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  1. Bill Pemberton

    S197 3V Fabman's build; How did we get here?

    Oil mods ------he runs " Green " , Canola 5-50W , ha!!
  2. Bill Pemberton

    S197 3V Fabman's build; How did we get here?

    So you are saying you got screwed in the Corkscrew, or do I have everything turned around, ha. Just nice that wall did not come any closer and imagine for a moment you may have become a member of the " Brown Streak " racing team?
  3. Bill Pemberton

    S197 3V Fabman's build; How did we get here?

    Down in the Southern Hemisphere rumor is there is a 15 HP gain due to the dry air and the tracks proximity to the Chilean Vineyards!
  4. Bill Pemberton

    S197 3V Fabman's build; How did we get here?

    ....and a TrackMustangsOnline.com decal adds 10 more RWHP, remember!!
  5. Bill Pemberton

    S197 3V Fabman's build; How did we get here?

    No magic percentage but when we were running Woodhouse Motorsports at Woodhouse Auto Family we always used a Mustang Dyno and felt it was more accurate. Surprisingly we often got almost identical readings as the Manufacturer posted, but when we did use a Dynojet ( rarely ) it seemed we were...
  6. Bill Pemberton

    S197 3V Fabman's build; How did we get here?

    Having raced Spec Miata for quite awhile I think all cars are momentum cars, and the weight reduction is always a pleasant surprise -- easier on brakes as Fabman mentioned, then add longer tire life and he may find himself not driving a slow car at all? Less weight up front also, so better...
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