Colin Gallie's Scotish M2 is
one of the few other RHD M2's - his solution was to retain
steering box and have a curly custom header fabricated. It's
got the 2.5 Evo Sport engine and box, plus some very sexy
AP Racing brakes, disks all round. Body work sports the zender
It was also the first
M2 I saw in the metal and set my mind on owning one.
Colin's recently (2004/5) bought an Alpha N piggy back computer
from Maxx Automotive in Germany. This is a mod that's number
on my wish list as it gets rid of the restrictive AFM (air
flow meter) altogether and replaces it with a programmable
map. Colin has wisely also bought a wide band 02 sensor.
Here's a new pic of the intake sans the 'orrible AFM - there
are dyno runs below before this was installed; it's now putting
out 246bhp and 190lb/ft torque, but as Colin says "The figures
do not do the difference justice - it drives so much better."
Area under the curve and all that...
Below is a recent dyno run - power first...