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About Jake4136

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  • Birthday 09/11/1991
  1. I did the 20k Spartan race yesterday in Battle. It was my first one too, I'm defiantly going back next year and to do all 3. It was a right blast!!
  2. I'm surprised these haven't been snapped up yet! Good price too
  3. Gym - 5 times a week Rugby - 3 times a week Motorbike Music festivals - Mostly house & edm Pub Used to play a lot of Xbox Building a track bike is next on my to do list
  4. Did mine in 4 days, they really teach you everything you need to know. I did it with a friend and I passed with one minor and he passed with 0 minors. I'd recommend getting a 600 first, no need to jump straight onto a litre bike. 600cc is plenty fast enough
  5. Studs are pretty easy to change, they look like this: You just turn the hub to where there is a little hole in the back, hit the stud with a rubber hammer(or put a bit of wood over it so you dont damage the thread) and it will pop out the back Put the longer stud in the way the old one came out and line the splines up. Put a long socket over the wheel stud then put your wheel nut on it and tighten it up. This pulls the stud all the way through. Make sure you double chack all the studs are seated properly and tighten all wheels nuts up with a torque wrench when you get your wheels back on Edit: Just like this
  6. These coilovers had covered well over 5000 miles when you bought the car off me over a year ago. Unless the cars been sat still since then i would hazard a guess these have a few more miles on them than are being advertised
  7. http://s1221.photobucket.com/user/jake4136/library/350z?sort=3&page=1 Have a look through there for some more fitment pics. That's on coilovers, I can't remember how far the drop was but it was more than 30/30
  8. You need 20mm spacers on the front to clear the brembos and the rears are a perfect fitment
  9. Front: 255 / 40 / 19 Rear: 275 / 35 / 19 Is oem 370z rays tyres size
  10. I had a slight rub on full lock but nothing serious and I had to tuck the outer arch a tiny bit in the middle but it was so slight I did it by hand.
  11. Its only 9 miles from me and the guy has agreed to let me drive it to my uncles garage and throw it up on the ramps.
  12. Due to changing jobs I need to get a diesel. Boring I know but a necessity for now Iv mainly been looking at 2.0tdi A4's, 320d's and Merc C220(coming in a tad over budget).Budget £9000 Back to my point, im going to look at this on Saturday and would love to hear your opinions/experiences http://www.gumtree.com/p/bmw/bmw-320d-turbo-m-sport-coupe-e92-black-leather-fbmwsh-xenons/1097750457 Fuel type Diesel Year 2007 Body type Coupe Model 320d m sport Colour Blue Seller type Private Mileage 70693 Transmission Manual Make BMW Engine size 1995(177bhp) Posted 17 days ago Description BMW 320d turbo Msport coupe (E92) in Le Mans Blue. Last MOT had no advisories MOT due October 2015 last MOT . Full BMW service history, Last serviced 69900 miles BMW halo ring daylight running lights Xenon main beam lights. 18" light alloy double spoke wheels (style 225 M) New tyres recently fitted . Full dakota leather upholstery with black ceiling finish and fine brushed aluminium interior trim (Looks as new) M sport foot-well mats. Electric adjusting sports seats with lumbar support Child seat points in the rear (isofix system). Air conditioning with dual climate control. Power steering Electric windows Cruise control Steering wheel adjustment Parking aid sensors Driver's airbags, Side airbags, Passenger airbags. Electric locking doors and boot. Alarm and immobilizer Auto dimming rear view mirror. Inspections welcome If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to ask. All opinions welcome, good or bad
  13. 2002 mini cooper 1.6 petrol 90,000miles I've just topped up my girlfriends pink coolant with about 200 ml of blue coolant (from just below the minimum line to just below the max line). I quick Google search says that the pink and blue may react together and create a sludge that will damage the cooling system. Am I going to need to flush the system? Thanks for any advice
  14. Seems quite a good project imo. I'd try and get a rough estimate of the total price of parts before you start and like someone else has said, factor in that cat c/d cars are harder to sell when it's done and also sell for less than a non crash damaged car





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