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    Default CSCA Supersprint Round 6

    Ran yesterday at Wakefield. Son John picked up 1st in the class and I was a distant 2nd. Not great times, plenty to sort out with new suspension components. It was also great to see Adrian Wuillemin back at the track. Here's some footage:

    CSCA Supersprint 2014 Round 6, Wakefield Park - Peugeot 205 - YouTube

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    Peter,
    won't John give you any tips?


    What best lap times did you three do?
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    Nice boys!

    Looking forward to results. Adrian, how was the new engine?
    I was there Thursday for an open day. Was super hot, lots of guys cars dying, the mighty pug didnt miss a beat!!

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    Great footage there Peter thanks for sharing.
    Good quality video and so much information
    Think I will need to watch it many times to absorb it all.
    Great results for you both.

    Paul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGRR View Post
    Peter,
    won't John give you any tips?


    What best lap times did you three do?
    We made a big change on the rear shocks for the last session, which John got to drive. I didn't mind not having another run. On the video he gets a 10.9 but officially it will be 1:11.01. I'll get something like 11.7 and Adrian around 13.0. John did a great job of putting the data on the video and could have displayed a lot more engine data. It's good to see the oil pressure staying steady but the oil temp still climbs, despite fitting a larger 19 row cooler. We'll need to look more closely at air flow.

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    Great work guys.

    How are you going to get around the oil temp issues?

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    Leave it on the trailer!.

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    Get new tyres and learn how to tune the shocks...Done worry about oil temp, it was 31degrees and 120 is not that high for quality oil....
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    Nice work Adrian. Notice you have a very soft limiter, or is that shift cut?
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    That was the 7800 limiter. Also a grelim in the car that is making it cut out, think a dying fuel pump or TPS
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    It's amazing how the oil pressure drops on the hairpin, then recovers. Whereas mine, whilst overall lower, is constant, only decreasing with temperature. The only difference between our engines is the oil galleries in the crank and the way the oil is delivered from the accumulator. Your's sounds heaps better than mine. Time to get rid of the pea shooter exhaust. That has to be worth 4 secs...

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    Peter, I noticed on the incar vid that yours maintained a healthy 45psi. What's the diff between the 2 engines? Is Adrian's the alloy block where the return supply from the head drops on to the pump sprocket-an issue they improved on with the iron block.
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    Adrian's setup is almost identical yours, except he's added external oil returns on the back of the head. It has all the XU10 bits in it and a double trap door sump, etc. It's got me stumped. An iron block is the obvious solution.

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    Peter thanks for posting the video. Number One lad is running up there next Monday so this is going to be used as a tutorial with me yapping away in the background. "Don't hit the kerbs!" and other sage like pointers.
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