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Masher last won the day on April 27

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  1. Not sure I have the answer to your question but the previous owner of my CR ran spacers at the front, told me I had the log bolts to go with them and I bought some Eibach ones. Tried them for maybe 50 miles and went off the idea preferring the originality without. Therefore I have a pair of Eibach spacers gathering dust. Numbers on spacers state 91207001 184088 and on the box states Pro-spacer 114,3/130/5 - 75,5 - 167,5 S90-2-07-001. I believe this makes them 7mm spacers. I understand the previous owner had the car set up to -1.2 front camber and 'less toe-in'. Hope that helps.
  2. Signed up and wishing you the best of luck. Requests: 1. Good alcantara reviver / cleaner 2. Association with a company that can economically and effectively reduce the visual impact of stone chips. 3. Invite to the opening of the premises 😁 Cheers Mick
  3. You have PM - I was waiting until the spring to sell mine but if you are looking now it’d be rude not to answer 😀 Cheers Mke
  4. Absolutely nothing to do with me but this 34,000 mile sub £40k Cayman R looks a good deal. Hope their not all heading south in value! https://www.autostoresales.co.uk/porschecaymanr Cheers Mick
  5. BMW 335D M sport touring. By far the best non-Porsche car I have driven. Fantastic all round car and 39MPG is not that's bad for something with enough torque to pull the tarmac off the road.
  6. Last track day I used half worn discs with part worn RS29 pads. Bite was good, stopping was good (squealing I could have done without). After that track day the pads were about half worn and the discs completely knackered. With the car in for service and advice to change the brakes I got the pads and discs changed for standard items and replaced the brake fluid with fresh racing (high BP) fluid. Saturday was my first track day on this set up. I was expecting poorer braking and more fade. In reality, the brakes lacked the immediate bite but fundamentally felt like they had all the stopping
  7. I get the feeling more and more trackday operators want to move to full face helmets (certainly for open top cars) so worth checking this out before splashing the cash. My comment on open top cars may not be pertinent to your car but it is not uncommon to get a passenger ride in something different which might not have a roof!
  8. I think Excel wheels use Lepsons who are based in Gillingham for the refurbs. This does not detract from the excellent services they offer around the refurb like wheel loan but I notice you are in Kent anyway so it might be just as easy for you to take it there directly.
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