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lumi-fan
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Re: Supercharged Lumina

Post by lumi-fan » Tue 30 May 2017, 14:49

Yup 400kw atw is more than enough. You will have to learn to drive it properly though. Anything more than 1cm of throttle input will make the rears to lose traction.

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Re: Supercharged Lumina

Post by ZA Perana » Tue 30 May 2017, 21:57

lumi-fan wrote:
Tue 30 May 2017, 14:49
Yup 400kw atw is more than enough. You will have to learn to drive it properly though. Anything more than 1cm of throttle input will make the rears to lose traction.

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Its going to the Professor aka Izak for a look over before I bring it to CT. I had originally hoped to do classic Aussie style road trip but work commitments put paid to that. The idea of blasting through the Karoo had big appeal. As did stopping at any small town I could find to see if the V8 is still remembered fondly in rural SA. Maybe one day!

I doubt I will ever turn the traction control off.
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Re: Supercharged Lumina

Post by lumi-fan » Wed 31 May 2017, 18:06

Dont turn it off. Izak will map it that it will have some degree of wheel spin. Works a treat.

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