my Cooper S at the autobahn country club

Bru

Well-known member
Super Moderator
Donating Member
Joined
May 24, 2007
Messages
37,252
Reaction score
439
Looks good :bigthumb: That's the North Loop, right?

I spent a day up there racing around that section of the track. Lots of fun and can't wait to do it again.
 
OP
S

speedycoop

Guest
awesome!!

have a list of mods?

well you asked for it so here it is....keep in mind this is a 1.6L engine with only a small eaton m45 blower on it. depending on temp outside it runs between 19-21psi. whp is in the range of 250 with wtq at 217. car weighs roughly 2550.

Engine:
15% s/c pulley
4% crank pulley
stage 3 big valve head
shrick 264/272 cam
everything on intake side including the s/c runners(piping if you will) is all port and polished
62-60-64mm throttle body
msd coil and wires with ngk 1 step colder plugs
GRS intercooler
380cc injectors
UNIchip piggy-back ecu (car is tuned by GRD)
DDM intake
poly engine mounts
m7 oil catch can

exhaust:
miltek header
random technology 3" catback with electric cutout for straight pipe.

suspension:
hotchkis lower adj. rear control arms, rear 3-way adj. sway bar, front camber plates, and adj. sway bar end links at all corners.
alta springs
koni yellow adj. shocks
m7 strut bar

brakes:
wilwood front calibers and 12.5in 2-piece wilwood rotors in front
custom cut rotors in the back
hawk pads in the rear and an assortment of wilwood street-full race pads for the front.
stainless braided lines all around and MOTUL dot4 racing brake fluid (good up to 594°F)

interior:
schroth 4 point harnesses
ati gauge pod with oil press and water temp.
cravinspeed 3-way adj. short shifter.

track wheels:
16x7 SSR comps with kuhmo v710 R-compound slicks.
 
Last edited:

Fish

From the mean streets....
Donating Member
Joined
Aug 3, 2007
Messages
36,289
Reaction score
101
Location
Chiraq
speedy, is it true that pulley swaps are around the 4 hour mark since you actually have to pull the blower?? I read that somewhere a couple years ago when I was looking at Minis.
 
OP
S

speedycoop

Guest
speedy, is it true that pulley swaps are around the 4 hour mark since you actually have to pull the blower?? I read that somewhere a couple years ago when I was looking at Minis.
yes and no. all you have to do is lift the whole engine up 2-3 inches. if you know what your doing it could easily take an hour or less
 

Create an account or login to comment

You must be a member in order to leave a comment

Create account

Create an account on our community. It's easy!

Log in

Already have an account? Log in here.

Top Bottom