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    Vargas S2B2 Track video / ROAD ATL BMW CCA

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    ^^^ super badass man. Feels like I'm playing Forza dude. That's one of my fav tracks on that game and you get to go in real life haha. Car must handle with all the mods you have done.
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    How are you liking that spec 2+ clutch now that some time has gone by?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    ^^^ super badass man. Feels like I'm playing Forza dude. That's one of my fav tracks on that game and you get to go in real life haha. Car must handle with all the mods you have done.
    The car handles really well, i was surprised that it didn't go into limp mode pushing 20psi. All it needs is brake pad replacement, that's it. By the way, the car had open diff as wavetrac is building me a new diff.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by MAC335 Click here to enlarge
    How are you liking that spec 2+ clutch now that some time has gone by?
    I really like the setup, it handles the power just fine and no issues driving it daily. I think it has gotten much better after 2000miles.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by gogunbaba Click here to enlarge
    The car handles really well, i was surprised that it didn't go into limp mode pushing 20psi. All it needs is brake pad replacement, that's it. By the way, the car had open diff as wavetrac is building me a new diff.
    I bet it would feel amazing with some BBK. Damn you did really well with an open diff man, I didn't have balls when I went to the track two weeks ago with my 335 lol.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    I bet it would feel amazing with some BBK. Damn you did really well with an open diff man, I didn't have balls when I went to the track two weeks ago with my 335 lol.
    LOL. Let me clarify, I wasn't driving the car. Rob (the driver) is a good friend and he is the manager of the shop that works on my car. From what I can see in the video, he turned 1.43 without even pushing it, I told him to not to go over 140(the car will do 160+) at the back straight as the car really needed new brake pads Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by gogunbaba Click here to enlarge
    LOL. Let me clarify, I wasn't driving the car. Rob (the driver) is a good friend and he is the manager of the shop that works on my car. From what I can see in the video, he turned 1.43 without even pushing it, I told him to not to go over 140(the car will do 160+) at the back straight as the car really needed new brake pads Click here to enlarge

    God damn that's fast lap. That track is amazing, I love that straight.
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    Sounds like one of those e36's had a s54 swap
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by G0TB00ST? Click here to enlarge
    Sounds like one of those e36's had a s54 swap
    yes, it does. Click here to enlarge. . It is IAN's car, he is an instructor for BMW CCA just like Rob. That E36 is very very quick and has tons of power.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by gogunbaba Click here to enlarge
    yes, it does. Click here to enlarge. . It is IAN's car, he is an instructor for BMW CCA just like Rob. That E36 is very very quick and has tons of power.
    IMHO that's the perfect engine swap for that car
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    It sounds sick and I wanna say has very close straight line performance to my car. He told me that it is an S54 with upgraded rods?.??? I am not very good with the lingo but as far as I understood from our conversation it is not a regular s54 motor.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by gogunbaba Click here to enlarge
    It sounds sick and I wanna say has very close straight line performance to my car. He told me that it is an S54 with upgraded rods?.??? I am not very good with the lingo but as far as I understood from our conversation it is not a regular s54 motor.
    If he opened an S54 (ridiculously stout stock motor) up and swapped out the con rods, he's making big time power. That or he just likes to spend money, guessing it's the former. That was an awesome video by the way.
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    sick vid! What tires were you running?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by triggz Click here to enlarge
    sick vid! What tires were you running?
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    Moved to BMW 3-Series -> E9X.
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