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08-31-2007 01:02 AM
CPD Racing woa, sorry, i completely missed it. really it's just making what the supercharger kit is rated for (i think it was 250hp?) it has never been dyno'd so we don't have any hard numbers to brag about. as the car is, we get a lot of wheel spin in the first three gears, so we arn't so worried about traction as much as handling/reliability/driver skill. even then, mechanically all that happens is we break the occasional axel... on that topic, anybody know who makes good ones???
08-30-2007 10:25 AM
NikiterZTS thats cool.....you don't have to answer my quastion :(:(
08-29-2007 11:24 PM
killer ZETEC damn. there goes my idea. oh well i'll keep one in mind for my drift car
08-29-2007 07:02 PM
CPD Racing hydraulic handbrakes are great for rallying, you still have to use a little muscle on it, but there is no doubt it locks the wheels. for the rally cars we HAVE to run the brake lines inside the car anyway, so installing it is part of runnign the new brake lines.

for a street car i wouldn't reccomend it for a few reasons; 1. you have to a run new brake line (which involves blocking one rear line off so you just have one going through the cylinder, then splitting it again near the rear of the vehicle to go to each caliper) 2. it typically makes it hard to bleed the brakes cus there is a new spot for air bubbles to get trapped in 3. it CAN NOT be used as a parking brake, because fluid WILL slowly slip past the cylinder overtime. a few minutes is fine, but a few hours and your car will roll away.
08-29-2007 05:28 PM
killer ZETEC hmm how do you like the hydraulic handbrake and was it hard to install??
i hate the way the ebrake just cant get the rear wheels to lock no matter how hard you pull on it
08-29-2007 03:29 PM
Algorhythm Man that's awesome.
08-29-2007 01:48 PM
WeeAsp Welcome !!

I love to see a true Privateer team do well!

I love it when we get to stick it to the factory teams!!!

Keep us posted !!

#64 ST BMW 330Ci Grand American Road Racing Cup car!
08-29-2007 11:09 AM
CPD Racing
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Carpe solvere = seize the money...just so you know...The wife teaches Latin.
good to know, i know it was suposed to be seize the paycheck, but i don't think any of us have taken Latin.
08-28-2007 11:42 PM
NikiterZTS thats freacking cool

what does your focus push to the wheels? tq?
08-28-2007 11:36 PM
viney266 Carpe solvere = seize the money...just so you know...The wife teaches Latin. LOL..

Yeah, I had a good friend who was team cheap...I have also seen team coffee.
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