2nd Generation Specific 1986-1992 Discussion

Getting my car back!

Old 09-18-2010, 07:04 PM
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I got soo fed up with my stock wiring. I dropped my car off a month ago at T and R Racing in Queens, NY to have a Haltech Platinum Sport 1000 installed and tuned. Talked to them today, they had it on the dyno when I called they said they have a couple more issues to work out, but I can come by monday afternoon to pick it up. I'm so excited, after not having the car running right for the last year. I can finally find out what all my hard work is really capible of. I'm hoping for 400whp, but thats a long shot, I'm only running a BNR Stg 4 a stock hybrid. I would like to sell all the parts they replaced, Power FC and Commander mounted on stock FC ECU bracket, Datalogit, S4 Banzai adaptor to PFC, HKS Twin Power and Innovate LM1 wideband controller and other misc. to upgrade to a larger frame turbo, but all in time lol. So, I have to now figure out how to keep my 225s on the ground lol, but realistically right now have porshe rims on the car that I love, I dont know the offset, but they're 16x7.5 I believe. Can I put a 235 on them? If, I do they'll rub on my springs. I just barly clear now. Do you think spacers are acceptible? Are 235s even suitible for upper 300whp?? Any advice? I'll attach the videos and dyno sheet when I get them.

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Old 09-21-2010, 08:13 AM
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Are 235s acceptable? I had 245s on my n/a, haha. Held nice in the corners! They were on 17x8 Mustang GT wheels, only rubbed the fender a bit in the fronts under I folded the lip of the fender up.
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Old 10-19-2010, 11:45 AM
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bet your glad to be getting it back
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