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I agree with the above that the "rush" to small capacity petrol engines is all very well, but the fact is turbo diesels are still more powerful in the real world IF you also want good fuel economy. They've refined diesels over the last 20 years to the point where they outperform petrol (IMO) the instant grunt for overtaking and relaxed motorway cruise for example. And with modern DPF, AdBlue etc, they are far less polluting than before.
I love the lazy torque of a diesel and i think they would suit a 4x4 car better.
There is a move to penalise diesels, but given that they probably still make up a large proportion of UK cars, it'll take a while to phase them out.
On the other hand, fizzy turbo petrols are great fun to drive, but you don't generally get the fuel economy.
Petrols have some catching up to do, but nowadays the efficiency will be achieved by going hybrid.
Today I've booked the shuttle for this event, plan to go over on the 12th so I can make a long weekend out of it returning on the 15th, present costs are £146.00 return which is £20 more then the ferry, reserved a chalet at Eau rouge, it's been 5 years since my last visit and I've been reliably told it's a great event again now so looking forward to it.
if I set cold the air comes in cold but if I set full hot temp sometimes is medium hot sometimes is a thin hot I gave a call to my garage and they told me to change the heater matrix that probably after 24 years some pipes are obstructed
It is quite possible that the veins are blocked, and if it's that old it won't do any harm renewing anyway.
As a quick test what temp are the matrix lines going to the bulkhead?
After a couple of months of looking for a replacement for my trusty Audi, last night I drove home in a Focus RS. I'd looked at a few different cars - A45, S3 Golf R and a TTS but plumped for the RS.
It's a 17 plate, 19k miles, one owner, Lux pack, Winter pack and forged alloys. It also has a ceramic coat so the bodywork is 'as new' The interior is immaculate with no bolster wear and rear seats that look like they've never been sat in.
Like Gunzi I'm going with a Dreamscience map as they get good reviews. I'm also booked in for a Ghost immobiliser.
Well they say that their lexan window meets FIA standards, and if they do, then it's probably even better than regular equipment. Anyway, maybe you've considered using polyurethane to fill in the gaps of the rubber? Maybe even spraying it afterwards with grainy spray?
It doesn't matter if it meets another standard unless it is an accepted equivalent. If it does not have the "E" mark etc., it will make the car "illegal/unrodworthy". Track standards don't usually translate to road ones and they are much stricter here that in the UK, etc. Better? Well it will be a light, floppy plastic window. Safe for racing but not what you want on a restored "near-classic".
The bill for this restoration is already enough that spoiling the end result with bodges to save a few Euros is not an option unless a part really is not available. Getting a good deal on parts or only replacing what actually needs replacing is the target. The glass surround/seal is what I need but it appears not to be available.
Grainy spray looks great when new but fades quite fast, again spoiling the look. OK on items you can remove and redo but not ideal for glued-in window surrounds.
Lady driver in faded red unadulterated Coupe on A406 north circular this afternoon travelling between A13 and M11 Looked a lot like the rear near side wheel was about to collapse into the boot :-( N reg with F's and or J's, couldn't get a pic whilst driving
Known technical issues: Can only open boot with internal release. However the previous owner had all the barrels replaced as had lost some keys so all 3 keys are with the car, alloy, blue and red.
General condition in and out: Condition is very good inside and out see below for recent work carried out. The only thing detracting from the interior is some scratches on the drivers seat back bolster (probably caused by jacket zip)
Extensive work carried out in November 2017 at Midland Car Servicing included the following at a cost of £2850 Full service Alternator Exhaust manifold gasket Cambelt kit Both front wishbones Air con condenser Front anti roll bar drop links Turbo pipe replaced Handbrake cables replaced Full alignment
In April 2018 I had the steering rack replaced and the bonnet repainted to take car of some stone chips.