Hey MorayLooking good there Dan, what made you go for the 4.7 diff ?
4350rpm @70mph in 5th gear... this is with 205/50/16 tyresThanks, that would be great.
That’s exactly my thoughts mate, I think a 4.9FD or/and a close ratio kit would be slight overkill for a street driven motorI did the same put teg fd with teg 1st/3rd i think it was, along with mfactory lightened flywheel did make a lot of difference... Good mod without making the ratios too extreme for road/track use
Thought it was. Still looks tidy as ever !Great job from Dean at Exile Valeting, Edinburgh , car has never looked so good. Really happy with how its turned out.
Thanks to Dan for sorting this out for me as I live at the other end of the country.
Irf this is Mrs Nez old car..
Cleaned the areas up with some APC and panel wipe, let it dry thoroughly, blew it out incase any dust settled then used white SikaFlex 527AT to fill in the hairline cracks.Looking great as always there Dan. What sealer did you use at the rear hatch area and hinges ?
no, the original seam sealer had just started to crack, it wasn’t bad at all, so after giving the area a good degrease and clean with the APC and panel wipe I just laid some on top. I done a bit research and chose to go with the SikaFlex as it bonds to paint, metal and plastic. It stays flexible, ages well and was easy to use.Good to know I have never heard of white SilaFlex 527AT but after reading post and looking I could use some.
Did you cut the existing mastic out or where the crack was Dan.
Nice one IrfLeft overnight and brushed on some white paint. Hopefully no more leaks.