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Nice and I doubt any overheatin'JScheier said:Had 2 days at PPIR (Fountain, Colorado) last weekend with NASA Rocky Mountain. Beautiful weather, upper 60's, zero humidity, light breeze. Managed to drop 4+ seconds off my best lap time in the M3 (double the HP and double the tire width).... then we got hit with the 'Blizzard' on Monday.
cloud9 said:Nice and I doubt any overheatin'
Appreciate the offer on the chicken coop but what year GT500 grille is it? I know I need a new one, just wasn't sure if I should get the billet or something else.JScheier said:Didn't overheat, but I did manage to get the gauge to move to about 3/4. PPIR is a tough track to gauge airflow on. Since it is basically a NASCAR bowl with an infield, there isn't much of a breeze inside the bowl. We'll see next month at Pueblo how the addition of the oil-cooler works.
FWIW, Justin Starkey had a write-up in the latest 5.0 where he added a supercharger... blah, blah, blah... but on the opening page there was a photo of the front of his car with a note that it was a 'Classic Design GT500 style' grill. Looks to be the ticket... much nicer than my hacked chicken-wire fiasco (which I still have should you desire it ).