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Old 22nd July 2013, 01:50 PM   #261 (permalink)
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Tim @ Race Developments has a Superfinisher, so along with Frozen Solid, you're almost there.
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Old 22nd July 2013, 02:04 PM   #262 (permalink)
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As said SVM offers a fully tried and tested system for R35,s and the only company to test
the process in there own high powered vehicles.

Guys can benefit from the knowledge the right parts are treated and correctly assembled
and have been effectively tested at 238mph...

Thanks again for your support.
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Old 22nd July 2013, 05:21 PM   #263 (permalink)
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Been looking into this for a while, good to see others testing it out for the rest of us.
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Been looking into this for a while, good to see others testing it out for the rest of us.
The strengthening, is a group of processes carried out inside the gearbox, Not one in particular.The whole job,gives the owner a choice to save on costs of replacement gears, Our process cover's more than gear's and also includes all labour and a new type of oil . SVM have tried to push harder than the next man in order for piece of mind and reliability, testing is essential.
It would not be good business to let out all our trade secrets,

We lead the way, and I would rather not show the way Lol

I think on a whole SVM go much further in explanation than most on hear
How we actually do things! (hope you agree ) thank you for your appreciation what SVM is about.

Many many threads and postings, opening our doors, combining photo's and explanations, making interest chat ,I have to draw the line sometimes

"Boxer" this isn't aimed at you, I just thought it may help clear the air.

Thank you for taking your time looking, I hear you may sell your car
I'm sure the new owner will enjoy, they are a terrific vehicles, I'm sure you will be back
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just picked this beast up from ryan today now in my ownership

what a car credit to ryan Griffiths and the svm team it drives lovely and although ive only used the 1 bar map so far has plenty of relentless grunt

I will be timing her soon to see just how much it smashes all my pbs
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Well done mate, phenomenal car and spec, money well spent.

Enjoy it!
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Well done mate, phenomenal car and spec, money well spent.

Enjoy it!
I sure will mate once ive recovered from the shock of the expense lmao
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Old 12th May 2014, 08:39 AM   #271 (permalink)
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Money in the bank, and very fair on price for that spec.

Don't let that overshadow your purchase.

It's a rare car, colour, interior etc, and with a spec like that, it will be worth the same in a few years IMO, so long as mileage is kept low and it's regularly maintained by SVM or the like.
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Money in the bank, and very fair on price for that spec.

Don't let that overshadow your purchase.

It's a rare car, colour, interior etc, and with a spec like that, it will be worth the same in a few years IMO, so long as mileage is kept low and it's regularly maintained by SVM or the like.

I agree mate it should hold its value quite well I think, it is so awesome though im gonna loose some money and in all honesty I don't care, its all bought and paid for so no finance to worry about

I have some recent dyno plots now aswell on v power and what I think is what we would call e50 with 50% vpower, 50% e100


so v power plot at the hubs 1.5 bar




and 50% vpower, 50% e100 at 1.8 bar I assume we would call this e50 ?





am I right in thinking with an r35 the losses from hubs to flywheel is 50hp roughly ?

I work on 17.5hp per hub with the old rb26 gtrs and that has correlated well with my own santa pod drag terminals for the power
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Old 14th May 2014, 05:57 PM   #273 (permalink)
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is that your prediction on my 1/4 mile time mate on e50 ?
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is that your prediction on my 1/4 mile time mate on e50 ?
I would say so with drag radials, maybe 0.5 more with warm R888's
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Very nice just with I could shell out as much for the conversion
What turbos are on this one
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Very nice just with I could shell out as much for the conversion
What turbos are on this one
svm stage 6 I believe, oem derived with gt30 internals and billet wheels.
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after looking back through this thread at the last srr dyno plot the car made 300 flywheel hp at 3000 rpm, on the dynapack it makes 250 hp at 3000 rpm so its a fair assumption to assume my hub figures will realistically be 50 hp more for an equivelant at the fly srr run.
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But what is the turbo lag like relative to other turbos
Good numbers any way but can you shift gear to keep up with the torque
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