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    Now i REALLY hate you!


    Why can\'t this be read????

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    Had to be done

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    When you going to learn to DRIVE it Steve?


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    Indeed, definatly need to get a session booked up thats for sure!!

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    Right, now the vid has downloaded (all 90 meg in 4.5 hours!) and I see the car did a bit of offraoding in Stigie boy's hands I wonder how much it did off camera...

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    Na quite right man. I would prolly get one too if i could afford it.

    Tell us just how hard to drive it is. Sussy, seats, etc?
    Why can\'t this be read????

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    It loves offroading, I think Stigie used it as a lawn mower

    I've got the OPC to write me a letter saying whatever breaks in year 1 will be covered.

    Will probably only keep the car 3 weeks anyway

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    Blimey Tim, try and make the guy feel good about his new purchase

    What does it matter when he has the porsche warranty? I'd say it's a nice conversation piece myself

    I love it when people get new cars all the time, gives me something to drool over.

    You're like the new Cem

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    Originally posted by NeVeTaS:
    I've got the OPC to write me a letter saying whatever breaks in year 1 will be covered.
    That sounds more like it

    Now, got give it death and get everything replaced with new

    BTW does it have the PCC brakes or regular steelies?

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    Regular jobs, I think I might replace them with some floating discs.

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    I'd only bother with floating if their the new AP jobbies, otherwise you'll need to keep stripping them down to remove the crud build up which will stop them floating IYSWIM as people used to find with the old Scoobysport floating discs

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    Looks just like mine! You will love it, be careful in the wet ,400bhp at the rear can be a handful if your used to 4 wheel drive. Call Parr or JZ Machtech to sort the suspension to you likeing i.e. 25 % track 75% road or any combination. Non rattle Alcon steel brakes from JZ have been perfected as a replacement combined with Padgit rs29 pads. You will crack the disks within the first couple of trackdays I'm afraid. Ride height can be a problem front splitters and road humps dont mix too well. Have fun

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    Indeed, I have heard never to go near a speed bump!! [img]smile.gif[/img]

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    Originally posted by Rhodie:
    Looks just like mine! You will love it, be careful in the wet ,400bhp at the rear can be a handful if your used to 4 wheel drive. Call Parr or JZ Machtech to sort the suspension to you likeing i.e. 25 % track 75% road or any combination. Non rattle Alcon steel brakes from JZ have been perfected as a replacement combined with Padgit rs29 pads. You will crack the disks within the first couple of trackdays I'm afraid. Ride height can be a problem front splitters and road humps dont mix too well. Have fun
    RS29s!!! Feck me you're not messing about with those!

    paul

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    Paul, I had rs29's on my 22b when I replaced front brakes with 6 pot AP's (bespoke design). I use to track it quite a bit.

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    When she has to go back into the garage all I can do is play!!














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    That's not your car in this months Evo is it?

    Andrew...

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    Originally posted by AndrewC:
    That's not your car in this months Evo is it?

    Andrew...
    the history of abuse is slowly uncovered.

    Simon

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