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Old 10-17-2004, 10:43 PM   #17776
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Dont worry, I wont do that if we racing in a country which doesnt allow tobacco company as a sponsor..
Next time i will try a beer can instead of it
You need to come to Germany for that
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Old 10-17-2004, 11:54 PM   #17777
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Dont worry, I wont do that if we racing in a country which doesnt allow tobacco company as a sponsor..
Next time i will try a beer can instead of it
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Old 10-18-2004, 12:07 AM   #17778
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Next time i will try a beer can instead of it
OK Rif, I'll keep that in mind. One can of beer in your mouth while both your hands are holding the car, OK?
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Old 10-18-2004, 01:45 AM   #17779
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OK

Another question that got me

They actually wear on the inside of the outdrives and you cannot see the wear, stick a dogbone into the diff and see if you can turn it.

Another thing B4, when you car is on the starter box and you rev it does the rear jump up and down?

I know I am persisting, but this is the only rear end problem I have experinced with the car in 8 months
Hi Picard,

Car runs smooth and I have checked again and they are not worn. Thanks for that tip though at least it will be let me know what is wrong when they actually do wear.
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Old 10-18-2004, 02:20 AM   #17780
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Car runs smooth and I have checked again and they are not worn. Thanks for that tip though at least it will be let me know what is wrong when they actually do wear.
Just screw in and tighten to set the diff harder. That will make the rear more stable.
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Old 10-18-2004, 02:44 AM   #17781
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Just screw in and tighten to set the diff harder. That will make the rear more stable.
Thanks D. I saw your earlier response to this problem and also remember Julius saying to run a tight diff the brain cells forgot untill you mentioned it.
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Thanks D. I saw your earlier response to this problem and also remember Julius saying to run a tight diff the brain cells forgot untill you mentioned it.
No worries. The brain cells usual work like that on Mondays.
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OK Rif, I'll keep that in mind. One can of beer in your mouth while both your hands are holding the car, OK?

That is too difficult... 1 mistake i will drunk nitro

Put the can on track and use a silicone line is more visible..

Where were you now? You missed DTM and last nats serie in JITC
Oh boy.. that Nats serie is my straight 9th Monday that I wasnt at home
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Here is a pic of the pitting situation from our race last saturday.

My car is closest to camera and the ugly looking bloke working on his car with my hudy is another vocal member of the forum.

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Here is a pic of the pitting situation from our race last saturday.

My car is closest to camera and the ugly looking bloke working on his car with my hudy is another vocal member of the forum.
Aha! Two new victims, ehm, I mean, customers for my Photoshop Dirt Filter scan, ehm, I mean, project
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Here is a pic of the pitting situation from our race last saturday.

My car is closest to camera and the ugly looking bloke working on his car with my hudy is another vocal member of the forum.

Have a listen to him, "My hudy setup station"

Well who's table is that I am working on?

It is a good size for ONE, but someones car has taken over half of it

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Old 10-18-2004, 05:33 AM   #17787
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Aha! Two new victims, ehm, I mean, customers for my Photoshop Dirt Filter scan, ehm, I mean, project
Hey..none of that
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Here is a pic of the pitting situation from our race last saturday.

My car is closest to camera and the ugly looking bloke working on his car with my hudy is another vocal member of the forum.
Is that the pic you took when he realised his fly was open?
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Is that the pic you took when he realised his fly was open?
Tracksuit pants, no fly... Mr Funnyman
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Tracksuit pants, no fly... Mr Funnyman
Come on Gav... you know better than to assume Ant is capable of doing up a zipper.
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