Yeah, can't thank @Djw Dave enough for that. Especially given he knows what I'm like! It's an awesome track. Knockhill is superb but there's something about Donny that's special.New exhaust looks great. Gutting about the break down though. s**t happens. Least u still got to drive the track.
My CL5 did this and I ended up finding a pair of low mileage caliper carriers and fitting new pins to get rid of the slack.A busy wee week for the flamer again.
After the brake bleeding and swapping and clean on Sunday I remembered that DS1.11 squeal like f**k, especially when cold. So, every little bit of heat helps...
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Professional to a fault I tell you. Then back to automek for an alignment check as I was sure something had moved during my high speed off roading session.
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I was right! So with that sorted there was nothing left to do but track it! It was touch and go if it was going ahead with the amount of wind we had yesterday.
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Then of course what else is there to do after a track day bar more work like putting it back to road brakes and emptying all the tools out.
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I've done 3 days on the DS1.11 now and I'm really happy with how little they wear and how well they hold up. But, they're wearing a bit funny. I've been religious about making sure they're always used in the same position. Anyone any ideas? @[email protected]_Parts ?
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I think I'll swap inner and outer for the next one and accept they'll feel a bit crap until they're level again.
Very typical!Great stuff having the car up and running again, isn't that typical with the rain after all the dry weather we've had!!
Made a hell of a bang that's for sure. Think I said something along the lines of "that's that fucked then". Was remarkably calm. Until I did a burnout leaving....Balls!! Bet you said something worse than that though when it all happened! Sure it will be back before you know it, is the bonnet salvageable? Fingers crossed nothing else crops up for the rest of the year