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MrDemonFits over stock :-) I am going for the Ti by pass pipe any way, more BHP and torque and 9lbs lighter out back.
BJ InnesMrDemonFits over stock :-) I am going for the Ti by pass pipe any way, more BHP and torque and 9lbs lighter out back.David, You want more bhp and torque from your GT3? Ye Gods! Or is it the noise regs that has driven you to this decision? 9llbs lighter out the back will hardly be noticed with 500bhp pushing the beast along. Enjoy! Brian
Motorhead The word is that the Spyder will be a soft top GT4, which would seem to be unlikely to me unless the GT4 chassis has been dumbed down significantly, i.e no GT3 front suspension components this time.
TwinfanThis is a GT4 thread, not a GT3 thread It should be a better car, it was almost twice the price/£50k more expensive Not sure where you're getting your MOT test information from, there's nothing added in the May 2018 changes that would back up what you're claiming. Do you have a source? Horses for courses, but for me the 9x7 (bit more raw) and 9x1 (bit more civilised) cars both have their merits depending on your personal needs. I think we're at the turning point now though regarding emissions, hybrids, noise etc. Things are going to change rapidly from hereon in.
TwinfanWhoopsy's info on Rennlist was road car - manual only, same spec GT4 vs Spyder, 420bhp - as was Fokker's on PH. Their info matched each other.
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