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There may be hope for me one day owning a crd, anything that comes out of UFI would have there tick of approval!
About the only neg thing I've heard is sydos UFI fan hub shenanigans which was mostly his fault I've heard...

Looking forward to seeing the graph
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Not always, my comment above is waiting for UFI gear.

Interested to see your graph and more importantly your rig drives, drivability is more important that the ultimate number on the graph.
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Not always, my comment above is waiting for UFI gear.

Interested to see your graph and more importantly your rig drives, drivability is more important that the ultimate number on the graph.
I suppose being in Sydney there is that thing called freight to deal with also.
Either way when you get your gear no doubt you will be happy.
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There may be hope for me one day owning a crd, anything that comes out of UFI would have there tick of approval!
About the only neg thing I've heard is sydos UFI fan hub shenanigans which was mostly his fault I've heard...

Looking forward to seeing the graph
Don't you start Gee how do i fit a fan hub ? is it 4 bolts
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Don't you start Gee how do i fit a fan hub ? is it 4 bolts
Well nuts actually, sorry for pointing out the obvious lol
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Not always, my comment above is waiting for UFI gear.

Interested to see your graph and more importantly your rig drives, drivability is more important that the ultimate number on the graph.
As you will soon see we have achieved exactly that
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Well nuts actually, sorry for pointing out the obvious lol
That's awesome thanks Shaun. Probably why i asked is it 4 bolts ? I don't do the work
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Not bagging UFI on waiting times but I waited 8months for my 16L
That was the height of the big UFI/DC boom though! Worth the wait as they say
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Bloody good on ya Matt. I wasnt even aware you guys were playing around with the vnt stuff. Really opens up some options for members thats for sure!
I can see this being far bigger than the td42 market for sure.
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There is is fellas.
And it feels so much better to drive than the graph reflects.

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Can a mod change that pic so its not on that crappy angle please.

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So the green dashed line is power at the wheels with ufi and solid green is power with gturbo?

Is that the correct way to read it?
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Yes thats the one

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Same for the red lines ?
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Yep. All dotted new and solid old

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Was just looking at the graph in the link Klappers put up. Is that a different turbo again ?
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No. Had a new fuel rail relief and changed an injector and a bit more boost since that chart klappers linked.

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What size and type of tyres?
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