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FLYNN 2nd December 2013 06:57 PM

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Originally Posted by SamboGrove (Post 2248457)
What are the noise limits for these circuits likely to be?

Also what kit is needed? I assume just a helmet and towing eye?

They vary but last seasons MLRSS was mostly 105db

All I needed this year was a helmet, fire extinguisher and towing eye..................... Also a place to put the trophy at the end of the day

barry P. 2nd December 2013 07:59 PM

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Originally Posted by FLYNN (Post 2248473)
Ill join Barry.........if they'll have me of course :chuckle:

Have done two seasons of the MLRSS in the GTR already. Great fun, and very well ran. Some seriously quick cars compete

Put a deposit on a forged GTR today, so I'll be ready for yers http://www.city-data.com/forum/membe...nds-smiley.gif

Edit: Just watched the vid. Not seen many vids of me at the sprints :thumbsup: Where did you get them from?

There's always somebody watching you Flynn! Darin made the video from the guy who was at the circuits, he asked him to put together some clips showing the GTRs in action. What's the details on the new car?

barry P. 2nd December 2013 08:14 PM

Updated list.
1.ben15476
2.goldgtr35
3.Ja5on
4.BND
5.Tin
6.manjit
[email protected]
8.Flynn
9.Steve
10.nozza1
11.CT17

FLYNN 2nd December 2013 08:24 PM

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Originally Posted by barry P. (Post 2248585)
There's always somebody watching you Flynn! Darin made the video from the guy who was at the circuits, he asked him to put together some clips showing the GTRs in action. What's the details on the new car?

Good stuff.

All being well Im picking the car up Thursday after Iain has put it through the workshop. I didnt know about the GTR sprints until Iain mentioned it, as I was just going to go ahead with the usual MLR sprints next year anyway.

The car has a Litchfield forged engine and turbos. I think its running around 750 hp by the sounds of it.

https://www.gtr.co.uk/forum/212529-70...miles-43k.html

Ill get some suspension for it and get the gearbox sorted over the winter. Should make a good sprint car. Stock spool, and I wont have to watch the torque figures with it being forged.

Well up for this :D

SamboGrove 2nd December 2013 08:42 PM

Some might call that cheating mate if everybody else is capped at stage IV! ;)

JasonNT 2nd December 2013 08:46 PM

I'd be interested, if its open to novices.

FLYNN 2nd December 2013 08:59 PM

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Originally Posted by [email protected] (Post 2248305)
I think Flynn will do this again too, and if Lawsy buys another he will too.

I think George will be up for this as well (Judley, GTaaaaaarrrrrr!)

[email protected] 2nd December 2013 09:01 PM

Yeah I think will make a good series especially with a good few of us knowing how it goes.

FLYNN 2nd December 2013 09:03 PM

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Originally Posted by SamboGrove (Post 2248785)
Some might call that cheating mate if everybody else is capped at stage IV! ;)

You do what you've got to do ;)

Having a forged engine isn't a benefit on its own. The turbos however are, but they are still stock framed ;)

Im sure barry will be making it fair for all competing

Ja5on 2nd December 2013 09:36 PM

Would there maybe be two classes?
Standard turbo class and aftermarket turbo class.

CT17 2nd December 2013 09:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Ja5on (Post 2249057)
Would there maybe be two classes?
Standard turbo class and aftermarket turbo class.

Then you'll have to split out the oldies as they need a turbo swap to get closer to a stock R35.

Maybe a bhp figure around a stage 4 for one class and over that?
So

>620bhp.
<620bhp

Keep is as simple as possible.

I favour less classes and more cars per class at it breeds a bit of fun and competition.
Having numerous classes could mean only a few cars in some for some events.

I doubt my R32 with a fair amount of work and a turbo swap will be quicker than a stock R35.

FLYNN 2nd December 2013 09:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ja5on (Post 2249057)
Would there maybe be two classes?
Standard turbo class and aftermarket turbo class.

Yeah. Girls and boys classes :chuckle:

Ja5on 2nd December 2013 10:00 PM

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Originally Posted by FLYNN (Post 2249113)
Yeah. Girls and boys classes :chuckle:

Haha saw u on iracing last night.

FLYNN 2nd December 2013 10:04 PM

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Originally Posted by Ja5on (Post 2249129)
Haha saw u on iracing last night.

Still havent set up properly. Will do it now :) I log on automatically when I turn on my PC.

Drop me a pm next time you are going on. We'll have a few laps of Laguna Seca in the mazda ;)

git-r 2nd December 2013 10:04 PM

Fantastic news:)

Would love to do this although I'd only be able to do Snetterton and wouldn't be able to commit until the month before but if I'm free and have a working car I'll be there:)

Good work Barry!!! :bowdown1:

git-r 2nd December 2013 10:08 PM

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Originally Posted by CT17 (Post 2249105)
I doubt my R32 with a fair amount of work and a turbo swap will be quicker than a stock R35.

I don't;)

Goose did a 52.8 at brands on sun (apparently).. With new federal RS-r's:)

Then broke the transmission :(

Ja5on 2nd December 2013 10:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CT17 (Post 2249105)
Then you'll have to split out the oldies as they need a turbo swap to get closer to a stock R35.

Maybe a bhp figure around a stage 4 for one class and over that?
So

>620bhp.
<620bhp

Keep is as simple as possible.

I favour less classes and more cars per class at it breeds a bit of fun and competition.
Having numerous classes could mean only a few cars in some for some events.

I doubt my R32 with a fair amount of work and a turbo swap will be quicker than a stock R35.

ahhh yeh. Hmmm be a tricky one to get right

Johnny G 2nd December 2013 10:44 PM

Hmm. My Stage 4 with downpipes was 628bhp.
Is it best to just blanket Stage 4 + DP rather than just state a bhp figure, as it's subjective to a dyno.

CT17 2nd December 2013 10:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Johnny G (Post 2249345)
Hmm. My Stage 4 with downpipes was 628bhp.
Is it best to just blanket Stage 4 + DP rather than just state a bhp figure, as it's subjective to a dyno.

If you want to make it really easy, just do manuals and self drivers. ;)

Johnny G 2nd December 2013 10:49 PM

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Originally Posted by CT17 (Post 2249361)
If you want to make it really easy, just do manuals and self drivers. ;)

Or just run around? (I'm buggered no matter what way :D )


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