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  1. I only just managed to get some otherwise I wouldn't have made it. I suspect attendance will be hit reasonably hard.
  2. "It was very well organised last year." hmmmm?
  3. Ah, indeed - that bypassed me. I assumed Main and Show entrance were same thing, but yes the show entrance seems to be the one down the back/side road looking at the map. I've seen directions to it before, before the main spectator entrance.
  4. https://www.gojapan.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2021/09/GOJapanplan2021CLUBS.pdf Yellow zone - entry via main entrance at 0730. 🥺 Will need pass here - https://www.gojapan.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2021/09/GoJapan_YellowCarClubPass.pdf
  5. I'll see you inside around then. Do you have a stand plot location within the grounds allocated? (I've been to Brands many times so a rectangle on a map will be easy for me to locate) David
  6. msitpro

    Hot Hot Hot

    http://www.vk2zay.net/calculators/helmholtz.php https://wilhelmraceworks.com/blog/killing-drone I have a quarter-wave pipe I had made for a specific length on my exhaust to cancel out drone between 2k and 3k. Sadly I also need a different length one for 1.5-2k.
  7. I had the same thought after fitting my BCs in a rush to pack up and get out of my dad's workshop at end of day... then realised I was being stupid next time I got in front of the engine bay. Can't remember what it was though - maybe the strut brace back to front? The jam nut length adjustment on the strut bar should be on the driver's side.
  8. Typical stealer. Always 1 careful lady owner 🙄
  9. Totally agree on the drone point with HFC and exhaust. I'm going to try reduce it with lots of heat wrap in future I think. I also have stainless (thin wall) headers so probably worse than yours is. Stock are cast double-walled... RE the rear brace. Also a UR user here - also hits on my exhaust at about 4000rpm or a short sharp acceleration. I need to pull it off to re-paint anyway as the stock coating is poor and I'm going to 'massage' with a hammer to get the clearance I need
  10. Beautiful wheels IMO. As others have said, what's the width and offsets?
  11. Those look/sound good, and great value as well. Just looked back at exactly what mine are - https://www.demon-tweeks.com/uk/kirkey-coilover-cover-244240/ Black, small. £43 per pair. "Manufactured from vinyl, providing a wipe clean finish which protects coilovers from dirt and debris without interrupting performance." It's true - wipe clean - I just wash them in the sink with washing up liquid etc. They don't have any logos on like the picture, and I cut the tapered ends off the bottom and just cut and then put a new zip tie on the en
  12. I take them off and clean them every now and then - suspension underneath is spotless. Before I had them, all manner of grime and surface rust occurred in the threads. Spent about 14 hours un-seizing them last year in lockdown. They were only 18 months old from new and covered about 10,000 miles. When I un-seized them last year I added a bit of copper ease on the threads and wound the collars up and down the length freely to spread it evenly.
  13. Can't remember the make of the ones I bought but they're like a fake leather material. I think an American brand via Demon Tweeks. Velcro on the ends, wraps around. I have cut the tapered bottoms off of the ones I have and then just zip tie the bottom secure. Absolutely essential for coilovers in the UK IMO. Zero downsides.
  14. Note also can improve grip via preventing a wheel leaving the ground. (Improved droop)
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