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Posted 19-07-2012 at 21:51 by Aidy Comments 12
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Hi guys, I thought you might be interested in the development of my evo build; project eXcalibur.

Many of you know me from way back and know I've always had evos, but I've been hankering for something a little special so thought I'd do my own build, and here it is for you all to see, and maybe get inspired by? I'm going to go into a lot of detail in this blog and leave nothing out.

In April I bought a car, and it looked like this;

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Posted 07-05-2012 at 13:21 by Aidy Comments 3
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The SST (Sportronic Shift Transmission) offering in the Evo X is Mitsubishi's take at a twin-clutch, 6 speed, semi-automatic transmission. In a nutshell, the twin-clutch design means that two gears can be selected at the same time on separate input shafts; one odd gear and one even. So going up the box, while you are in second gear, third might also be selected so when it comes to change from second to third the clutches are just swapped and third gear is engaged much quicker and smoother than...

Posted 05-08-2010 at 21:45 by Aidy Comments 0
CarLimits runs a number of driving days at a number of venues, the one I attended was an airfield day with 4 people, however they run days for 2 people too and I'm sure you could even get them to yourself if you wanted. Having so few people there was good for the turnaround, but as everything was done in your own car there was still a fair bit of waiting around as each person needed instruction on their own while the others waited. At some points you were able to practice other things on your...

Posted 04-08-2010 at 21:17 by Aidy Comments 0
"Keep to the left, threshold brake, turn, back on the throttle, trail brake and dig in, double apex but hold a single line, brake, feather the throttle and constant speed through these bends..." That's about 15 seconds worth of instructions you'll be processing when you're on a CAT Driver Training Day such as the one recently organised by the MLR's driver training co-ordinator. The previous days looked like great fun so I didn't have any hesitation in signing up for the latest one....
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Posted 23-02-2014 at 21:05 by Aidy Aidy is offline
Looks lovely!
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Posted 23-02-2014 at 19:15 by aterro aterro is offline
:lol: Sometimes the...
Posted 22-07-2012 at 11:43 by AshKor AshKor is offline
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Originally Posted by Svengali
is it still a 10?
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Posted 21-07-2012 at 09:43 by Aidy Aidy is offline
is it still a 10?
Posted 21-07-2012 at 03:00 by Svengali Svengali is offline



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