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That’s a fair point, but I was sort of thinking they were a fit and forget type of part. If that’s the case though I’m thinking maybe I will put the purple road series in? Surely there life expectancy will be high but when you start throwing Trackdays in its another can of worms.
I’ve just had my second failed black series bush on the 182. First was the inner roll bar bush, now a wishbone bush. Both were black series, and both failed in 3 years.
Granted the car is driven hard and it’s done 10 Trackdays and around 8 thousand miles. I don’t feel like I’ve...
I took a ride in a members car last year, it was a 172 showing over 270k on the clock. Pulled like a train. He’s a very good mechanic but if you know a very good mechanic there’s no reason you can’t do the same.
I’ve always liked the look of these and this one is no exception. I would definitely lose the wind deflectors as above and the yellow callipers. Just my personal taste but otherwise a good looking car.
Could be wrong but it looks like it’s had a new grill, don’t think the stickers are correct but that could have been swapped for cosmetic reasons rather than crash damage. If it’s been for sale forever there could be a deal on. Worth a look IMO of course.
From what I’ve seen you were the “man” if you got your fingers on the paint work of a passing group B rally car. A period of unlimited horse power and courage that I look back on in admiration and disbelief.
Maybe Henri Toivensen wasn’t a massive player in that arena but any man/co driver who...
Me personally, I’d never replace one spring without doing the other but I’m unsure if there would be any major effects from what they have done.
Do the arb bushes, eliminate them as they need doing anyway. Test the car and look to the next area if needed.