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seanmcg last won the day on April 4 2019

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  1. if it is who i think it is, this is not the first time, two plates removed and not put back? was surely him doing rebuild in the first place? or was anybody else at it? still not your fault as these things should be inspected, Aido is right give Anthony a shout, the guys at shadow are the best in the business and go above and beyond, they'll steer you in the right direction, damaged rotor but re-useable? is he having a laugh? also your only 12 months into your 24 month warranty.. absolute cheek
  2. pretty good results, when normalised to 250rpm be mid- high 6's.
  3. very nice best of luck with her
  4. sorry its miles.corrick@eurocarparts.com, forgot the car bit
  5. try miles.corrick@europarts.com, he did me a great deal on powerflex bushes front and rear for i think 350?? i got the 6 pillow balls from rhd japan, j-auto in the states do an aftermarket version
  6. if its driven every now and then and youve had it since may perhaps the fuel in the tank has gone bad, which could be one of the issues, best drain it and put fresh fuel in, does it have alot of white smoke on start up? you can do a champagne test on start up, just fill the filler neck up to the top and start it up u should see bubbles straight away its got seal failure, blue smoke would indicate oil and it does look like its over fueling alot, if its on 1 rotor then one of the chambers wouldnt be firing and plugs would have fuel on them , always best to get a compression test though just to rule out the main things, were you located?
  7. good price, very rare these days
  8. gorgous FD mate, love the colour, best of luck with it, main thing id do first is get an aftermarket ecu (apexi pfc etc..) and remap it, reason being is the rotary engine is very sensitive to knock, in japan there tuned to japanese fuel 100ron, in ireland our fuel sucks, is about 95ron at best, i see your in NI so id be using 99ron at all times but well worth a remap, also if you want to get the most out of your map, new intercooler,rad, downpipe , decat and exhaust.. up the boost a little and she'll be flying
  9. im a bit of a brand junkie, i dont use my rx7 that often so i dont mind spending money on premix, i use the idemitsu rotary pre-mix, same used in 767Bin 24hour la mans,
  10. damn thats johnnylaynes rx7, very nice car and really good spec, worth the money
  11. thats shit dude, however i do think you can name drivers on a classic policy, now i wonder does the named driver need to be 30 also?? could get your mam/dad or sibling who is over 30 and has there own policy to insure the car then name you on it, ring campion for a main policy if your stuck, there pretty decent from what i remember, still alot more than classic though
  12. welcome to the club dude, nice FC!! for a rebuild give anthony/eoin a shout in shadow rotary, there on the list of mechanics and garages,
  13. fair play chazz glad your all sorted now, that was a quick build, what kindve porting did you get done?
  14. make sure you get it re-mapped as soon as it gets to ireland, it will be mapped on japan fuel 100ron, ours is 95ron, or you will be rebuilding it soon, lovely car though, nice mazdaspeed seat
  15. ah that must be new criteria with autoline ive been with them the past 3 years and just turned 30 last month
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