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Author:  drcooper [ Mon Jan 26, 2015 9:05 pm ]
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Yes please!! :cry:

Author:  Yeti [ Mon Jan 26, 2015 9:49 pm ]
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Quote:
and maybe a torsen speer would be better for winter!
I don't think this bad for winter, i loved it :). If the initial closing torque is too strong, then the car is aggressive, but is always the same and handy (on my opinion).
If the initial closing torque is too weak, the change is very strong, when the LSD lock.

You need more km, practise...after them you love this, and you will be lot of fun time :wink: :)

Author:  drcooper [ Mon Jan 26, 2015 10:21 pm ]
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Quote:
You need more km, practise...
And maybe more salt on the road when rain is freezing! :D
Thank you Yeti, I always thought the torsen was more progressive... and maybe my speer has to wear a little bit more, it has only covered 3000 kms since its rebuild.

Author:  Yeti [ Tue Jan 27, 2015 8:00 am ]
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Quote:
And maybe more salt on the road when rain is freezing! :D
It would not be handicap :mrgreen:

The torsen and quaife LSD don't close suddenly with full torque, therefore can you use/handle easier, it's true.
But here lot of people don't have torsen or quiafe, because are not too "popular".
BMW standard LSD is also lamerral (with minimal initial closing torque), in turn the M-Technik engines are 320-340 HP. :mrgreen:
And lamerral LSD to Lada has long been present in Hungary (since ca. 25-30 years), some Guys create this professional level (straight cut gearbox also).

Author:  drcooper [ Tue Jan 27, 2015 1:05 pm ]
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I bought mine from Bodogan Ferenc... but maybe i can sell my speer to buy a torsen...

Author:  Yeti [ Tue Jan 27, 2015 1:36 pm ]
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You know :)
Quote:
...my speer locked, and... The car turned on itself three time. :(
Push out the clutch :wink:

Author:  drcooper [ Tue Jan 27, 2015 8:34 pm ]
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Yes, I think i almost made a hole in the floor when I pushed it out! :lol:
But it was way too late, and despite my 4 Michelin X-Ice...

Author:  kisB [ Tue Jan 27, 2015 9:35 pm ]
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I think in this case doesn't really matter if you use lamellar or torsen. Ice is ice, the only solution you should control the car, take actions (before) not reactions (after the slip)... Think forward. All about practicing.
I went on snow and ice with both of LSDs, and I think your accident didn't happen because of them.
If I would be "evil", these were typical "racedriver" sentences... The car, the tyre, the weather... :) (it was just joking, wouldn't harm you :) )

to sum it up, if I were you, I wouldn't change anything on the car...

Author:  drcooper [ Tue Jan 27, 2015 9:44 pm ]
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:lol: :lol:
Oh maybe just my bumper and panhard bar maybe!!

Author:  kisB [ Tue Jan 27, 2015 11:00 pm ]
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I meant change, not replace of course :P
But with a curved panhard maybe you can practice the sudden movements better :)

Author:  drcooper [ Tue Jan 27, 2015 11:34 pm ]
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well I think It's time to buy an adjustable panhard if I can spot one.
And Bodogan's speer is a full race model, it locks in every turn even in summer... Maybe a little bit hard for everyday use, but really fun! I hope I can tune it softer.

Author:  htstibi [ Wed Jan 28, 2015 3:20 pm ]
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you dont need to buy the hole adjustable panhard. The adjuster part is available some time in here, and you can weld it in place. The postage will be much cheaper.

Author:  drcooper [ Wed Jan 28, 2015 7:55 pm ]
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mine is badly bent... :(

Author:  htstibi [ Sat Jan 31, 2015 8:07 pm ]
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Hi, some offers arived for bumper in our topic. Please check it. :wink:

Author:  drcooper [ Sat Jan 31, 2015 9:04 pm ]
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Thank you Htstibi!

