To put it fair, the car does have 10 second potential, but I simply cannot get the thing to hook up.
I am in the process of doing a number of things including bigger tyres and better suspension to help it with the traction.
After running a best of 13.26 @ 119.7 in it's first race back in November and now with a best of 12.18 @ 126.8 with just some beefier rear dampers, better tyres and 2 psi more boost, the car is definately progressing nicely.
I set the target of running an 11 or 130 mph terminal by the end of the year and by god it will happen.
I will keep you updated.
And for those of you who haven't seen this video, here's one of me against an R32 (the one I raced in the USSC final)...
seeing as the Pulsar GTiR is originally a 4WD system, any thoughts or attempts at hooking up the rear wheels as well? I myself am considering a GTiR transplant into a small inconspicuous car, but having 4WD is important - if I can't get that to work, I probably won't do the project.