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Old 30-Aug-2013, 05:46 PM
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My Evo is still just a shell now with all its parts all over the floor, inside it, on an engine stand lol.
I'll probably have it altogether and looking like a car again in the new year all going to plan.

4.1 is perfect in wgh to be honest. It's all 3rd and maybe 4th gear.

Any diff above a 3.15 in E36 medium case must be built up. I'm trying to get in parts to build a selection of them soon and I'll probably be building a few to sell too depending on wha people need.
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Old 30-Aug-2013, 06:45 PM
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Cool keep me in mind lad..be Interested in 3:7 or ideally 3:9.
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Old 28-Oct-2013, 09:51 PM
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Another hassle free drift day... Hard to beat m power...
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Old 31-Oct-2013, 05:33 PM
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Another hassle free drift day... Hard to beat m power...
You were doing well on Monday lad

Total E36 lovefest on track all day they are taking over!



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Old 31-Oct-2013, 05:57 PM
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You were doing well on Monday lad

Total E36 lovefest on track all day they are taking over!
Thanks Fiona slowly getting to grips with it...ha ya ther taking over alright...I think people are finally starting to listen to chucky
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Old 31-Oct-2013, 06:01 PM
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Yeah certainly seems to be the new craze in West Cork

Ah was nice to get a few spins on track for a change I love practice days!

Telling ya though, Emma Healy what a woman!



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Old 31-Oct-2013, 06:11 PM
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Was she driving a black 14??? I spun then with all the exctiment nearly pulling out in front of her...prob didn't go down to well infairness to here she's well able for it...sure I suppose you'll be swapping the camera for a drift car next
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Old 31-Oct-2013, 07:21 PM
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Yeah that's here with a bit of sticker bombing on the front window. She seriously gives a lot of the ladson track a run for their money!

I dunno Chucky said i can drive the car whenever i want but i would like to go somewhere quiet for a day to learn the ropes i would just get in everybody way during a practice day i think.

Would like some basics under my belt before i went on track it would only be fair to other people i think instead of holding them up while i get pulled out of the gravel!!
I will give it a shot someday i am curious just see could i manage it



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Old 31-Oct-2013, 07:30 PM
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Sure that's wat practise days are for....hop in and give it ago...wouldn't be worried about been in people's way or stuck in gravel...sure we have all been ther some would say I'm still ther

Wit a few hints and tips from chuck you'd be drifting in no time....
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Old 31-Oct-2013, 11:13 PM
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Ah maybe some day I will get around to it!



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