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  1. Exactly, my thoughts. For fine adjustement you need to tweak length on both threads of each track rod. Adjusting, length only on the outer thread is too coarse.
  2. WP0ZZZ

    New 911SC owner advice

    No need for driving lessons, just a bit of practise and you will be fine. Those cars are quite small and have really good all round visibility compared to other sports cars.
  3. 1 mm sounds like a lot given the small lever arm!
  4. Lovely pair of reds! One the continent there are plenty of hills which make roads look like racing tracks! ❤️⛰️🏁
  5. WP0ZZZ

    Fuch Reps on Ebay

    Do they sell 15" original wheels?
  6. Not sure if it has been shared before. Weighs 1850 according to the owner. He says "it's flickable" but can not manage to make the rear end slide...
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    Oil Cooling

    Exactly. I'm now evaluating whether it's simpler/cheaper to change the stock SC front heat exchanger for a 3.2 style one change the oil lines running from the engine to the stock SC heat exchanger add a second oil heat exchanger to be extra safe and ready for the day when I upgrade the engine
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    Oil Cooling

    It was probably a decision based on cost... I have to say that in normal operation oil temperatures are perfectly fine. Yesterday, however, was quite hot and track driving put a thermal stress far beyond what I can achieve when driving fast on a public road! I have been looking at Elephant Racing finned oil lines. They are made out of brass which is a good thermal conductor. About 5 metres of finned oil lines exposed to airflow (I don't have rocker panels) could be a nice radiator in itself Has anyone around here tried them?
  9. Very interesting. Thanks for sharing!
  10. WP0ZZZ

    Oil Cooling

    At motorway speeds temperature is below 9 o'clock.
  11. WP0ZZZ

    Oil Cooling

    Thanks for all the comments. Later today, I'll check whether the front radiator gets hot. Something that I didn't mention and might be relevant is that when I bought the car the oil lines had been replaced with rubber hoses with external metal braiding. Although I removed the rocker panels (which should improve line cooling), I think that the rubber lines might less energy dissipation than the originals... Not sure if it's useful but in normal motorway traffic the oil temp gauge was below 9 o'clock although I guess that in this case all the energy dumping could be handled by the engine mounted cooler alone?
  12. WP0ZZZ

    Oil Cooling

    I did a trackday with my SC today with temps just south of 30 C and after a few hot laps the oil temperature was reaching the red line. I have the conventional SC front oil radiator: Would the Carrera 3.2 radiator be a significant improvement?
  13. Removable Bluetooth speaker to keep me entertained on the 100 mile trip to the track.
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