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Hi Paul and gang (sorry can't remember all the names)

Just to say thanks for the work today on getting the FRS on my champ White fn2 :) although it didn't want to play and cause extra work, you guys persevered and got it sorted..

Had a chance to test it out and I'm v happy so far..


P.s thanks for the spin in the black fn2 monster, food for thought...

Was it 215.7 bhp on the dyno for my fn2?

Which I'm surprised but well happy with :)


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It was a pleasure. Odd it took so much longer than normal but we do like to get things spot on.
Yeah was 215. Very cold today so numbers probably bit higher than normal but we do see 205-215 on standard cars on our dyno.
Hondas little secret, bit like Nissan did with the GTRs ;) ;)
 

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Ha ha trust you to think of that one. I'm his biatch not you.'The only thing he drills is my credit card he he
 

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I also had today my FRS installed in Greece with remote support from Neil. I tested the car and it looks much better. Of course Eibach Pro Kit is perfect. The car is more smooth in normal driving and hard enough in the corners.
Altought i believe the front allignment is not 100% correct. I believe needs more camber.
I would appreciate if any other member with FRS send me a pm with final allignment figures from TDI in order to confirm my figures.

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Guys with FRS on board please send me in pm your print out after the allignment.
I have request the same from Neil @ TDI North therefore i want to see who is faster.

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Thank you so much Steve. Similar figures communicated by TDI to me.

Many thanks to TDI North guys (Neil, Paul, Lou) for clarifying the FRS settings these days.Excellent service so far.
Totally proposed for remote delivery business as they will not give up untill they will provide 100% complete service.

You are very lucky guys up there (UK) that you can receive such high quality tunning services.

FN2. Amazing car. Now look forward for Flash pro.
 

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You may only get 1.75 degrees negative camber with adjustable top mounts possibly because the hub back hits the shockabsorber body before you reach this with adjustable camber bolts. Hope this helps. ;)
 

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Thanks for clarification Dave.
As i said lucky customers in UK that receiving high quality tunning services.
 

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Hi guys,

Coming back again i need to clarify further. How is it possible to set a camber -1.75 degrees even with adjustable top mounts? 1 degree has 60 degree minutes therefore -1.75 should be -2.15.

Can you clarify the measuring parameter? Is it degrees, inches, cm?

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Clever question and you are right but 1.75 is also 1 3/4 on some gauges. In UK we sort of hover between metric, imperial and fractions with no consistency! ;)
 

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1 degrees 45 minutes = 1.75 degrees
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1 degrees 45 minutes = 1.75 degrees
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So 1 degree 25 minutes how much? What is the conversion rate?

Sorry but i am bit lost. The car with 1 degree 45 minutes is only for race use. Can not be driven in motorway with 200 Km per hour.

Therefore how much should be the front camper?

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So 1 degree 25 minutes how much? What is the conversion rate?

Sorry but i am bit lost. The car with 1 degree 45 minutes is only for race use. Can not be driven in motorway with 200 Km per hour.

Therefore how much should be the front camper?

Thanks.
25 minutes / 60 minutes = 0.416 degrees
So 1 degree & 25 minutes = 1.42 degrees ;)
 
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