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Clio 182 - I need to run a power cable to the battery in the enginebay along with some other wiring. Has anyone run cables to the interior without majorly stripping the car down?
I cannot really use a longacre bulkhead terminal as I have suspension wiring to add in too (electronic damping)
Only 100% metallic pads like CL brakes don’t require bedding in. As far as I know Hawk pads still need a bedding in process and will transfer some material to the disc.
they do have some aggressive compounds. Race pads designed for short race events tend to not have the disc or pad life as a...
Sadly there is no standardisation for measuring braking friction so the comparison of graphs gives you an idea of how the pads react to temperature but nothing else. Friction can change based on clamping load and many other factors on a test rig
Oh and new front ABS sensors are fitted> I'm using these as support for running the front wiring out of the wheel wells.
So I need to run two front damper cables through the bulkhead.
I need to run the power cable through the bulkhead and connect to the battery (its looking a bit short on wire...
Other side is 95% done. I've not swapped one track rod end at the moment as I was concerned I'd round off the nut. It's booked in for MOT and front alignment next Wednesday so I'll tackle that when on the garage ramps as access will be more convenent.
It was definitely the worst side. The Sachs...
The unit is getting a reshuffle so the pressure was on to get the car rolling. I needed to build one side.
Couldnt get the abs sensor off due to a rounded nut so cut the cable to enable me to remove the hub.
Took a blowtorch to the track rod end and got that off easy. I undid the outer ball...