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#1 User is offline   Brokenbrian 

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Posted 25 August 2014 - 10:24 PM

Evening thought it was about time i posted more of this years footage from the scottish hillclimbs.

Practice run from June Doune event
https://www.youtube....Lv060ReZTTmMh4g

Forrestburn timed run 2.
https://www.youtube....Lv060ReZTTmMh4g

Finally Fintray hillclimb up by aberdeen which was a new event for me this year and a 240 mile round trip in the puma so i'm glad i didn't bin it.
https://www.youtube....Lv060ReZTTmMh4g
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Posted 26 August 2014 - 08:06 AM

The middle track looks very interesting and the uneven surface adds to the difficulty lots of bounces.
Roll cage though I guess that would add weight? Or do you want to stay in production though I saw your 1600 question.
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Posted 26 August 2014 - 11:52 AM

Forrestburn is an interesting track as it shows up my lack of slipper diff (i do now have a quaife ATB to fit) and also shows that the lower power can be an advantage as i can beat more powerful cars in my class.
I plan on getting just a rear section of roll cage so that i have some protection and don not add a whole chunk of weight.
I would like to stay in the production class as it is easier having a raod leagal car that i can drive to and from events without having the expense of a trailer and then having to store it somewhere.
The thrid track suits cars with power due to the long drag to the first corner, which at the first split put me .5 of a second and more down on the rest of the cars in class.
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Posted 29 August 2014 - 08:15 AM

Good vids - looked like fun
John

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