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Old 25th November 2012, 04:29 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Ryan, want some dyno time soon then?
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Old 26th November 2012, 02:34 PM   #42 (permalink)
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You on stock 'box, Ryan?
Stock gears only. Have 14 clutch plate setup and circlips with magnets which Litchfield did for me.
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Stock gears only. Have 14 clutch plate setup and circlips with magnets which Litchfield did for me.
14 plate nice idea Ryan (same as chubbies?)
should hold your power +1
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14 plate nice idea Ryan (same as chubbies?)
should hold your power +1
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Not sure Kev but im hoping it will hold power unless you have put one of your hulk turbo kits on accidentally when putting my engines back in
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Amazing car ryan
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Yes bud through Switzer Europe or them direct. Give me a shout if you get stuck as deal with them alot
Sound, good to know.
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Just an update:

Every time I come back from a tuning trip around the world I hate how slow my GTR feels compared to all these 1000+hp monsters.

Well as i have been working with the guys over at SVM on all there monster builds and i was there a few days before i left I thought it would be rude not to go for there Updated rod and Pistons package so I can turn up the boost on my Switzer turbos.

So when I arrive back from Dubai hopefully it won't feel as slow after I have mapped it. Hoping for 800hp/800ftlb
Hi Ryan, Thankyou for entrusting SVM with your Project car
We have been busy whille you have been away a few pics below

Stock suspension? mmmmm happy to replace



some nice new springs




on the car






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Now for the Heart of the Job Lol
Short motor, SVM style
SVM Rods
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Hi 10 days !!Job done!! 200miles completed on joe gibbs oils
Now serviced Ready to Rock and roll

Happy to help Team Syvecs and Ryans multi part project
best wishes and see you Saturday , look forward for you turning the taps up

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Old 30th November 2012, 01:58 PM   #49 (permalink)
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Thats some fast work.
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Hi , Ryan been given the Job of washing you motor Lol
look forward to meeting You and Jamie






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Slap me for asking if it's obvious but why is the bonnet not closed properly?!
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It.s about to get washed well spotted and thanks for the concern
will make sure he has a safe drive home for sure!
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Probably because they simply didn't close it lol?
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Probably because they simply didn't close it lol?
Haha, you tuning boys do the strangest things.. thought it might be a new fashionable thing!! :P
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Cant believe you guys got this done in 10days! Just goes to show that when you have done the most engine builds in the UK on the VR38 how quickly you can turn it around from all the experience you have doing them.

I wish my Hayabusa Turbo engine builder could follow your foot steps. Had my engine for 4 monthes now and thats only a basic 4 pot engine. So much for winter project.

Bring on more boost!!
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How do you change the thread title guys?
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Cant believe you guys got this done in 10days! Just goes to show that when you have done the most engine builds in the UK on the VR38 how quickly you can turn it around from all the experience you have doing them.

I wish my Hayabusa Turbo engine builder could follow your foot steps. Had my engine for 4 monthes now and thats only a basic 4 pot engine. So much for winter project.

Bring on more boost!!

Thankyou Ryan for your business
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Can we give it a name now?
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Wow 10 day turn around, thats impressive.

Going by you pics it would seem the the subframe/steering rack and suspension all come down toghether when removing the engine?

Does the loom stay attatched with the engine an detachable from the body?
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Wow 10 day turn around, thats impressive.

Going by you pics it would seem the the subframe/steering rack and suspension all come down toghether when removing the engine?

Does the loom stay attatched with the engine an detachable from the body?
Loom stays on engine
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