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SOLD [NSW] Matte Black 2.2L Drag JAPJET - $17k

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thanks Ads, we have been engaged for 7 years, just getting out arse in gear and finalising it

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thanks Ads, we have been engaged for 7 years, just getting out arse in gear and finalising it

and how long have you building your car for?........obviously theres no correlation with the build and belated marraige :problem:

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Loz and I have decided to get married, ...

Hip, Hip, Hooray!

Finally. You don't rush into things, aye.

Congratulations from Wendy and myself.

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Thanks Gaz.

Adam Ive been building the car for just as long as we've been engaged

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No. Loz who owns HT / NS is a guy dating a model LMFAO

Loz is his last name :) Glen is first.

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I need this to go asap, I have taken parts off the car to reduce Price, Nos taken off, No Bride Seats, and No Te37's, they will be sold seperately after sale of the car, Put a Dogbox in it and the gearbox brace I have coming, and dont lunch it like I did at Jamboree and this will easily run a mid to low 11, it ran nearly 130mph with a 2.38 60ft, when it would be doing around the 1.460ft time, the tune that it has is very conservative, only 21psi so it still has so much more in it.

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Have u got a dyno graph print out? Would be nice to see.

Shame on the sale after so much hard work.

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Yeah Nigel its at home, will upload it tonight.

Yeah I'm disappointed to see it go but I never get time to drive it, and would rather see someone that has time to enjoy it, and after the cost of this wedding and paying off the house I cant see myself being able to afford a ppg gearset to put back in it. Ive been driving it a little with the standard box and its handling it fine.

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Not sure how to convert the tractive effort to nm of torque

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Not sure how to convert the tractive effort to nm of torque

You can't, Newtons are force and Newton metres are energy and neither can be converted into the other.

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Question was

"Not sure how to convert the tractive effort to nm of torque"

Answer, You can't.

That is unless you add another factor, distance (the circumference - rolling radius, of the wheel) which is what you have done with the formual in the other thread.

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Yeah I spoke to my engine builder/tuner this arvo about this, pretty happy with my dyno graphs though

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Price drop $19K, this will be going on Carsales once Dan gets my passenger guard back to me, and even if a member buys it, it will be fixed before the sale

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Drop to $18K, by the looks of it Loz and I are splitting up, so I have no time or room for the car, and as shes a half owner Im not hanging onto it after it happens

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Just make sure it s got no scratches , dents or rust k mark. cheers ang give him 8 grand. i ll fix u up

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