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6waysforward

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Post #76
rallyestyle wrote:
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Gotta get my cage fitted just like that, looks to be a smart job so far Thumbs up Wonder if 6waysforward fancies a trip to South London Whistle


if you drive it to me, it will be cheaper. but if asked nicely, i might drive to you. Thumbs up


Top man Thumbs up



I may have an issue actually getting the cage in the car but i suppose i could install it ready and then just chuck the seat back it to get it round to yours Smile



i dont mind either way fella. just let me know when you want it done. Thumbs up

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Posted 6th Jul 2009 at 23:26
freaky freeky

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Post #77
I see on the photograph that you have removed your heatingsystem under the dachebord ?
go that no problems reflect if it is cold or badly ?

Sorry for my bad englisch
Posted 7th Jul 2009 at 23:14
farmer

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Post #78
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We're keeping the Rallye road legal too so plenty of back breaking sweaty clothes wearing red bull drinking miles coming up soon! Crazy

I heard through Dave that you will be heading over to Germany in a couple of weeks with us lot? (Or with others but on the same date?) Unsure


Yes With you lads, hopefully be on the same boats there and back too.

Are you and dave not sure if you will be running the 6 there still?

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Posted 7th Jul 2009 at 23:48
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Post #79
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chris did you find your number plate on the way home?? LOL


No had to go and buy another new one the next day in the end.

Cant be arsed with getting pulled over all the time Roll eyes

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Posted 7th Jul 2009 at 23:49
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freaky freeky wrote:
I see on the photograph that you have removed your heatingsystem under the dachebord ?
go that no problems reflect if it is cold or badly ?

Sorry for my bad englisch


So far the car has only been used about 3 times since all that came out, most of them nice hot days anyway, so I had no problems with the screen misting or anything.

It did rain the first time I went out in the car though and it misted up like a b*tch, but the car was full of holes at the time too, which have now been plugged up so im hoping that will help to keep out some of the water.

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Posted 7th Jul 2009 at 23:52
farmer

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Post #81
Time for some pics that will make some of you chuckle im sure!

My failed boost piping!




I still think it would be ok for a short distance (i.e. as a joiner between alloy pipe), but it just couldn't take the vaccume for the longer runs No

Not taken any pics of my new boost pipework yet, but im sure you know the score with that by now. Seen one, seen them all....

Interior wise, its had a lick of paint. Still needs finishing, but that is way down on the list of priorities really. This was just to tidy it up a bit and to protect the roll cage plates from rusting.

Cage is sitting back inside the car, and I have started to drill and bolt it all up. Will finish that at some point shortly, but I have a more pressing issue with my brakes at the moment that require sorting urgently, otherwise I wont be doing much on the Ring in 10 days time...


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Posted 14th Jul 2009 at 03:59
allesclar

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Post #82
nice update Smile cant wait till ive finished uni and get a house with a garage (my own house that is Smile ) just so i can get a track car.

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Posted 14th Jul 2009 at 04:10
antn1.b

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Post #83
that piping looks like those sherbet straw things!! bet this shocks a few people with its white boot and old hatch looks lol!
Posted 14th Jul 2009 at 04:10
mechanical_repairs

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Post #84
Love the pipe work, well if you never tried you would never have known. Is that why you had trouble when you was on the Pugrun?

Carl

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Posted 14th Jul 2009 at 04:14
farmer

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Exactly Carl!

It cost me a whole

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Posted 14th Jul 2009 at 04:30
rallyestyle

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Laugh Loving that pipework Chris, as said though if you didnt try it you would never know Yes The pipework can actually turn out to be pretty expensive so its worth giving other things a try Yes Apart from that and the brakes i presume mechanically wise everything else is all good to rock and roll?

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Posted 14th Jul 2009 at 20:25
cjm_harris

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Post #87
Laugh my ass off

When I saw the pictures of that boost piping, I was thinking it would collapse under vacuum.

Fair play for trying though, would of been a nice cheap alternative had it of worked Thumbs up

Car seems to be coming along nicely now. You got any track days/ring trips booked?

