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Shunter8

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  1. Would be interesting to see what the Stagea is pumping out after all these years but sadly I work Saturdays 😔 Have fun guys
  2. I think it’s more the wording that’s the confusion. A “non fault claim” would be someone else’s insurance is paying for your cars repair or replacement, so although your insurance would be doing some legwork, the 3rd party is the one footing the bill. An “at fault claim” means you’re choosing to claim on your own policy for a payout from your insurance company and as such they’re footing the bill.
  3. Standard practice, as he’s now made a claim against that policy it’s no longer an active policy. It’s to cover themselves as if he were then to use said policy to then borrow a car and drive third party using his own insurance and then have another accident they’d then potentially have multiple claims against one policy which doesn’t really work. It’s also to stop him now using the car in question too until it’s been assessed and either paid out or rejected as a claim.
  4. Spent yesterday having the Stagea detailed along with being taught how to along the way, looks way better for 18 years old now 👌🏻
  5. The diff has a peg that sticks down lower though that’s designed to be the jacking point, so that you don’t jack on the actual diff casing and damage the fins.
  6. Hi, yes these are still available Hi, £150 is a little low to be fair so no. Not desperate to sell them so don’t wanna give them away.
  7. I’ll be camping over with some mates. Will be in my Stagea, but we haven’t organised a stand so just in the public area.
  8. Right guys, my Stagea runs the touring brakes but I’m struggling to find discs and pads for it. All the ones on Tarmac are listed for Brembo setups. Eventually I want to upgrade to the Akebono setup but currently don’t have the £3k spare to do so (£2k on brake setup and £1k on suitable 19s and tyres to go over them) and the discs and pads currently are worn beyond my liking so need changing soon. So who’s got good recommendations for disc and pad setups for the touring/import setup and where did you find them please?
  9. I’d second a recommendation for String Theory. Used them back in November and had a full corner weight and alignment done on my 350Z at the time and cost me £400, definitely money well spent and that was just with HSD Dualtechs and standard arms
  10. Well after the meet the other day I’ve decided to go a different route with the Stagea so now no longer need to keep hold of the 350Z Rays I have. Now be prepared, they are in no way mint! They’ll definitely need a refurb as whoever’s done them before was terrible at it as the lacquer has peeled on them (they came like this when I bought the 350Z but as I went aftermarket it didn’t bother me at the time, I planned to eventually get them refurbed). The fronts are loose as the good tyres from them carried over onto my aftermarket wheels. The rears have mismatched tyres on
  11. No problem, thanks for the reply. I’m after a pair of rear 8.5Js to go with the pair I have to run a square setup on my Stagea.
  12. Are they the rear 8.5J or front 8j please?
  13. As it’s a JDM would it not be for your rear fog as they don’t come fitted as standard in Japan.
  14. Well been what feels like an eternity since I washed it, sadly had the father in law diagnosed with cancer and shortly after pass away so not really done much on the car other that trips to and from the hospital. But anyway, here’s some pics of when she was clean, but currently she’s looking like the first set of pictures now again, so due another good bath.
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