REVO_RIDGE wrote:I said enough if that's the case enjoy first place , keep the trophy and just to state a fact a loba isn't a bigger it does not differ in size so how is bigger if it's a complete bolt on , I won't argue any further salute...
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Topgun wrote:If it has a LOBA then these comments are a waste, and purely a plot to ruin the events outcome or any post regarding experience or apr. The difference between a stock turbo, is the LOBA is better design, would you like it if you competed against another RS3 had a GTX series turbo that was the same dimensional size as the LOBA or stock turbo? use some sense, size maybe the same but theres more to turbo design than that. If its aftermarket turbo its a separate class, universally. If the REVO RS3 dyno application form didnt state LOBA turbo from the start, then whos being unfair? none the less well done to the REVO RS3! A mighty car of note.
raisin wrote:The 5 cylinder FACTORY TURBO class as it is labelled is for 5cylinder cars that are still running the factory turbo. The car was initially placed in this class because on the dyno form in the section to declare mods, it was stated that the car is Stage 2 which implies stock turbo. People at the dyno day even asked the owner whether the turbo had been replaced and he denied it.
We subsequently confirmed with REVO KZN dealer prior to moving the car to open class that the car was in fact fitted with a loba turbo.
Just goes to show that some okes are so desperate for trophies that they have to lie about something like this. If you guys that desperate go by the shop tomorrow...we'll give you first place trophy so you can feel good about yourselves.
Putting an aftermarket turbo car in the same class as the stock turbo is like putting a k04 car in the k03 class. If Loba setups on these 5 cylinder cars were common like is the case with K04 setups on the 2.0T platform, there would have been a loba turbo class. But that isn't the case, so the car ends up in the open class.
All else aside, 380kw on this setup is amazing. Well done to REVO on that
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