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Read an article recently about the modifications done and one of them was
to the filterhousing/ airintake. I havn't been able to find any pictures or description
about what was actually modified though. Anyone have any idea?
I know the 'AFM to plenum' trumpet was replaced by a custom carbonfibre
bend, so it's not that I'm after.

Any pics or more details from someone that maybe owns one.
 

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The trumpets were shortened for increased air intake. If I recall the air intake diameter was increased as well.
 

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Good question.

I'm looking at plenum spacer and heat insulator like on TVR's mods.

Do you know if that kind of mod like on the Callaway requires Mark Adams chipping?

In other terms, do you know if the Callaway had a modified GEMS ECU?
 

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I believe they increased compression by a head modification, the Calaway is stamped as a 9.60:1 rather than the NAS standard 9.35:1. It also had a modified Borg Warner transfer box.

Still, you may have already read this in the September 2009 LRM, and it still doesn't answer the original question. :roll:
 

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Off topic i know : is there a way for international to read LRO, LRM and stuff online? with a pay to read option
 
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