post your dyno on this thread, I'm sure several people would like to see it...chef said:I have been driving on this clutch for a little over 2 years now and I will be getting a new one probably in November because it feels like its starting to slip. To me that is not bad for a everyday driving car and dragstrip car.
okay I have to agree with Mike... I don't understand how your torque and hp numbers can cross at 5500 rpms and on another run at 4800... kinda defys logic.....motivational1 said:What was the difference between run1 and run2? The horsepower and torque cross at the wrong points. I've never seen a dyno sheet like this. Have you tried another dyno shop?
You bought a R33 without even seeing it?.... pretty trusting... You do know you can't simply ship it here... It has to be converted/registred/approved..etc.. for use in the US. That's not cheap...chef said:Not really considering anymore, I own one, white R33, but it is currently overseas in Jamaica sitting in a garage. I have yet to see it but I intend on going down there hopefully later this year and checking it out as well as seeing about shipping it up here.