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Harv last won the day on March 3 2018

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  1. Yes I have it set up somewhat progressive now but could be better. ‘Data shows the 45’s are too big. john
  2. ported head, schrik 304, wasted spark, S14 crank, forged pistons, 2230cc. Tuning the 45’s is difficult for the throttle tip in. 70% of throttle is in the first 30%.
  3. I don’t think I’d bother with those seats unless your car doesn’t have any seats and you just want to drive it. If that’s the case,140 is not a bad deal.
  4. The problem with a lot of seats is that if you mount them to the factory mounting points, it’s hard to get them centered with the wheel and the right height. The e30 seat comes to mind for the height thing. john
  5. good job. Keep at it! John
  6. Wish I could have kept my e91 6sp. Oh well, can’t keep em all. john
  7. I would not use 45mm ITB's again. I'd limit it to 40mm. Remember these are not carbs with a venturi in them. A 40mm opening will flow more than almost any M10 cylinder and head could flow. John
  8. A friend of mine has those seats in his 142. They look nice and are well maid but I think the foam in them is way too hard. John
  9. We could park next to each other. john
  10. One of my plans is to remove my trailing arm poly bushings and replace with rubber. In the front I’m going Bavaria front control arms that have rubber bushings in them. john
  11. Someday I’ll get to this event.
  12. This is the one I use in my 02. They have 4 left. https://www.bmotorsports.com/shop/product_info.php/xrf/eml/products_id/537?utm_source=November+2019&utm_campaign=Constant+Contact&utm_medium=email john
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