercooler, 1450 kgs, some aerodynamic help such as no mirrors and no wipers.

22,4 - McLaren F1

23,2 - MTM bimoto 740 hp

24,8 - Ruf Rt12 (AWD) 650 hp

25,2 - 9ff GT2 843 hp

25,9 - RS Tuning 993TT 533 HP (AWD)

26,1 - Ferrari Enzo 660 hp

27,6 - Ruf Rt12 650 hp

28,5 - 996 GT2 RS-Tuning 542 hp 28.5

29,0 - Ruf CTR "Yellowbird" (see last post on page 4)

29,9 - Ferrari 599 GTB 620 hp

30,6 - MB SLR McLaren 626 hp

30,6 - Brabus E 500 v12turbo 640hp

30,7 - Ruf R Turbo 520 hp

31,8 - Lamborghini LP640 640 hp

31,9 – Techart 911 Turbo Cab 600 hp

31,9 - Mercedes SL 65 AMG

32,3 - 996 GT2 Techart GT Street S 646 hp

32,5 - MB Brabus CLS V12 730 hp

33,6 - Ford GT 550 hp

34,2 - Porsche Carrera GT 612 hp

34,8 - MB SLR McLaren 626 hp

35,8 - MB SLR McLaren 722 626 hp (AMS Nardo)

36,1 - Ferrari 575M Maranello

36,9 - MB SLR McLaren 626 hp

37,0 - HGP Golf R32

37,5 - MTM Audi RS4 Avant (V6) 602 hp

40,7 - Porsche 997 Turbo 480 hp

40,9 - Porsche 911 GT2

41,4 - Ferrari 575M Imola 575hp

41,8 - Corvette Z06 512 hp (AMS)

44.5 - Bentley Continental GT MTM

44,8 - Mercedes CLS AMG Carlsson 560hp

47,5 - Porsche 997 GT3

49,6 - MTM Audi RS6 Avant 568 hp

49,9 - Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera 520 hp (AMS Nardo)

49,9 - Alpina B6 Coupe

51,1 - BMW M6 507 hp (AMS Nardo)

52,7 - Alpina B5 Touring 500 hp

55,6 - Brabus Maybach SV12

56,7 - MTM RS6 CS 56.7 sek

57,1 - Aston Martin Vanquish S 528 hp

57,9 - Corvette Z06 512 hp (AMS Nardo)

59.0 - MTM Audi S4 Cabrio

60,4 - Bentley Continental GT mansory 630

62.8 - Alpina B7

67.2 - Bentley Continental GT

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No doubt we would have been much quicker/faster on a proper asphalt surface. Temora is a little like spray pave, very gravelly, hence its hard to get going

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No doubt we would have been much quicker/faster on a proper asphalt surface. Temora is a little like spray pave, very gravelly, hence its hard to get going

your gtr is definitely quicker than the veyron on loose terrain.

veyron does it in 19.8 sec which ive always referred to: http://www.germancarforum.com/community/threads/bugatti-veyron-acceleration-from-0-to-320-km-h.19418/

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A quick look at one of the WR600 GTRs technology tricks, being able to build 10psi of boost quickly and easily at just over 3000rpm then put it down through all four wheels for massively fast getaways.....

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sounds beautiful - nice & deep

gets out of there like a bat out of hell - the colour is very appropriate

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