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    Bathurst pics look awesome. Nice choice of wheels. I have the Volk Rays 20 fin wheels also, but only 14s.

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    The bathurst pic with the escort is killer.

    A good addition to this thread may be the rules regarding ipra eligible mods.

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    http://www.ipraqld.com

    pdf's with all the rules are in there. pretty well written and easy understand .
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    Quote Originally Posted by driftke70 View Post
    ipra allows not firewall mods?

    i would love to enter my keto.
    Nope, no firewall mods - IPRA (3J) originally started with the idea that street registered cars could compete, so the rules are reasonably tight. I personally think they are a good balance between ingenuity and keeping costs reasonable

    Your car would most likely be classed as a Sports Sedan i'd say?

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    some shots from the nationasl last year at oran park




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    Video of COSAE86 at bathurst
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2w0qq9wTzI

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    oh look, a car up in the pointy field of IPRA and its not slammed i bet its not overly stiff either. oh and it has less camber than my road driven corolla. Must not handle or be totally awesome sick...

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    true but look at the tyres, 4 deg neg camber on road tyres is worlds apart from race semis/slicks

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    Spotto in that video: Leigh Forrest from Hobart in the yellow Celica? 3S-GTE.

    That Levin keeps up with the field well! It is the car I am building mine to be like, if there is any.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonny Rochester View Post
    Spotto in that video: Leigh Forrest from Hobart in the yellow Celica? 3S-GTE.
    yeh, spotted that too...fark that thing is quick

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