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Busybee

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    IB Glitterati

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    Wales

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  • Current 911
    911SC Targa, 3.2 Carrera Coupe, 912E backdate project
  • Daily Driver
    987 Boxster
  • Lottery Car
    73 RS. 964 C2. 918. 911R. GT2. GT3RS ....
  • Most-played albums in your iPod/CD Changer
    Oasis (I know)
  • Day Job?
    Company Director

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  1. Outlaws, to your rides! πŸ˜ŽπŸ˜‚
  2. If it is, save you a couple of quid Phill https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F352618765812
  3. Thing is Shirish, the FPR failure isn't BSM's fault, right? Will ATP or RL pay as well as replace the part FOC? I'd call ATP with the above and explain it has cost you Β£300 in diagnosis fees to find out the part they supplied in Jan failed. People are generally nicer on the phone. Explain the cost was for a break down recovery and diagnosis at BSM following the FPR failure. Offer to invoice them. Makes it officially a request for payment for a cost incurred. You never know, ATP might just pay up or make a contribution offer.
  4. Guess the problem is AT have replaced the part FOC. Yes it was faulty. Can't see them paying for diagnosis work. In fairness BSM diagnosed it for you (BSM - Isn't that British School of Motoring btw? πŸ˜‚) while the other lot were chasing sensors. As much as I think BSM should be a lot more customer focussed, Β£300 in the scheme of a build like this is a small amount really. Might be worth swallowing it just to keep them on side as they know your engine better than anyone. I'd keep them marginally on side so you can go back for advice or work if needed rather than souring the whole thing for Β£300. Just my
  5. Busybee

    Fuel Additive

    πŸ‘ Β£20 on ebay delivered for the 500ml multishot.
  6. Busybee

    Fuel Additive

    Resurrecting an old thread here. Not regarding lead but ethanol. Opie Oils have free delivery this weekend and as Shell Petrol Stations are few and far between up here in the sticks, thinking of an additive. This looks good https://www.opieoils.co.uk/p-69350-millers-vspe-power-plus-ethanol-protection-lead-replacement-octane-boost.aspx. Is this what you use @SP72?
  7. Bit tame that aero WC 😜 Make a great snow plough with just a few tweaks And @PorscheApostle. You know it’s gonna be a monster πŸ²πŸ˜‚ 350hp, 420Nm. Are you lightening the car significantly?
  8. Pleasure. Always doff p my cap to those guys willing to take on the hard jobs themselves πŸ‘
  9. Good stuff. Only asked as removing those might cause alignment problems in a Targa without stiffening first. He says watching the guys actually do it on here πŸ˜‚
  10. Sounds like it’ll be a monster! Good job 😎
  11. πŸ™ˆ glad you sound on top,of it. Is your car a coupe?
  12. Showing off with the tan there Shirish! πŸ˜‚πŸ™ˆ Thanks Baz. First hand knowledge is superb. I think my wife just loves the look of them. I’ve tried my best steering the conversation to more fun cars but no joy. Think we’ll be looking at 16/17 year cars. Big jump price wise for the latest model. 4 motion is a must and I think mrs misses the high up driving position of our old landy and crv. Thanks again Haith
  13. Great looking car. Been showing Mrs BB but she's keen on a Tiguan.
  14. Bit off on the perspective but I do like them
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