Jump to content

Daz

Premium Member
  • Content Count

    217
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    17
  • Country

    United Kingdom

Daz last won the day on January 25

Daz had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

88 Geek

About Daz

  • Rank
    Established Member

Uncategorized

  • My Ride
    Cayman 987.2 Jaguar I Pace
  • Location
    Bearsted

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. I had that with a shim. Very ingenious idea. There’s an old school engineer in there Mr windymiller 😀
  2. I had the same. One side took 1.5 hrs the second 4 hrs. I snapped the bolt that held clamp where the fixed hydraulic hose joins the flexible. Ended up drilling out where it bolted to bottom of strut and re tapping. One of the guys on hear came with an excellent idea apparently quite common problem. His suggestion was to thread lock stud in place of bolt and then use a nut.
  3. Wellcome to COC. Great colour choice. But I am bias.
  4. Only legal on pre 1975 cars. I had them on my my first car car 1970 MG midget.
  5. Great video. I’m not taking the credit. I got the idea from Keith who I met at a COC meet last year.
  6. Hi I did this last year after seeing Keith’s who is a forum member. I managed feed them through the original grills and sit them behind. I used almost identical products. See pictures.
  7. Daz

    Stone chips

    Guys thanks for the advice. I think I’ll wait until after the lockdown and get a local detailer in.
  8. Hi after some advise. My car is slow starting pick up small stone chips across bonnet and wings. Can these be touched in by a professional or do I need to have bonnet and wings resprayed.
  9. Now you have cut a slot. How about a good old fashioned mechanical impact driver. Amazon have them with various screw bit from £12.
  10. Nice work. Really great when you find true craftsman.
  11. Wise words and great advice. Car shouldn't feel light at speed. If anything they get more planted with no vibration. Try tyres and a good balance and then maybe a 4 wheel alignment.
  12. Hi I've been dong a lot of reading into EV's and the impact on the grid. Ex power station worker and decided to get an EV. Jag I pace on order. So generally interested. What they believe is the electricity tarif's will become far more intelligent I.e vary rates so that people charge EV's at lower load times. The charge points will become more intelligent and recognise cheaper rates. Currently peak load is 50-60GW but base load overnight can be as low as 30GW. If people charge at low load times we should be ok. Time will tell. Hopefully the lights don't go out. Better get building more of those those wind farms just in case.
  13. Daz

    What do you daily?

    It’s a base model in Fujia white. Run our funds to add any goodies. Ordered through my company with the BIK rules on ev’s should be £400 better off in tax and then £100 a month better off on fuel. will arrive in April/ early May. Tried chasing one in my Cayman and it blew me away. 4.5 sec to 60.
  14. Daz

    What do you daily?

    Just took a leap of faith into the EV world and changing out my daily. Ordered a Jaguar I pace. Should be interesting.
  15. I would start with the cap as well. The next culprits are the coolant hoses at the front. They run across the front of the car and have joints where the solid pipes join rubber flexible. You can see them if you turn steering wheel get in there with a torch. Here is a video.
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.