After blowing my bottom end to a million pieces at Brands (oh and also catching fire), I’m going to be converting my Meg from track spec to race spec. Along with the engine replacement. Not worked on cars much, so should be interesting Few pics below of before and after she blew. Had only just fitted the Puretrack splitter as well a ZPO shifter. She was running nice til she let go. I was running a hybrid turbo at about 340bhp. When I bought the car it was already on its second engine after running 360bhp and the blowing bottom end the same way. Neither engine had done that many miles. First one blew on 40 (shows in the history paperwork), then mine blew on 65k. Consensus is that the power is just too hard on the standard internals. Not so bad if you’re on road and booting it every so often. But a bit too much stress when doing 15/20 min track sessions. Also think the hybrids burn a bit of oil, so something to really keep on top of. When I split the engine open there may be more evidence of what failed first. Hope that’s of some use for anyone considering them. I’m going to keep the hybrid on but will be limiting the boost so that I only make circa 300. This was suggested by Andy at Engine Dynamics who certainly can’t be argued with, the reason for retaining the hybrid is that although we’re restricting the boost, it will be able to hold it for longer. Also worth adding the power will be limited based on the bhp/tonne limit for the class I want to enter. The races I’ll be entering are 40 mins long, so cooling will be something we need to get around too. Will post some bits on my Instagram too jordanmoyle55 if of any interest. Look forward to seeing how the Meg holds up against the other cars. Series I’m considering are the roadsport series and the turbo tin tops. Have already started the project so will post more very soon.