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  1. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by Silverback View Post
    You don't wear helmets?

    Your waffle could get damaged.
    no, only on special stages is a helmet mandatory.

    and don't worry , my waffle is empty , so nothing can get damaged.

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    just finished a new exhaust after our dammage in the last rally. I have now more ground clearence by passing the middle still with 2 tubes/silencers dia 60 /90 mm instead of 1 dia 76/120 mm. Also some extra bends made it possible to mount it complete higher up in the tunnel.
    So now we have a X piece in front and a Y piece in the back just to go into the 1 tube dia 76 exhaust in the back of the car. . Sound is improved ... still loud

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    But does it go faster?

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    I have to give old WaffleHead credit. While he does not do much work, what he does is nice work.

  5. #45
    Quote Originally Posted by Ron77 View Post
    But does it go faster?

    Ron
    don't think we will notice a difference....
    Next saterday again rally ! So i must figure out how that stupid Terratrip works ... ;)

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    Have Silver explain how it works to you. I would also suggest Nomad but would hate to see you wind up in the ocean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by belgiumbarry View Post
    don't think we will notice a difference....
    Next saterday again rally ! So i must figure out how that stupid Terratrip works ... ;)

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    Well WaffleHead, being a man I have to assume you did not read the instruction manuals did you?

    You may want to start there for how they work.

    I looked at the Terratrip website. Do they have a instruction manual in your language?

  8. #48
    no, i did not read the manual....

    this should be it... will try it tomorrow.

    http://terratrip.com/Manuals/Terratr...%20V1%20EN.pdf

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    there's even a youtube of last rally on a connection road in the morning , the small road was still frozen , the bigger one had salt on it .... ;)
    Nr 5 isn't there in front of us , but ended the rally OK.
    Nr 1 crashed later on in a ditch... pitty.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCE9fIo_lWs
    Last edited by belgiumbarry; 02-18-2017 at 02:58 PM.

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    Hey Norbert, why don't you start a thread specific to your rally experiences instead of it being buried in another thread.

    I'm sure a lot of us would like to follow along on your exploits.

  11. #51
    don't know Silver, working on the car and "weber tuning" among others is 90 % of the time, my hobby. Driving is only the rest , the 10 %. If you drive a day rallying you must be able to spend 10 days under the car if not , it becomes to expensive ......or no more a hobby.
    I have no intention to advertise my rally experiences , just show it in comparison with the needed work on the car... and expenses. Look, last rally was about 200 $ participation cost , with our exhaust dammage, it became a 1000 $. In addition 3 fill up fuel , but that's normal, as forseen. I mean, Always perview the total cost x 3....

    the real diehards cars nuts will be reading here , no ?

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    FFR Mk 3.1 complete kit, many modifications. boss 427w, weber 48 IDA's
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    Barry,

    Just keep posting your rally experiences and pictures as we really do enjoy them. And most of us know how expensive any kind of racing is. You know the old adage, How to make a small fortune in racing is to start with a large fortune.

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    i mean , i don't have enough "driving" to fill a dedicated thread.... more the hole package included the more time consuming wrenching ....
    Here are some pics of last rally , at the start and somewhere early in the morning... ( car was still clean ...)

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    Last edited by belgiumbarry; 02-20-2017 at 03:01 AM.

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    Is that snow on the ground? The car looks good.

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    Yes, Ron snow. A bit later it was again light snowing. After all, we are here "mid-end" winter....

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    Do they let you drink bourbon while driving?

    Just asking for a friend that may be interested.

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    i'm afraid not
    More, the rally before we even had a alcohol test on the start after a rest stop !

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    Quote Originally Posted by belgiumbarry View Post
    i'm afraid not
    More, the rally before we even had a alcohol test on the start after a rest stop !
    I'm withdrawing my Entry Application.
    SEE MY ALBUM

    "When I find the time, I'm going to sit down and write the social history of bourbon."



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    Quote Originally Posted by nomad View Post
    I'm withdrawing my Entry Application.
    you can always co-pilot ? Copilots may drink bourbon , as long as there head is +/- before the front window.

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