NC track build

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eflove
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NC track build

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The time has come to put up or shut up with the build I've had in my head for the last year. I have been picturing a car that will keep up with a gt3 at the track and still drive home. I might do some "racing" with it but W2W isn't my thing. Really I just want to go fast. Talking over with anyone who would listen for months I'm sure they are all tired of it. Time to stop talking about it and dive in. Sorry for the cell phone pics.
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eflove
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Re: NC track build

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eflove
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Re: NC track build

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Put the 2.5L in
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rpmchris
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Re: NC track build

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Well done. Can't wait to see more progress!
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Brian
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Re: NC track build

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Looking good, love it....have not seen anybody do an NC build this serious since our own NCLIGHT project.

Looking forward to more updates and pics!
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jboemler
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Re: NC track build

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That's some really nice-looking work! I love the OEM-look center console... :mrgreen:
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Much like ours on NCLIGHT....simple and effective.

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eflove
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Re: NC track build

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Well after talking to Brian this morning it looks like i'm stuck with getting light weight rotors and oem rx-8 calipers if I want to keep the rpf1's :?
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Re: NC track build

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Yep, straight spokes on 17x9 45mm RPF1 didn't leave any room for 4 piston or 6 piston calipers.
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rpmchris
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Re: NC track build

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The 17x10 RPF1 does fit the BBKs...I have the RB setup from Brian.
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