Having fun learning how to make 3D images for printing. Making some Gurney flaps for the tracspec hood grill and hoping it drops the engine temps some more.
Was making a new shifter but it looked a lot like a dildo. So will have to try that again.
Hope you found the issue. That thing look yucky. If that does not work take a look to see if there is an extension on the driver side O2 sensor? If so, maybe the connections developed some play. I had the "typical" O2 sensor and misfire codes when I purchased my car and was tuned to E85. After getting dyno'd and tuned to 92 I still got the codes. Out of frustration I ran the routing and found an extension on the driver side O2 sensor. Did this and no more codes - 2 track days and a few hundred miles. Just another avenue to look just in incase.Well last race I could only pass the GT4 cars on braking as I did not have to power to pass them on corner exit or the straights as usual. looks Like we found the culprit. Had a P0300 code and it felt very much like not having done a crank relearn (which I did).
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Now to find out why. The gearbox is leaking a little oil so I thought that might be it, but in this case the sensor looks oxidized....