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Re: The MR2 Australia SW20 2019/04/30 10:43:48 (permalink)
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I've been improving the air flow into the intercooler heat exchanger.








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Re: The MR2 Australia SW20 2019/05/01 17:43:52 (permalink)
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Were there any changes in temps and handling since your latest mods?

 
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Re: The MR2 Australia SW20 2019/05/01 18:04:43 (permalink)
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Temps were definitely lower. Idle air temp was 36 when waiting for the hill climb runs, and between 45 and 50 during multiple Clubman circuit laps. The number is just a number, and isn't super accurate regarding temperature. The only suspension change since I was last at Wakefield was the addition of 18x11 wheels on the rear.

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