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I was at stealth racing the weekend picking my brothers r32 up with him. I mentioned we hadn’t had a rolling road day this year to vince and Jon. They seemed ready and interested to host a rolling road day for the club if organised and numbers were good. The r32 and corrado owners club could also be invited to help with numbers if need be. I like the rolling roads days at stealth as the guys are very knowledgeable and always very helpful with giving advice and recommendations where required. Just a thought. A rolling road day would be nice

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Ah lovely what did the r32 have done? I went a few years ago and saw some nice cars there!!

It had a few maintenance jobs done, service, brake system sorted and a custom remap. They sorted the horrible throttle response as part of the map that r32s are apparently known for. While I was there I just asked Vince and Jon about a possible rolling road day.

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2 hours ago, cactusjackslade said:


It had a few maintenance jobs done, service, brake system sorted and a custom remap. They sorted the horrible throttle response as part of the map that r32s are apparently known for. While I was there I just asked Vince and Jon about a possible rolling road day.

Bet it pulls well now! My mums m5 had that bad throttle response but much better after a map as well. 

Could stealth dyno rear wheel drive ? I've got a s600 bi turbo but its the limousine model and couldn't fit on a dyno near me :(

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I know the guys at Dynodaze. They were at Hinckley next door to R-tech. R-tech have moved just up the road to Nuneaton but It's half a mile from the old place. I tbink Dynodaze stayed put. I've been up there a few times and there's always a good turn out.

If the club wanted a VR6 day I'm sure other clubs would join us on the day.

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Bet it pulls well now! My mums m5 had that bad throttle response but much better after a map as well. 
Could stealth dyno rear wheel drive ? I've got a s600 bi turbo but its the limousine model and couldn't fit on a dyno near me

I’m honestly not sure, iv never seen them run a rwd car? Not sure if it would fit with the exhaust extraction and fans etc being in the wrong place. Can’t hurt to ask them though

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