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    SLC picture thread

    Heres a couple more, you degenerates!!! Lmao
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    Any Toronto SL-Cs?

    I am in Burlington Gentlemen and anyone wishing to have a look at my example of an SL-C is most welcome. Please feel free to contact me anytime and we can arrange a viewing. Thanks in advance and I look forward to hearing from any prospective SL-C owners. I can certainly answer any questions and...
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    New 917 manufacturer?

    the phone # is a Southern Ontario # down toward London Ontario. 519 area code goes all the way to Windsor or Sarnia. Its the whole southern Ontario region.
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    I may still put the vertical fins on Tom, just didn't have time before the show if you know what...

    I may still put the vertical fins on Tom, just didn't have time before the show if you know what I mean. Thanks for the reply and maybe if you hear of anyone looking for a set you could send them my way. As far as the 917 goes I plan to put a 3.8 L flat 6 with a 930 gearbox, air-cooled of course...
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    Tom, I have a set of Weber 48 IDA with linkage and intake for a small block Ford if you are...

    Tom, I have a set of Weber 48 IDA with linkage and intake for a small block Ford if you are interested. They are brand new and have never had fuel through them. I'm asking $3500 CDN for them. PM me if you are interested. I would of posted them in the gatage section but couldnt get a picture to...
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    Carlisle 2012

    "Attention Fran Mart shoppers" LMAO
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    NEW Martini RCR917 Toronto show this weekend

    I was waiting for that! LMAO not for long:laugh:
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    NEW Martini RCR917 Toronto show this weekend

    Yea Dave, that was one sweet car that motor was in also. Would love to have it as I am sure I could find a home for it:devil:. I'm thinking SL-C for sure. Don't think I would be qualified to drive it though. LMAO
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    NEW Martini RCR917 Toronto show this weekend

    Sorry Ben, they (pics) do exist but havent had time to sort through them. Stand by and I will post some. Thanks everyone for the kind remarks. It was quite frantic to make the show as I had 16 days to prepare the car. Many late nights needless to say but we have all been there. Despite many of...
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    Toronto Award Winning SL-C

    Thanks for the compliments and your right I ran VP12 race fuel for fear of detonation concerns. The Haltech management system helped a great deal and with less boost I would have been able to run a mixed fuel and probably keep the engine in one piece however this would be impractical for a...
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    Toronto Award Winning SL-C

    I apologise for not responding sooner but things have been quite insane around here what with getting ready for the London car show and also trying to move my home. I had no idea how much crap I could possibly accumulate in 20 years. The turbos are Ball bearing T3-T4 hybrids with a custom A/R...
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    Toronto Award Winning SL-C

    Thanks everyone for waiting patiently for follow-up pictures its been a while since pics of this car were first posted. Fran is correct that after many hours spent tuning and configuring the engine we posted some very healthy figures to say the least. The final configuration was achieved with...
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    You know what the SLC needs....

    One thought Alex is that there is some room in the area where my turbos are sitting but this will require plenty of heat shielding like mine because it puts them quite close to the rear bulkhead and believe me it will get hot. Whether or not you can make the bend and maintain equal length will...
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    You know what the SLC needs....

    Alex the problem you are gonna face when you start looking at yours in person is that the engine is pretty much up against the rear bulkhead and there is no room under the engine. There is a little room to either side but you also have to deal with the rear frame members that will make bundling...
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    You know what the SLC needs....

    Alex , your enthusiasm is infectious and I admire your determination but with the present rear clamshell configuration it will not fit without some major body rework and for what purpose-- Sound? Also something no one has mentioned and that is that the rear glass is acryllic and if you route...
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    "917" based on 914-6 for sale!!!

    Timbo, let it go Brother. Somebody put a lot of sweat equity into that car and for that he should be applauded. I myself do not like the car either but should i waste any time worrying about it? I think not! I have no intention of trying to buy it so as far as its value goes I could care less...
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    Canadian Coupe

    Howard, the wing mount system used by CRC is a modified version of one used by a GTP lights team that I was associated with. The increase in drag is minimal and by managing the airflow under the car which the wing mount avoids I will maintain fore and aft balance. The strength gained by the new...
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    Canadian Coupe

    Dan, the price in Canada will be dpendent on the exchange rate and for those wishing to build their own there is an administration fee to handle the border nonsense and depending on the complexity. You of course will have some duties and shipping which unfortunately is unavoidable. Other than...
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    Canadian Coupe

    The louvres will be raised and made in cf. I've just completed the molds and will be making the louvres shortly. I will post more pics. Sorry your not a fan of my paint job but you may change your mind when I'm finished with all the details.
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    Canadian Coupe

    Its not the diffuser that provides the lateral stability for the wing. The diffuser mainly provides the support forthe downforce generated by the wing but the lateral stabilty of the wing is predominately dependent on the vertical uprights, that are relatively close together and coupled with...
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