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xav

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birk did it aswell. mab, this is exactly how i want my car to look like Cool

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Posted 5th Jul 2009 at 19:49
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Looking good Mabz. Will be up in a fornight Cheers

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Posted 5th Jul 2009 at 22:02
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Post #53
SteviePut wrote:
Looking good Mabz. Will be up in a fornight Cheers


let me know mate Thumbs up

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Posted 6th Jul 2009 at 00:40
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Post #54
Looking good mabz Smile

xav wrote:
birk did it aswell. mab, this is exactly how i want my car to look like Cool


I did indeed, i miss my old car, she was lovely Love

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Posted 6th Jul 2009 at 05:11
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little update:

had a ballache changing the powersteering pump today... sunshine in the morning then showers on and off.

been driving round with no powersteering for a while as i have a feeling the gti-6 pump is specific as its slightly different?

tried to use some brass olives on the high pressure pipe but ended up re-using the old ones. any ideas where i can get some metal ones for the future?

parking is a dream now...Smile

and r888's are shocking in the wet..LOL

Might treat the beast to a quaiffe LSD next month and get to the nurburgringNinja

roll on USC Big grin

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Posted 20th Jul 2009 at 02:12
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Post #56
what would an LSD do? ive heard about them but not fully.

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Posted 20th Jul 2009 at 02:29
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nice update Smile

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Posted 20th Jul 2009 at 02:31
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Post #58
Do you really need an LSD for low boost?

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Posted 21st Jul 2009 at 17:40
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I have an LSD on mine, its awfull LOL

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Posted 21st Jul 2009 at 17:51
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I have an LSD on mine, its awfull LOL


LOL I can imagine with a high boost it is a must but for low boost i think it would be fine as standard.

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Posted 21st Jul 2009 at 18:58
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Post #61
2nd gear.. 6Krpm.. apex.. power... spin spin spin..

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Posted 22nd Jul 2009 at 03:40
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Post #62
The LSD is the second best mod behind a charger imo,just makes the car so much better

And what would Dan know his cars never on the road long enough for him to use it! Laugh my ass off
Posted 22nd Jul 2009 at 04:35
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Post #63
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I have an LSD on mine, its awfull LOL



what have you got? whats up with it??
Posted 22nd Jul 2009 at 04:38
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Quaiffe, power delivery is odd when it shifts from one wheel to another, round corners its great, but in a straight line it steers all over the place LOL

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Posted 22nd Jul 2009 at 04:44
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Post #65
rallyestyle wrote:
birk wrote:
I have an LSD on mine, its awfull LOL


LOL I can imagine with a high boost it is a must but for low boost i think it would be fine as standard.


Definitely not needed for a low boost. No

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Posted 22nd Jul 2009 at 04:50
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Post #66
birk wrote:
Quaiffe, power delivery is odd when it shifts from one wheel to another, round corners its great, but in a straight line it steers all over the place LOL


A lightly set plate would probably be better.

On the other hand, what offset are your wheels?

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Posted 22nd Jul 2009 at 05:03
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Post #67
zac wrote:
rallyestyle wrote:
birk wrote:
I have an LSD on mine, its awfull LOL


LOL I can imagine with a high boost it is a must but for low boost i think it would be fine as standard.


Definitely not needed for a low boost. No


Is yours finished yet Zac? Looked a bit sorry for itself when I saw it last.Whistle

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Posted 22nd Jul 2009 at 05:45
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Kaaz... LSD then.

Gonna tone down the suspension now.. as i want to keep it driveable on these shitty british road..

so rose links are comin off... alloy eccentric top mounts off.. Softer coils on front and softer tyres.. Yes

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Posted 27th Jul 2009 at 18:46
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wonderful car!

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Posted 27th Jul 2009 at 22:14
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mabgti wrote:
Kaaz... LSD then.

Gonna tone down the suspension now.. as i want to keep it driveable on these shitty british road..

so rose links are comin off... alloy eccentric top mounts off.. Softer coils on front and softer tyres.. Yes



you wuss
Posted 27th Jul 2009 at 22:16
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LOL

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Posted 28th Jul 2009 at 22:48
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phillipm wrote:
birk wrote:
Quaiffe, power delivery is odd when it shifts from one wheel to another, round corners its great, but in a straight line it steers all over the place LOL


A lightly set plate would probably be better.

On the other hand, what offset are your wheels?


Front wheels are 0 Ninja

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Posted 28th Jul 2009 at 23:33
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Would a set of et18's fit over the brakes?

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Posted 29th Jul 2009 at 00:17
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Should think so yea, had the same brake setup on the last car and they where well and truely back in the wheel, well... 15mm i think, the thickness of the adapter plate for the caliper.

Why ?

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Posted 29th Jul 2009 at 05:36
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Post #75
I've got a tran-x in my 205 with light ramp and preload settings and it's great. As long as you use decent oil in the box, mine's pretty quiet and not snatchy at all.

First mod i'll do on any fwd performance car from now on!
Posted 29th Jul 2009 at 07:42

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