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  1. the ARB helped me achieve new best time, mare the 3s less than last year, from 2.11 to 2.08. which is pretty good. the car is up for sale, if anybody interested...
  2. i dont get it... ?!
  3. i just mounted it
  4. Whiteline Rear ARB
  5. nice. good luck! i start on the 1st of April. until then...new updates..new battery (thank you once again), new rear ARB...:)
  6. i have the stock radiator .i use the car to race on track, and during August in my country there are around 30-34 degrees C. Millers Oil...and thats it. make pauses often...let the car cool down..thats it.
  7. on the racetrack i use miller naodrive oil. it keeps the engine a few degrees cooler than others. also, i was trying to use the idea from some golf GTI which use a lower degrees thermostat in warmer countries (like middle orient and so), but i did not find an OEM code...
  8. i used to have front and rear on my ex S3, but there, i had both mounted at the same time. and felt very good. but for the front i had no option for lupo. apparently a few years ago H&R made one..but they stopped producing it. all of you have also sport suspension? when mounting the rear arb did you need additional parts or the ones from the bag were enough?
  9. ok, will set to middle. good to know. but whats the feeling..after?
  10. i bought one also, from kam racing, and will be mounted in the next weeks when the weather gets warmer.
  11. perhaps in PM...whats the weight? my car has 979kg with 2 seats. i try to lower it with odysse battery and other small stuff, taking out the 2nd seat... but rollbar alone is 40kg.
  12. nice one! in my country there is a lot of snow and -1 degree...so pretty cold.. but my advice...if you want it use the entire track width. in some corners you fail to touch the apex and to exit wide in order to keep the perfect track. and perhaps some gloves will help with the grip. also your hands could be better placed on the wheel. try to always have them opposed located. i make the same mistakes sometimes..i turn in too early and fail the apex. hope you dont mind i gave these pieces of advice. i went to 3 racing schools, and all of them repeated the same issues..there are very important.
  13. and 12V are ok? i have an oil temperature indicator which starts as a voltage indicator and shows 14V... i keep the car in a yard...with no socket connections...but i drive it at least once every 2 weeks... i am afraid not to do more damage than a stock battery but a 10kg weight loss on the rear...is quite impressive at this car total weight.. why did you chose the 35? i red that the 25 is enough. in fact also..the 20 is enough..but i wanted to be covered... have you tried charging the battery? can it work with usual battery chargers?
  14. i heard that you must keep it connected for a longer period..or plugged to the wall..something.. i will probably go for the Odyssey Extreme Racing 25 Battery. what type do you have?
  15. and the maintenance? something different?