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jody391 last won the day on June 10 2015

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  1. Rich when you say moving across the 12 spindals? do you mean the bolts are loose?! they should be around at least 25m torqued up? The discs shouldn't move on the ally centre. Its prob due to them being slightly thinner than an oem disc so hence pad chatter.
  2. Mega! And goes well too
  3. Cool so long as you have a solution mate yeah no worries whenever mate. I cant wait now!
  4. Hey bud is it that bad it cannot be straightened? Also are the pads wearing indifferent? If not she's prob fine as is. Have you felt anything with the brakes? I have that diffuser here for you if you want to pop over one night to fit or tom if you are around?
  5. Very nice Phil looks great can't wait for a nose around it
  6. Isn't the Dunlop bridge at the back of the circuit in a hanger in sections? Chris bought it for £300 did he not?
  7. I'm up for this
  8. What have you decided to go for??
  9. Murray you are a true gent and you will be missed! My dad said to me the other day it's a shame you are going as we seem to be getting less and less good folk and he said he will miss you! As will I and many others. That Scottish trip sounds a great plan, I would love to do that trip. Have you got many rooms?? Once again take care and we will see you again!
  10. It is very similar to the front. The hard bit is the rear hub nut (or can be)! The rest is an in bolt job, if you are handy with the spanners you will be ok. Make sure the rear tow link doesn't change its set point or you will need a geo.
  11. Cheers fellas!
  12. Happy birthday dude And so close to mine!
  13. Great stuff Phil I too have recently fitted a small bore piper manifold but a solid version which was as typical interesting to install! Martin offered me it after trying a large bore janspeed exhaust from Kurt which turned the engine power her flat. It took me awhile to install but as you mention Phil it's now a monster even with a moderate 135 cam install with no head work and std pullies it used to go well now t goes very well I've not rolling roaded mine yet. Martin we went to Dyno Daze in Hinkley which is a good place although mine prob won't fit on now with the front splitter.
  14. Ha ha love it mate