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51Project Fast Frenchy - Page 3 Empty Re: Project Fast Frenchy on 13th September 2015, 10:00 pm

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Rich's wide arch car isn't a looker Johnny it's built for a cause and that's to eliminate anything trying to get past it Laughing


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52Project Fast Frenchy - Page 3 Empty Re: Project Fast Frenchy on 14th September 2015, 9:37 am

Trackslag172

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@gtir.rich wrote:No excuses this time tim. I didnt know you would be so dedicated to the cause. I like it mate. See you Thursday morning

I'll see you there, should be a good laugh. One of Bobs guys has just acquired a clio 172 like mine, so next year you should have 2 of us to go up against Very Happy

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53Project Fast Frenchy - Page 3 Empty Re: Project Fast Frenchy on 16th September 2015, 10:53 am

gtir.rich

gtir.rich
I know Reece got 1. I was there last night pulling wires off yours as thats all thats left in it lol nah really was there doing couple bits on my 1. Your clio looks the nuts, I picked it up no joke had the back of it foot off the floor its fucking mentel. See you tomorrow mate

54Project Fast Frenchy - Page 3 Empty Re: Project Fast Frenchy on 16th September 2015, 11:02 am

Trackslag172

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HAHA, I have some built up aggression to let loose tomorrow, some cunt just rear ended my brand new van this morning!!!!

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55Project Fast Frenchy - Page 3 Empty Re: Project Fast Frenchy on 16th September 2015, 7:09 pm

buckym120

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Bad news about the van Mate much damage?

I spoke to Bill the weekend and he said how much you had done on the Clio. Have fun tomorrow boys

56Project Fast Frenchy - Page 3 Empty Re: Project Fast Frenchy on 16th September 2015, 7:42 pm

Trackslag172

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@buckym120 wrote:Bad news about the van Mate much damage?

I spoke to Bill the weekend and he said how much you had done on the Clio.  Have fun tomorrow boys

Cheers mate, its not too bad. hopefully only rear doors and bumper

I am well impressed with the clio, hats off to Bob, Reece and Lee for getting it done so quickly. Hopefully I'll be giving Rich a run for his money!
I'll get some decent pictures tomorrow of all the work Bob and Co have done.


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57Project Fast Frenchy - Page 3 Empty Re: Project Fast Frenchy on 18th September 2015, 8:54 pm

johnny gtir

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Is your washer bottle and battery in the boot Tim ?

58Project Fast Frenchy - Page 3 Empty Re: Project Fast Frenchy on 20th September 2015, 6:08 pm

Trackslag172

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@johnny gtir wrote:Is your washer bottle and battery in the boot Tim ?

The washer bottle was, but now it I have 'borrowed' a pulsar washer bag and put it back where the washer bottle used to be under the bonnet. The battery is now behind where the passenger seat will go. Pics to follow

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59Project Fast Frenchy - Page 3 Empty Re: Project Fast Frenchy on 20th September 2015, 6:13 pm

Trackslag172

Trackslag172
Mods since last update (almost all of this has been done by Bob, Reece and Lee):

Battery in passenger side (rear of seat)
BC Coilovers all round
Polybushes all round
Cage fitted (still needs a couple of strengthening welds on a and b pillars but its bolted in for now)
Spare wheel well has been removed to decrease drag under the car
passenger door internals removed and window clamped in place (drivers will be done when i've got some poly carb windows)

I have managed to get a full house of warning lights on the dash after snetterton as well!:smile:

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60Project Fast Frenchy - Page 3 Empty Re: Project Fast Frenchy on 20th September 2015, 6:22 pm

gtir_woody

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Nice update, will make a hell of a difference with all new bushes and coilovers.

61Project Fast Frenchy - Page 3 Empty Re: Project Fast Frenchy on 21st September 2015, 9:09 pm

Trackslag172

Trackslag172
@gtir_woody wrote:Nice update, will make a hell of a difference with all new bushes and coilovers.

It has made a massive difference, the car is far more rigid through the corners now. Just need to learn not to let off halfway round a corner as the back end is very sensitive to that sort of thing!!

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62Project Fast Frenchy - Page 3 Empty Re: Project Fast Frenchy on 21st September 2015, 11:57 pm

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You talking bout your back end Tim or the cars Laughing

On a serious note looks like one of those rear springs has shifted out of line, will check that out when it comes back for the welding, could be all the sideways stuff over the grass has not helped lol


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63Project Fast Frenchy - Page 3 Empty Re: Project Fast Frenchy on 22nd September 2015, 6:19 pm

GTIR James


Looking good Tim. They do handle well.
Agree with Bob. That rear spring is about to fall out.

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