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  1. For sale is my grey MY12 Supercharged GT86 – 40k miles. The Sprintex is a positive displacement twin-screw supercharger that brings a heap of midrange torque that gives the car the feeling of a larger engine and no torque dip as well as some extra noise character as it creates a lovely whine as the boost increases. The car was last dyno’d at 240bhp and 195lb.ft at the hubs on a Dynapack dyno (circa. 280-290bhp / 205 lb.ft), which is roughly +80bhp / +55 lb.ft over a stock car. Notably this has been further tuned with the intake and exhaust since this was done so those may be a little conservative. Dyno sheet at the bottom. The EcuTek tune on the car will be configurable to the buyers preference as well. The exhaust system has been chosen to ensure that it has more character and volume than stock but does a job similar to the Q300 in that it keeps the volume down under normal day to day driving. Car has been looked after by Abbey Motorsport and serviced with all receipts. Private plate will be removed before sale. I’m putting the car up at £13,750 O.N.O and all OEM parts that I've kept are available to go with the car, but I will consider removing any of the mods marked with an asterix to put back to N/A and lower the price accordingly. With all parts removed it’s up for £11,750 O.N.O . Reg: September 2012 Mileage: 40,400 Gearbox: Manual 1 Owner from new Cloth seats MOT until September 2021 FSH - Year 8 service carried out Oct 2020 plus new serpentine belt and oil in the supercharger Spark plugs and clutch replaced Nov 2020 4 new Goodyear Eagle Asymmetric 5s fitted early 2020 - covered about 1000 miles Reversing camera fitted All receipts and documents available No outstanding recalls Location: Kent / East Sussex Performance - Sprintex Supercharger Intercooled System with 70mm Raceseng Pulley* - Tuned using EcuTek (Running the most current compatible Cal-ID and RaceROM Version) - Berk High Flow Cat* - Cobra Overpipe* - Q300 Style Exhaust - Airaid Intake* - Decatted OEM Manifold - Cosworth Low Temp Thermostat - Mishimoto Baffled Oil Catch Can x2* Cosmetic - Interior - Alcantara Binnacle Cover by AJ124 - Brushed Metal Effect Wrapped Dash Parts - OEM Black Interior Parts (TCS / VSC Buttons, Steering Wheel) - P3 Gauge with Oil Pressure Upgrade* Cosmetic - Exterior - Subaru Auto-Fold Wing Mirror Module - De-badged with Black Toyota Emblems - Carbon Fibre Rear Diffuser - Carbon Fiber Rear Spats - VLAND V2 Sequential Rear Lights - LED Indicators, Reverse & Front Fogs Lights - LED Smoked Side Indictors - Tarmac Sportz Bonnet Dampers Suspension, Chassis & Brakes - Litchfield Springs - Whiteline Positive Shift Bush - SuperPro Front Camber Bolts - Abbey Motorsport Geo Setup - Porsche GT3 Brake Ducts My car blog is here so you can check out the history and progress of the car with more pics etc. 70mm Pulley (fitted) vs Standard 75mm Sprintex Pulley (Stock Dyno = 166bhp / 140 lb.ft)
  2. I have for sale a Sprintex Inter-cooled Supercharger Kit.This kit was on my car for around 15K miles.I am looking for £2000 for the kit.I will not be posting or shipping this kit, I dont want it to be damaged in transit.I am located in Hailsham BN27, but im often around the Gatwick area.sprintex 1 by Richard Beale, on FlickrSprintex 2 by Richard Beale, on Flickrsprintex 3 by Richard Beale, on FlickrSprintex Plumbing by Richard Beale, on FlickrSprintex Pump and loom by Richard Beale, on Flickr
  3. rob275

    Robs S/C GT86 Project

    I love doing these threads, gets you all excited Will post everything tomorrow DYNO Plots:
  4. Putting my GT86 up for sale if anyone is interested, below is the list of modifications 25k Miles // FSH (When I run around and get it stamped at Abbey Motorsport) Milltek CAT Back exhaust system (not including the overpipe) ROTA Titan 17x9" ET42 wheels with Dunlop Sportmaxx RT's (235/45/17) TEIN Streetflex Coilovers with EDFC Active Pro & GPS Addon RaceX baffled sump Sprintex 210 Supercharger (300hp & an amount of torque I don't have to hand at the moment) Mapped with ECUTEK by Abbey Motorsport Dixcel HS Discs & Dixcel Z Type Pads all round Five:AD Kit fully smoothed & blended OEM Audio+ Audio System Carbon interior trim (real carbon) Tints I've probably forgotten some bits but I think most the important stuff is there.... Because it's dirty and I can't wash it here are some old pics of it... asking for £23000 as i'll undoubtedly get knocked down in price if anyone is interested. May split things off for the right price.
  5. Going to post my TSS Runs here throughout the rounds, I've only watched two of the runs back so far and can immediately see how shit I am. Criticism and advice welcome, so far what I can see is I'm braking too early still (Silly habit of mine) and braking for no reason on some of the corners. Also too wide on them, had I watched these back at lunch I probably could of shaved some good time off if I thought about it sensibly Round 1 - Blyton Park Run 1 - 1:23.18 Run 2 - 1:22.75