adgespeed stages oct 13th

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Re: adgespeed stages oct 13th

Postby M3 Compact » Tue Oct 15, 2013 11:49 pm

Has to be deemed a successful shakedown. 8) Must've been the start turn to drag RWSC out. :mrgreen:

How confident are you about sorting the engine power band issue?
What's the clutch issue?
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Re: adgespeed stages oct 13th

Postby yanro0446 » Wed Oct 16, 2013 4:11 pm

John/Martin. Full results are now up on catalyst site.
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Re: adgespeed stages oct 13th

Postby mef » Wed Oct 16, 2013 5:36 pm

yanro0446 wrote:John/Martin. Full results are now up on catalyst site.


Yes, thanks, I printed them last night and did some studying of the stage tiles for various competitors, makes interesting reading! I noticed that the E30 BMW, car 54 was generally the most competitive, it was very well driven!

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Re: adgespeed stages oct 13th

Postby felthead » Wed Oct 16, 2013 6:41 pm

Kenny here was,in the white compact just like to thanks for a well run event had a cracking time nd it was,good to see the bruvs finally out in there very tidy compact
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Re: adgespeed stages oct 13th

Postby is-si » Wed Oct 16, 2013 8:14 pm

How confident are you about sorting the engine power band issue?
What's the clutch issue?


Hi Simon,
Mentioned it to Russ and now think we need to speak to Wayne again, I think we need to try shorter inlet trumpets, move the exhaust cam and remap. Looking for somewhere near 7K - we need the extra revs to make the 4.4 diff work, the next diff we have is a 3.9 and we think it wont be quick enough.
Looked at master cylinder to slave cylinder ratios last night as we are using a TTV E36M3 flywheel and clutch. They are the same at 19mm & 22mm so I think I must have made an error when I adjusted the pivot height (to suit TTV error) or our Tilton pedal just didn't give enough stroke.
Hoping the new sachs plate will take the torque ok - what do you think?
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Re: adgespeed stages oct 13th

Postby M3 Compact » Wed Oct 16, 2013 10:17 pm

No idea about WTG with your clutch John - I was asking because I've had clutch issues using a 100% factory set up, which I was (repeatedly) disappointed about.

Agreed you need 7K revs.
No point blunting the 6-pot beast with a 3.9 or even 4.1....
(IMHO) If you're using a standard 'box, then 4.4 with enough revs is the WTG.

Looks very promising on the results sheet. :P

Well done all the BMW crews. 8) 8) 8)
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