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I am aiming to get a Rev3 turbo T-bar in a few months time, just wondering does the back of the car cause drag when you have the roof off, or does it not make a difference.

Also no one sells optimax for over 20 miles, are additives ok to increase the octane.

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Thats good then, i was hoping that as the back section of the car is still there it would not just simply cause a normal car window down effect :) presume the air has somewhere to go with no roof.

Will have to ask about the additives abit closer to the time, but at least i know i should be fine without optimax.

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i notice it

still doesnt damage the top end but im convinced it does take a bit longer to get there

odd thing is ive noticed, below 60mph the little spoilers on the front edge pop up, if you hold them down you suddenly feel the air rush in the car at the back of your tabs, over 60mph the air pressure seems to push them down on its own but you cant feel it come in the car. must be travelling fast enough to just rush over the top!

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i got a tbar!! nothing better! fresh air...noise of the engine and when u go through a tunnel!!! corrr!!!

ive noticed it slightly slower with the roof off..but no big deal

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naa bibbs a propper convertable aint better...coss when i pick my nose in my tbar not many people can see....with the roof off every one will see me picking a winner!!

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