Big Bang Prospects

A place for BWA'ers, wannabee's or just those with a 'passing' interest in straight line speed. (You see what we did there?)
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Re: Big Bang Prospects

Post by shawn » Tue Mar 16, 2010 9:18 am

gazmate wrote:I plan to be there having a run or three ............................
Considering how sweet it sounded blasting past us at Ninove you'll be getting some decent times :wink:
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Re: Big Bang Prospects

Post by JARV » Thu Mar 25, 2010 10:48 pm

I'll be running, gearbox now fixed and a few little tweaks to give me an extra 50 horses.......
should be in the early 15's all being well
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Re: Big Bang Prospects

Post by JD Westy » Fri Mar 26, 2010 7:21 am

shaping up to be an interesting session :D
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Re: Big Bang Prospects

Post by shawn » Fri Mar 26, 2010 10:17 am

Reckon so ! lets hope the weather is good, I'm not a fair weather driver but it can be pretty miserable at the pod if it chucks it down all weekend.
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Re: Big Bang Prospects

Post by JD Westy » Sat Apr 10, 2010 6:20 pm

spent all day at my mates trying to sort the 1 st gear jumping out problem on my 1303 S box we where hoping it was just down to adjusting the Berg shifter unfortunatly no it,s either the nose cone or more probably 1 st is fecked :( so do I pull the box and get it looked at which won,t be cheap and only 9 working days to Big Bang or just put a 1300 box in to get me rolling and up the strip? We,ve decided to go with the 1300 as it will improve my quarter mile times but cruising won,t be as sweet and then get the 1303 S box looked at at my leisure at least this way I,m gaurenteed strip action at the Bang :)
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Re: Big Bang Prospects

Post by gazmate » Wed Apr 14, 2010 9:56 pm

Just get it running so you can have a play fella, I ve just up graded my box from a 1600gt box to a cog box pro street just incase i had prpblems, ive kept my gt box and a spare 1500 box as backups just in case.
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Re: Big Bang Prospects

Post by gazmate » Wed Apr 14, 2010 9:57 pm

Is there any BWA v USB at big bang?
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Re: Big Bang Prospects

Post by Glyno » Fri Apr 16, 2010 2:24 pm

Just booked my weekend tickets so will give the RWYB a go.

Have replaced the 1500SP engine that got me a 21 second pass with a 2028 so should be closer to the required time :-)

How does BWA membership happen - do I need to present my timing slip to someone on the day?

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