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spirited-driving:

how do you get into formula SAE?

To join Formula SAE, you must attend a school or university that has a Formula SAE program and join the team. A lot of schools that have engineering programs will have a Formula…

Hey where can I read about swapping engines and how to figure out what parts fit what car. Any forums you recommend. ? Thx
Anonymous

hakosukajapan:

There really isn’t a site for just generic engine swap, that i’ve seen at least. anything can work with anything with the proper time and money. my car came with an I6 originally, now i’m putting a V8 in it. miatas come with a 1.6L 4 cylinder and people cram giant V8s into them all day long, it just depends on the money you’ve got and the time you’re willing to put into one.

Sorry for blowing up your inbox. Pros and cons of a running a twincharged setup? I have a smaller engine (1.6) so I heard it's better for around that size versus a larger displacement.
Anonymous

hakosukajapan:

if i’m correct, probz not though, a twincharged setup gives you a greater amount of power over all of your RPMs. it takes a little bit more work, although the plumbing is generally easy, you just need to really do your research. i’d say a big con is the just the time you’ll need to spend on it. lots of guys do twincharged setups on smaller engines for the exact reason you are, most of the time with little to no mechanically issues resulting.

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Who shot first? (by Phil Korn)

kockamaniahu:

Who shot first? (by Phil Korn)

carcrobatics:

How to do spacers the right way. Safety first gear heads! 20mm wider front track is a very noticeable in my Miata and feels great in terms of cornering control. Thank you Ichiba!