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Posted 14th Jul 2009 at 23:33
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Yes

9 days and counting 'till it hits Germany Devil

It needs to earn a new 'ring sticker as the old one had to go when I changed the boot hatch.

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Posted 15th Jul 2009 at 04:09
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Car has made it to Germany, although I did have a power steering fluid leak; the elbow on the low pressure supply to the pump split and leaked. Fortunatly, it cant have happened much before we stopped at a services so it was discovered and we replaced the whole pipe from the res to the pump with a spare length of pipe i had.

The spacers for the pas pump where changed on friday, so hopefully it wont throw the belt anymore.

Only managed 2 laps so far; 1 lap the car overheated going up the hill after bergwerk so i had to abandon the lap and just cool it down.
Fixed the overheating issues by removing the front grille, topping up and bleeding the coolant, and topping up the oil.

2nd lap was much more eventfull. I would guess it came in at about 9.10 ish, which isnt that impressive, but there was a lot of traffic, and i was keeping an eye on the temps a lot. But the big difference i have noticed is the sheer pulling power up the hill. Have already had it at an indicated 125 up the hill and it could have been quicker still . It just pulls for england!

So, i have another 6 laps to get through yet atleast, and i will update again...

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Posted 27th Jul 2009 at 00:45
redrallye

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Post #90
Not jealous at all of you being in Germany Dry

Hope you have better luck tomorrow Thumbs up

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Posted 26th Jul 2009 at 03:57
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Post #91
More runden today!

Another 5 laps between fixing things (not on this car) and walking down to the truck GP only to miss the last race Doh

Car has been behaved today, took a few people out for laps and got one on my own about 20 seconds before the track shut the evening.

Managed to keep a 911 GT2 humble (not sure it was being driven properly though) and finished a lap about 20 seconds before a new GTR after overtaking it at quiddelbacher hohe Devil

best timed lap so far is about 8.53, but have done a 9.03 with approx 15 - 20 seconds of hold-ups I would say, so happy with it so far.

Been going just north of 140 mph before getting to schwedenkreuz too Big grin

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Posted 27th Jul 2009 at 01:02
mechanical_repairs

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Post #92
Sounds great, i have just booked me ferry and the hotel for the end of august. You coming again ed???

Carl

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Posted 27th Jul 2009 at 03:20
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my mate was there this weekend with a 911 and his mates aston. also in a white gti6 with "ACC Security" all over it, if anyone saw it. not sure if he is reg'd on here but if you are then say hi LOL

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Posted 27th Jul 2009 at 03:34
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Post #94
I was waiting to see what happened with the boost pipe haha, glad you got few good laps, im dying to get my charger throw the post an get it fitted!!

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Posted 29th Jul 2009 at 01:07
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Post #95
farmer wrote:
Been going just north of 140 mph before getting to schwedenkreuz too Big grin


It's funny, I did say you'd have similar power-to-weight as the 928 and I was seeing exactly the same speeds through there. (No f*cking way was I seeing ~8:45's though!) Cool

PS - you're a hard man to track down:



Crossie! Was he over there "with" you? Unsure



Looks like you had fun. More fun than ThisGuy[tm]!

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Posted 29th Jul 2009 at 17:13
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Post #96
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PS - you're a hard man to track down




Missing here too!

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Posted 29th Jul 2009 at 19:56
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How long did it take you to find that???? Crazy

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Posted 29th Jul 2009 at 20:03
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Post #98
^^
Is that your group?

I think this might be him just coming to shot.. he's like a ninja!


But not sneaky enough!


1 more..

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Posted 29th Jul 2009 at 21:07
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I was very impressed by this beasty. Handling and braking were even more impressive than the power too, which is so smooth you don't realise how fast you're going!

What makes me especially happy that it was so impressive is that Chris has almost exactly the same suspension set-up as we've got (although his is fitted and ours is on the floor in a garage Whistle)

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Posted 29th Jul 2009 at 20:32
mechanical_repairs

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Hope your having fun out there sure looks like it, i hope this time i get some photos as i done 8 laps last time and never got spotted apart from the entrance.

Carl

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Posted 30th Jul 2009 at 03:43

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