Dyno Time For Project RS4

However, the reason for breaking the chronology of the story was because I wanted to not only present a direct before and after for the work that Regal had done on the RS4’s 4.2-litre V8, but I also wanted to use this opportunity to talk a bit about dy…

Dyno Time For Project RS4

However, the reason for breaking the chronology of the story was because I wanted to not only present a direct before and after for the work that Regal had done on the RS4’s 4.2-litre V8, but I also wanted to use this opportunity to talk a bit about dy…

Project NSX Gets Track-Ready With KW

As all Speedhunters can attest, time always seems to get away in between these project update posts. I’ve been thoroughly enjoying the car since the NSX-R transmission was swapped in, racking up 2,000+ kilometres on some of the best driving roads in Ja…

Project RS4: Finding Lost Power

I’ve done around 10,000 miles since picking up Project RS4 last August last year, and to be fair it’s not skipped a single beat mechanically. The Audi has been flawless at karting me and my inordinate amount of largely unnecessary camera kit up and dow…

Project GTI: TE37s Are Life

See, I told you this was still a thing. It’s been a long time since I’ve put together any really substantial updates on Project GTI. The truth is that I’ve been working on the car for nearly three years now, and it’s just about where I’ve always wanted…

Project GT-R Needs More Fuel

One lesson I’ve learnt as Project GT-R‘s lengthy engine work has progressed, is that wherever possible you should try to future-proof. And that’s precisely what I ended up doing when it came to upgrading my BNR34 Skyline’s fuel system. In my last updat…

Project GT-R Gets Bigger Turbos

This has been a long time coming. No, Project GT-R has not been stripped of the green wrap applied for Tokyo Auto Salon; not counting the three to four years’ worth of parts-collecting, we just have to take a step back a year and a half to fully catch …

Project NSX Shifts Up A Gear

The day I drove away in my NSX for the first time was a pretty surreal experience. Owning a classic ‘supercar’ had always been a dream, and here I was with the keys to one of Japan’s best. It’s cool to think that the same car has given the same experie…

Suspension Sorted On Project RS4

In what I’m considering an unforeseen and out of character turn of events, my Project RS4 updates are now actually happening with reasonable cadence. Last time round I’d just received a worrying to-do list from local VAG specialists VRS Northampton, al…

From The Track To The Beach & Everything In Between

It’s been a while since I brought you all a proper update on my 1998 Subaru Impreza 2.5RS (GC8), but in the midst of the racing off-season I finally managed to put aside some time to bring you up to speed. This is a big one, encompassing every upgrade …