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ALEX P

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About ALEX P

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    Amersham, Bucks

Previous Fields

  • Current 911
    1985 3.6 Carrera
  • Daily Driver
    955 Cayenne
  • Lottery Car
    993 RSR or IROC in Kermit green or M5 BMW 2002 or...
  • Day Job?
    Aerospace stuff
  • Drink?
    Yep

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  1. You know that they're aftermarket right Nige? What's up with yours? You can get them refurbed/tested/new seals etc fairly reasonably or even buy a kit yourself.
  2. Hey mate, please can I take the centre air vents - I snapped some of the slats on mine fitting a rubbish phone/satnav holder!
  3. Do you reckon he's disconnected the speedo to 'keep the miles down' or just to avoid getting nicked posting his video?
  4. Maybe, I have been looking into toning down the front end a bit. Bit more of an SCRS type look. This could be done by chopping mine up and grafting bits of a bumper like Jevs onto it or buying a new one from EB. My biggest headache is the oil cooler and ducting behind it so I need to have a proper think about that. Cheers dude No worries, I have no plans to change the rear.
  5. Shotgun the blue front one piece jobbie. I'll contact you tomorrow bud.
  6. Sounds fun mate but Lockdown #3 boredom got the better of me...
  7. Excellent Ben. Have you got any potential events in the calendar?
  8. My old Cayenne is a fat lardy thing, not this. I don't think I'd be disappointed if I was handed the keys, unless I was asked to park it at Tesco or in a multistory or anything other than parent and toddler....
  9. ALEX P

    Lightweight SC

    Lovely looking car. Really clean Bit high at the front but I love the SCRS bumpers and the headlights work really well.
  10. This is me too Ian. I used to use Magnatec but without falling into the trap of reading all of these tedious oil threads in too much detail I decided that the argument for switching to VR1 was reasonable enough so just did it. TBH,I have found dick all difference but I do believe that provided you regularly change it then you can't go too far wrong whatever camp you sit in. Life is too short. Make sure there is oil in the car and then use the thing. I'm good at the first part!!
  11. I didn't have quite so much luck. Did the usual ringaround and it came out as: Locktons £550ish, RH £615ish & Classicline £765ish so looks like I'll stick with Locktons.
  12. Don't know if it's just the photo Phil but it looks more than 90 degrees. I had a dig through my photo's and the ones I took off also kind of confirm this. The keep fit versions I replaced mine with are completely different.
  13. I've got my insurance due in the next few weeks so have had my valuation renewed by the Sherriff (top job) and need to do the trawl. I used to be with RH who were very good and mod friendly but didn't do track days so I changed to Henderson Taylor who were fine albeit a bit more expensive but did do tracks. I wasn't really using the track cover so then switched to Locktons as they were highly recommended by a friend in the biz. They seem very fussy about the track cover they do offer like PCGB only events but that hasn't really bothered me. I've stayed with them for the past few year
  14. Yeah, that's a bit 'challenging' isn't it!!
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