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Paradox1

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  1. If you going with stage 1, then you dont need anything, just get it mapped. For a full stage 2 map, you need, Intake, Full exhaust, uprated intercooler & a high pressure fuel pump (or Internals)
  2. even 2008 models has it, its a option
  3. Ive got one that is basically a cig 12v at one end and a positive and Negative at the other end with a fuse in the line. basically something like this https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/12V-USB-Car-Cigarette-Lighter-Socket-Charger-Power-Adapter-Cable-Fuse-Waterproof/372688955342?hash=item56c5fe27ce:g:uZcAAOSwFaFdCyro
  4. Looking good scott, Glad to see you still got the R
  5. im going gunmetal alloys with Sliver calipers
  6. ive used rainsports 3s They were okay in the rain, the both blew out though, would never use them again
  7. Yes, Youd have less lag from pulling off. You have 410ftlbs of torque but it would come in sooner with a sports cat
  8. I went to a trackday last week, Drove a supposedly 450BHP R34 Skyline. that thing carries speed through corners ridiculously. 😀😀😀
  9. maybe with some heavy duty track pads like DS3000, but these ebc ones are great. Inspire so much confidence in braking. I wish you could try them to see the difference. And all update with insurance too!
  10. DS2500 aren't road legal either. many people do use trackpads on the road. I don't think there is any harm to be honest, they are more effective than oem road pads. Cold bite is better and can handle more head and abuse. I cant see a downside to be honest
  11. on paper bluestuff are . but ive never used ds2500 on track but doubt they would be any better
  12. Cobra for me. Love the sound
  13. EBC Yellowstuff OR Bluestuff if you want zero fade.
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