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    Hillclimb event footage from the weekend

    Here is two of my runs at the Noosa Hill Climb that I did last weekend. My little M42 got me 1st in class with 2nd being 5 seconds away from my pb of 64.88. The lap record for a car under 2L is 60 seconds done in a very tough Escort.
    This one is with my crash after the finish line
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1USCJ...GezLKIvKRDZ3GA
    This is my fastest run for the weekend
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrXek...GezLKIvKRDZ3GA

    #2
    Very cool! Any details on your build? Awesome driving, looks very quick. Also what's with the shifter 'shifting' around?

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      #3
      Thanks mate, can always go faster, just need bigger balls and a deeper pocket. Yeah I will look at that shifter movement. I do have solid engine mounts but only a rubber transmission one so maybe that's it. Here is a link to a previous build thread .

      http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=280474

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        #4
        nice car and cool footy! I really want to race hillclimbs! I always watch the stuff from Switzerland and Austria... Wish we had more of that in the states!

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          #5
          Love the way e30's handle at the limit. Any other car would've understeered into that k rail, unfortunately the track wasn't wide enough for you to pull it off the rest of the way.

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            #6
            I cant wait to get my car up to date with the suspension and other crap and start climbing the hills. Then may maybe maybe something wont go wrong with the 250k M20. Just maybe..

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              #7
              Nice like it...


              2.7L M20 11:1 COMP 195 whp Dyno Dynamics 2380lbs

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                #8
                Thanks for sharing. Marked improvement in confidence and car placement between the spin @ finish and FTD. Also, M42, M42, M42, woo-woo!!!

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                  #9
                  nice driving. that shifter was dancing around in the turns.

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                    #10
                    You look really quick! loving the m42 sound also
                    = Heidi 1988 325 -> 335i. 7200rpm built M30

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