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  1. #2281
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    immaculate as ever... mine badly needs a wash and hoover etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    immaculate as ever... mine badly needs a wash and hoover etc.
    I hoovered mine once. About two years ago if I recall. I did bung it through the car wash this April though.
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  3. #2283
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    I see you still have the Bra Bus
    Yesh, it was named in our honour of your magnificent man boobs!

    Marco.

  4. #2284
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    immaculate as ever... mine badly needs a wash and hoover etc.
    Lol... It can be hard work keeping a car clean, period, especially to the standards I insist upon! Shame I'm not nearer, as I'd have kept yours in showroom condition... I enjoy it

    This is mainly for Jon. Found some better pics of the illuminated door sills, sports pedals and mats:



    I think the guy who had the car before me paid about £2.5k for those alone!

    Marco.

  5. #2285
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Lol... It can be hard work keeping a car clean, period, especially to the standards I insist upon! Shame I'm not nearer, as I'd have kept yours in showroom condition... I enjoy it

    This is mainly for Jon. Found some better pics of the illuminated door sills, sports pedals and mats:



    Marco.
    nice.. i cant get into positions to do a decent job, so it just gets what it gets im afraid.
    Regards,
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    I know, mate. It's hard enough for me, and I'm pretty fit. Keeping the inside of car clean especially is hard work. It just pisses me off if it's dirty.

    Marco.

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    Here's the Brabus 'tuning box', which came with the car, and that I sold when I had the bespoke remap done...





    I think the previous owner paid about £1200 for that, new and installed.... Essentially it cost me fuck all, and I sold it for just shy of £500

    Marco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post

    I use EBC Yellowstuff pads and their GD drilled and grooved Sport rotors, shown via link below [fitted after above pics were taken], which again are lighter than the norm, and most importantly stop the car very quickly when necessary!

    Marco.
    They are very very good pads, a few of us were given some yellows and reds to test by EBC along with the blues for track and they faired well. I have to say that the yellows were the best for fast road use as the reds just lacked bite when given some grief and the blues wouldn’t heat up enough on the road to be even considered safe. That said, when i used the yellows on track prior to swapping to the blues they literally crumbled to dust when removed, but to be fair to EBC they weren’t really meant for the abuse i gave them.
    The blues on the other hand were awesome when warmed up (and that took a few laps), but left some nasty deposits on my discs which had to be buffed off after every track day..



    When cleaned up..



    They eventually destroyed my DBA discs and i was given some Performance Friction discs which were far more suitable and lasted the course.

    And for no other reason other than i’ve spent the afternoon drinking with my buddy whom i used to race against and we were reminiscing our battles at various tracks, and this kept coming up trumps ..

    Brands in the snow, and yes, they let us all race until it was almost impossible put traction down. Fun though!




    I miss the fun, but not the money pit that car was.

  9. #2289
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Yesh, it was named in our honour of your magnificent man boobs!

    Marco.
    you been looking again on the pay per view web cam
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    you been looking again on the pay per view web cam
    I saw that, money well spent imv. Didn't know they did boob jobs for blokes, no way are they real
    I just dropped in, to see what condition my condition was in

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