Author:  drcooper [ Sat Jan 31, 2015 9:05 pm ]
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KisB, do you remember which type of speer you had then??
http://youtu.be/LGegMnVLRcc

Author:  Yeti [ Sat Jan 31, 2015 10:04 pm ]
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Believe you, lamellar is very good! :wink:
"Everybody" use this in Hungary, Finland, GB, Germany.... (in RWD/FWD and old AWD).
I used (2, 3) in my (ex)lada, I never need torsen :).
I stoped the "racing" in 2010 :( (bought my flat), and now we bulid my Sierra mk2. It's a "low cost" projekt, therefore I haven't sperr...only fix diff. (welded).
Don't like this, but it is from little money. If I have money, I would like buying lamellar sperr....
I don't drove racecar for 4 years, and this is my first test with my cossie. It's not perfect, but it's usefull.

We said...you need only more km, more routine, belive you we want the best for you :wink:

Author:  kisB [ Sun Feb 01, 2015 5:48 pm ]
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At that time I used torsen, but I can do the same with welded or lamellar...
Momentum, shift lock, some movements with the steering wheel and all type do nearly the same :)
On tarmac torsen is better for going fast - without intentionally sideway - but on ice there is no matter the type :(
I'm arranging the rear bumper :wink:

Author:  drcooper [ Sun Feb 01, 2015 7:46 pm ]
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I see this is more efficient, not much sideways for the show... Surely safer for driving my car every day! It's a hard work to turn sideways in the traffic!! :D

Author:  kisB [ Sun Feb 01, 2015 8:28 pm ]
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maybe your's have a bit more preload than it needed, but if you didn't have any problem yet just now on the ice, I'm continuosly saying there is nothing to change... I used a lamellar for 3 years (in traffic too) and had no disadvantages...
And now I have both of them and there's no hesitate to use one or other...

Author:  drcooper [ Thu Feb 12, 2015 10:01 pm ]
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Has anyone ever ordered something from tuningsport.ru ??

I asked them how to pay with safety and they sent me this list of bank accounts...

Добрый день.
Данные для оплаты заказа:

1. Доллары США (USD)

IP Ivanova O.V.
Account No. 40802840100001000209
with OJSC "Promsvyazbank" Moscow, Russia, SWIFT: PRMSRUMM, correspondent account N__________ with___________

Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas,
New York, NY, USA
SWIFT: BKTR US 33
Account No. 04410090

JP Morgan Chase Bank, New York
New York, NY, USA
SWIFT: CHAS US 33
Account No. 400942143

Standard Chartered Bank
1095 Avenue of the Americas
New York, New York 10036, USA
SWIFT: SCBL US 33
Account No. 3582021663001

The Bank of New York Mellon
One Wall Street, New York, NY
10286, USA
SWIFT: IRVTUS3N
Account No. 890-0536-209

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
New York, NY, USA
SWIFT: PNBPUS3NNYC
Account No. 2000193006278

2. Евро (EUR)

IP Ivanova O.V.
Account No. 40802978900001000164
with OJSC "Promsvyazbank" Moscow, Russia, SWIFT: PRMSRUMM, correspondent account N__________ with___________

Deutsche Bank AG
Taunusanlage 12, 60325 Frankfurt/Main Germany
SWIFT: DEUT DE FF
Account No. 10094751040000

Commerzbank AG
Kaiserplatz,60261 Frankfurt/Main, Germany
SWIFT: COBADEFF
Account No. 400887181600


Do you think I can trust them????

Author:  drcooper [ Fri Feb 20, 2015 7:41 pm ]
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No idea :?: :?:

Author:  Priki [ Sat Feb 21, 2015 9:42 pm ]
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I am sure that you can trust them, I am working with other suppliers from Russia, without issues.
The tuningsport.ru is a serious site, popular within russia.

Author:  drcooper [ Sat Feb 21, 2015 9:47 pm ]
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I only found strange that they have so many bank accounts! Which way do you use to pay them Priki? Maybe can you sell me what I need?

Author:  Priki [ Sat Feb 21, 2015 9:56 pm ]
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I am not working with them so I can't tell you about them exactly. What do you want to buy?

Author:  drcooper [ Sat Feb 21, 2015 10:06 pm ]
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I need an adjustable panhard bar (mine is bent since the accident). I saw they have cheap lightened flywheels, and sport shocks. I don't know if they are as good as those that Karazsy makes though...

Author:  drcooper [ Sun Mar 01, 2015 10:29 pm ]
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Hey Priki, you wrote there that you tried a GRA-1 302° camshaft... Is it possible to fit it without big work? (valve springs ot cutting pockets in pistons)
Is there a great improvement compared with my 275°?

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