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  1. will300

    What oil temp is bad

    You ideally don't want it going above 125°c, without an oil cooler. It'd take some going to get it that hot on the street mind. Just make sure you run a decent oil and you should be fine. For referrence I'll happy run laps on the track with my oil at 125°c so long as it's stable at that temperature. However I'm also running Millers Nanodrive CFS oil, which is rated for 125°c with temperature spikes upto 150°c.
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    Fuel when lower compression

    You could always run a fuel additive such as VP Racing Octanium and have two maps one for with it and one without. https://vpracingfuels.com/product/octanium-unleaded/?c=207&
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    Rota TFS3

    The Rota TFS3 isn't available as a 17x7.5 in our fitment. You can get them in 18x8.5 with either a +35 offset or a +44 offset: +35 offset: https://rotashop.co.uk/products/356-wheels-tfs3-18-x-8-5-inch-5100-pcd-et35-silver?_pos=4&_sid=02bfbdd37&_ss=r +45 offset: https://rotashop.co.uk/products/356-wheels-tfs3-18-x-8-5-inch-5x100-pcd-et44-silver?_pos=1&_sid=02bfbdd37&_ss=r Alternatively you could get the Japan Racing JR7 in 17x8 +35: https://jr-wheels.com/category/jr7 Finally you could get the original wheel, that the Rota and Japan Racing are based off, the Enkei RPF1. This is available in 17x8 +35: https://enkei.com/shop/wheels/racing/rpf1/ Both the Enkei and Japan Racing wheels are also available in 18".
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    Bedford Autodrome - 11th Aug

    Trackday - Bedford Autodrome hosted by OpenTrack Wednesday, 11th August £157 with discount code: TRACKSTORMERS-21 https://opentrack.co.uk/view-dates
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    Oil for occasional track days

    ^ This. If your only doing fast road driving and 1 or 2 trackdays a year, then the OE oil will be fine. It might be worth asking your local Toyota dealer to see if you can get the Gazoo Racing specific oil. I know this is available for the Supra & GR Yaris: https://toyotagazooracing.com/jp/gr/grparts/oil/
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    Torque low - why?

    Don't forget our cars have quite a high compression ratio, which is favourable to N/A applications not boosted applications. Using you're above list, all the car listed have a lower ratio. 1. GR Yaris - 10.5:1 2. Golf GTi - 9.6.1 3. Civic Type R - 9.8:1 And as @Varelco states the conrods weren't specifically designed with boosted power in mind so they were made to support a lower torque limit.
  8. 86 Day Celebration at Caffiene and Machine Upon popular request the GT86 Drivers club will be joining Cult 86 (https://www.facebook.com/groups/cult86) at Caffeine & Machine to celebrate this years 86 day, on the following Sunday. This is a good excuse to get the community together with a great atmosphere and some nice food. If you're attending make sure to purchase your ticket in advance. Time slot 12:30-3:30. Tickets available through the Caffeine & Machine website, linked below. Date: Sunday 8th August Time: 12:30 Location: Caffeine & Machine Tickets: https://helmtickets.com/events/6899/caffeinemachine-weekend-tickets?iframe=1&d=1&op=1&slot=18485
  9. Event Title: Midlands Lunch Meet - Sat 19th June (Hoof Beats) Event Author: will300 Event Date: 19.06.2021 Hello Everyone As lockdown restrictions are now easing it's time to host another Midlands lunch meet. For this we'll be meeting at the Hoof Beats restaurant just of the A5 near Burntwood / Brownhills on Saturday 19th June at 11:30. I've provisionally booked an outside table for 6, we can book another table if we get more interest. The car park is a good size, however we expect it to get rather busy. Because of this and the fact I we'd all like to park closer together, we should park around the back of the restaurant where there is a large parking area. Please can we all aim to get there for 11:30, no earlier please. This will give us time for everyone to arrive before we sit down for lunch at 12. Here's the menu: https://www.hoofbeatsbnk.co.uk/main-menu/ Thanks for looking. Will Location: 9 Watling St, Brownhills, WS8 6JR Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/3EZj8FAjfCA4EbxA6 Date: Saturday 19th June From: 11:30 with lunch booked at 12:00. Midlands Lunch Meet - Sat 19th June (Hoof Beats)
  10. Hello Everyone As lockdown restrictions are now easing it's time to host another Midlands lunch meet. For this we'll be meeting at the Hoof Beats restaurant just of the A5 near Burntwood / Brownhills on Saturday 19th June at 11:30. I've provisionally booked an outside table for 6, we can book another table if we get more interest. The car park is a good size, however we expect it to get rather busy. Because of this and the fact I we'd all like to park closer together, we should park around the back of the restaurant where there is a large parking area. Please can we all aim to get there for 11:30, no earlier please. This will give us time for everyone to arrive before we sit down for lunch at 12. Here's the menu: https://www.hoofbeatsbnk.co.uk/main-menu/ Thanks for looking. Will Location: 9 Watling St, Brownhills, WS8 6JR Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/3EZj8FAjfCA4EbxA6 Date: Saturday 19th June From: 11:30 with lunch booked at 12:00.
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    HKS Supercharger - Design Flaw

    I've split the Harrop thread up to remove the HKS Supercharger chat as it holds no relevance to the Harrop discussion. Please keep all HKS chat to this thread.
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    Midlands Lunch Meet - Sat 15th May (Hoof Beats)

    Probably going to do one on the 19th.
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    Wheel Suggestions

    Look here, there is pretty much every wheel size and tyre combo listed: https://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=7535
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