Edited: Just looking back at that vid the Manifold is not fitted there. You can hear much less induction noise and checked the dates and it went on after this.
Thanks Matt. I spend quite a bit on tyres (ZZRs ) and have done in driver training over the years as this is the best bang for your buck in my view.
I have had the car for 10 years and it’s evolved gradually over time.
It has 2bular manifold (huge difference I found) sports cat, 2bular 8” back box, TRD air box, Hangar 111 GT map with the lower cam change. Lightweight flywheel.
One good mod I did was forged cup 260 wheels as the reduced rolling mass made the car feel quicker and ride better.
Brakes are standard just with braided hoses. But I run CL RC6 and cheap discs (EBC grooved) and just eat through the cheap discs. Braking performance is incredible with that set up. But I bleed the brakes about 3 times a year as this is where you loose performance and confidence ( as you said).
I had some driver training from Jake Hill (BTCC) which involved him lapping my car and he couldn’t believe how it stopped.
Back on Track look after and set the car up for me, who I can’t recommend highly enough. They’ve guided me through the mods over the years!
matt447 wrote: ↑Fri Jul 31, 2020 11:09 am
Ha! I was watching your video just a little earlier today - looks awesome and, have to say it - you are a MUCH better driver than me, so full marks on that department!
Can I ask if you have any engine mods at all or is it standard? Any brake upgrades? Just very interested - don’t have many other NA owners to ask questions!
DEH83 wrote: ↑Fri Jul 31, 2020 11:00 am
Sounds like a great day and photos look awesome.
Don’t want to tempt you, but here’s National with a short ratio box on an N/A