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Our shop ND, which is also used on the racetrack for numerous test drives. Among other things, a complete Friedrich Motorsport exhaust system, a CAE Short Shifter (soon to be available in the shop) and many other applications are installed.

The car is driven by our driver Dominik as a daily to also carry out the long-term test for the installed parts. Here is the list of the installed parts:

- Friedrich Motorsport racing header with HJS catalytic converter
- Friedrich Motorsport 2,5" exhaust system
- StopTech 4-piston brake kit with 309mm brake rotors
- prototype coilover suspension for testing
- CAE short shifter
- ACT clutch kit with flywheel
- Nankang AR-1 on 17" 949racing 6ul wheels





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Guido from SPS
 

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We have some new parts on our shop ND. :D

We installed a sparco steering wheel, 16 inch volk racing wheels, a short final drive from the automatic ND and the BBR GTi 220hp camshafts.

The 16 inch wheels work much better on the racetrack than the 17 inch wheels. The car gives You more confidence.
I tried it by myself in Anneau Du Rhin. It was a big fun!

Also the shorter final drive makes the car feel much more dynamic.









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Good news incoming:

We installed the BBR GTi Super 220 package on our Shop ND including different camshafts.
We lost torque in lower rpms but got a more aggressive punch in higher rpms.
In combination with the short final drive of the AT ND it is a very fun combination.
Now we rev the engine to 7800rpm.

Next season we will see how it works on the track.
But so good so far everything worked on track and nothing broke, neither on the engine nor on the gearbox.
The car has now more than 13.000 miles. Most of them were on track. Pretty reliable car.
And we didn't have any extra oil coolers, neither for the engine nor for the gearbox or differential.
But we are working on solutions. So stay tuned. ;)

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