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Discussion in 'Australia' started by 360C, Apr 24, 2005.

  1. 360C

    360C F1 World Champ
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    #1 360C, Apr 24, 2005
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    Ok, so I have sold my road 360 and am having a bit of a garage cleanout.
    I have a set of 360 Challenge wheels fitted with Hoosier track tyres (plenty of meat left). New cost north of $10k. Open to reasonable offers. See attached Pic. Can also be refinished in Black Satin for extra dollars- See pic.

    I also have a standard 360 road car exhaust. It has about 1000km's on it and was removed when a Tubi was fitted.

    For the well heeled masochist, I have a brand new Michelotto N-GT exhaust system. I also have a rear Michelotto bumper which would be needed to use this as the exhaust exits either side of the number plate. see pic
    The car would be about 95db and would sound pretty damn cool. VERY expensive.

    PM me for any SERIOUS enquires.
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  3. 360C

    360C F1 World Champ
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    I forgot to mention that I have a bunch of parts for an E46 M3.

    CSL Wheels fitted with cup tyres fronts are new, rears are 50% $5500.00
    Carbon fibre mirrors $1200.00
    Carbon fibre engine cam cover $2000.00
    Carbon Fibre strut brace $800.00

    Supersprint race catalytic convertors $2000.00
    Supersprint Race rear silencer $2300.00
     
  4. ferrarifixer

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    AHG needs the 360C wheels for his 430 (once the 15mm spacers and longer bolts have been fitted to clear the brakes), as there are no 19" R spec tyres for him.

    You only have a Genuine N-GT silencer set up right? Not a full "step 3 headers and all" system, or a pretend N-GT "road car" system......... In which case it'll need modifying from slip joints and springs to bolted olives and re-directing to the std headers for a road car...
     
  5. 360C

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    AHG can buy the wheels (should he want them).

    I have the full system, headers and all. The REAL deal, full Monty Michelotto parts. Like I said- EXPENSIVE
     
  6. jmillard308

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    Are you trying to tell us that there is no 308 stuff in the "Ultimate Garage Sale"?
    Come on now, you know you don't need it. :D
     
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  8. 360C

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    Sorry John, the 308 will never be sold, so all the gear for it stays I'm afraid.
     
  9. ants2au

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    Will challenge rims fit the 512TR?


     
  10. ferrarifixer

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    PCD is the same, but I haven't tried. Offset doesn't look wildly different by eye though... so probably!
     
  11. ants2au

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    Are they tough enough for road use?

     
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  13. ferrarifixer

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    I don't know where this rumour came from about them being weak...

    The 360C wheels are so tough it's not funny. You'll bend the wishbone swivel pins before buckling a wheel in a shunt.....

    Or at least in about 50 examples while racing them to date, that has been the case!!

    The problem was purely marketing and warranty relating to factory BS, and any excuse to wriggle out of it.

    Fit 'em and enjoy.
     
  14. ants2au

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    Cool.

    Now I have to get Scott to sell them to me.



     
  15. Aircon

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    As they're not approved for use on the road, what would the insurance company say in the case of a claim?
     
  16. 360C

    360C F1 World Champ
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    As I have said to Ant's, I am happy to sell them to him; but I make no warranties whatsoever about suitability for a 512TR or anything else. I had no quams about using them on the road; but I signed a waiver when I bought them. Big Tommie also used them on his road 360 and he did circa 30,000km's on them without drama.

    First person to front the $$ gets them.
     
  17. ants2au

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    360:
    Fronts are 8" x 18", offset is + 31.5 mm.
    Rears are 10.5" x 18", offset is + 39.0 mm.


    512:
    front = +46 mm
    rear = +81.75mm


    There is anything I can do about that Phil?





     
  18. ferrarifixer

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    You'll need to dummy up, but I think the fronts will go on with a small spacer if any.

    I think the rears will need a big spacer, what widths are the TR wheels.?
     
  19. stephens

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    H&R makes both 15mm and 40mm spacers that would work a treat for this fitting.
     
  20. ashsimmonds

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    think it's 240mm at the front and 280mm at the rear.
     
  21. ants2au

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    I think 8 and 10.5

     
  22. ants2au

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    40mm spacer, that's huge.

    can you get bolts long enough to cater for this?

     
  23. ferrarifixer

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    No, once the spacer gets to about 25mm, it has it's own bolts to hold it on, and then you use your regular bolts to hold the wheel on.

    It sounds a bit "Bush mechanic", but it works fine.

    stephens 550 has 15's and 30's, and has had no trouble of any kind with R spec tyres and lots of track days.
     
  24. ferrarifixer

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    360C also currently owns a good used rear 360 Challenge grille, with just two small (about 25mm) holes cut in for N-GT race car quick fill oil/water system.

    Pretty sure he'll sell it.......
     
  25. 360C

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    Thanks Phil, I forgot about that one.

    I also have a set of "Extreme technology" shocks that were an optional upgrade on the Michelotto.
     

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