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lotek

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Post #26
Im loving the "Dennis apreciation society " thread LOL
Posted 7th Feb 2011 at 19:08
daveyboy

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Post #27
Is there a canIpleasesuckDennis'sack smiley? LOL

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Posted 7th Feb 2011 at 19:19
lotek

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Post #28
da Yes
Posted 7th Feb 2011 at 19:19
hovis16

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Post #29
:thisthreadisuselesswithoutpics lol give me some picture porn

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Posted 7th Feb 2011 at 20:20
Denis

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Post #30
Laugh my ass off

Nothing wrong with my moccasins Shock most comfortable footwear for driving LOL

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Posted 8th Feb 2011 at 03:18
Denis

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Post #31
Bilstein and Eibach suspension � Apr 2007



Second ever track day @ Anglesey � Jul 2007



First time @ Brands Hatch � Aug 2007



First time running on semi slicks @ Snetterton � Sep 2007

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Posted 5th Mar 2020 at 21:08
allesclar

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Post #32


forget to put it in 1st gear at the start of the race and not reverse? Razz

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Posted 8th Feb 2011 at 03:30
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First time @ Cadwell � Nov 2007






First time @ Oulton � Jan 2008



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Posted 5th Mar 2020 at 21:11
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First time @ Croft, after an off (Pete�s Volvo power was later tried to jig the car...) � Jun 2008



@ Snetterton � Sep 2008




@ Cadwell � Nov 2008



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Posted 5th Mar 2020 at 21:13
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Roll Cage � Dec 2008





AP brakes

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@ Cadwell - Mar 2009





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Posted 9th Mar 2020 at 20:13
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Post #37
Engine and Diff � Jun 2009

Timing cams



Old engine out



New engine ready to go in



Kaaz diff



Oil cooler

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Posted 9th Mar 2020 at 20:15
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@ Ace Cafe



Roll Cage � Dec 2009







Wheels and tyres


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Posted 9th Mar 2020 at 20:17
Denis

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Post #39
@ Anglesey � May 2010





@ Nurburgring � July 2010







@ Oulton � Nov 2010

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Posted 9th Mar 2020 at 20:20
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Post #40
Looks well on the SteelsCool

Are they the C5 Steel/alloy things?Smile

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Posted 8th Feb 2011 at 03:49
Denis

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Post #41
coskev wrote:
Looks well on the SteelsCool

Are they the C5 Steel/alloy things?Smile


They are Wellers 15x7, look great but are very heavy (nearly 11kg each, for comparison OZ Ultralieggeras are 10.5kg with slicks fitted!), also do not provide adequate break cooling as not much air flow = melted DS2500 pads Wink

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Posted 8th Feb 2011 at 03:59
allesclar

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awesome pictures Smile

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Posted 8th Feb 2011 at 04:20
hovis16

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Post #43
wet myself Love want your car

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Posted 8th Feb 2011 at 17:30
cjm_harris

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Post #44
Awesome pictures Love

Cracking car Denis, hope to see you on track at some point this year Smile

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Posted 8th Feb 2011 at 18:02
tvrfan007

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Post #45
russian guy wrote:
coskev wrote:
Looks well on the SteelsCool

Are they the C5 Steel/alloy things?Smile


They are Wellers 15x7, look great but are very heavy (nearly 11kg each, for comparison OZ Ultralieggeras are 10.5kg with slicks fitted!), also do not provide adequate break cooling as not much air flow = melted DS2500 pads Wink


I'm surprised you're not running 3000s given how hard you must be pressing on. Have you considered routing brake cooling ducts into the arches?

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Posted 8th Feb 2011 at 18:26
daveyboy

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Post #46
tvrfan007 wrote:
russian guy wrote:
coskev wrote:
Looks well on the SteelsCool

Are they the C5 Steel/alloy things?Smile


They are Wellers 15x7, look great but are very heavy (nearly 11kg each, for comparison OZ Ultralieggeras are 10.5kg with slicks fitted!), also do not provide adequate break cooling as not much air flow = melted DS2500 pads Wink


I'm surprised you're not running 3000s given how hard you must be pressing on. Have you considered routing brake cooling ducts into the arches?


Probably does'nt want the hassle of metallic brake dust destroying the paint on his car when it rains.

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Some of my services: (See my for sale threads)
Engine mount/chassis repair
Solid Beam Mounts BACK IN PRODUCTION
Harness bars
Posted 8th Feb 2011 at 18:50
farmer

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Post #47
Denis has tried most brake compounds going now, DS2500 would have just been the compound of the day.

In terms of dust, I found CL RC6's to be worse then DS3000's anyway. Ginger brake dust!!!

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Posted 8th Feb 2011 at 23:21
prism7guy

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Post #48
Sorry for going a little off topic but would you rate CL RC6's as better than DS2500's?
I'll be needing a set of pads for my track car and im really impressed with my DS2500's, just wondered if its worth the extra 50 odd for RC6's?

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Posted 8th Feb 2011 at 23:28
adam b

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Post #49
Yes they are very good, but murder discs. Very hard to remove the brake dust too, mostly cos its disc shavings LOL

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Posted 8th Feb 2011 at 23:32
welshpug!

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Post #50
What kind of power/torque do you think its running? Hmm

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