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Joker

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  • Drives :
    1976 GLS Avenger :1996 Gravel Express : 2001 Commodore
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    Pr0ject MayHem
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    Dannevirke
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    Woodie

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  1. We had a bug in April @preim fixe0r3d it (log filling up database) minor downtime (a day if anyone missed it thats why)
  2. TBH : looks like something I'd do I was gunna post a screen shot but someones limted the files size
  3. heh not really any details : sorta started it 20 something years ago I don't pay attention to it tbh just know I'm insured LOL bit blasé on finances tbh
  4. AON here : also a broker, but I'm also 40 and nothing newer than 2012 (the Hyundai) Subaru GEX is 1996 and the Avenger/s are 1976'ish
  5. On the Subaru''s I've dared lift bonnet I thought was the coke can canister Passenger side (about 2/3rds as tall? EDIT LMGTFY
  6. I've got no experiance but i;d go with "she'll be rite mate' if it ever picks up I bet the sock will do its job, then when you turn off, drops it etc if you're really worried I'd check the fuel filter in the engine bay in a couple months maybe
  7. correcto woulda been nothing worse to turn up & get turned away for not complying those dog Window things for the back windows seem popular on the few street track cars I've seen though I do like the look of the vented helmets etc
  8. ahh yeah there's that also, though the ducted helmet seems optimal *hence not just rushing out & getting the best I can for the lowest price (never a great approach to skrimp on safety based purely on cost factor : though the 20% off Cardwells might help me get the better equipment for a reasonable investment etc if is comparable) Hans & Suit and Gloves and boots one at a time I think (as I progress) the single Layer Silvester Suit I have is ok for now, along with my open Face Helmet that meets the standards for what I do (and it's due for retiremen
  9. TY & yep : I'm not making it simple or myself Future : Avenger Circuit / Grip Car current : Clubsport Basic & Rally Sprint co-driving (1st and only time was only the weekend been
  10. We all know our Phones are listnenign to us 24/7 right? well : https://cardwells.co.nz/ Mailer just came out with 20 % off Helmets & stuff (end of Financial Year is a great time to go shopping apparently) Co-driving went well, the Ka was pretty quiet until the underbody protection gave way & became a grader making it quite hard (no mic in my Helmet Hence I'm "shopping" Anyhow I thought these appear resaonable prices : any Pros 7 cons with their gear? I am fairly blonde / dealing with 60x
  11. yes and no, just Bought new Balaclava from racetech to comply regs have changed a fair bit and its a step up from the Basic stuff I usually encounter being co-driver is new to me too & I don't need gloves it appears
  12. Time for an upgrade here Who's your "Go-to" or things like Helmets, Balaclava, Suit & Undies, Boots Gloves etc And yeah I am mostly aiming at ClubSport 'Basic' http://manual.motorsport.org.nz/index.php/knowledgebase/36-2-01a-schedule-a-1/ currently shopping on the likes of https://www.vortexracewear.com/ https://www.racetech.co.nz/ https://shop.racelab.co.nz/ http://www.chicane.co.nz/ https://www.prowear.co.nz/ main intention is to co0drive for @Fizzy Toucan soon / Aim towards more track time in a (yet to be
  13. I'd say a fair amout of time @ around $5 an hour would be worth more than the $25 you can get a pair for eh (Plus shipping) inless there's someone near you on here could just get these : https://www.crazysystems.co.nz/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=1550 or bug @matipo in Hamz (Car Stereo Shop hecka they are even all of $3 if you wanna wait for these https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4000407125513.html I'm discovering yeah these machines are great, but can be a PITA to actually use etc)
  14. Just had a request for this from @DRFVDR https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2801502 Cup holder for Subaru Brumby/Brat Summary I was sick of having to balance my morning coffee on the way to work in between my legs so I designed this. It fits in the rectangular slot next to the hand break it may be a little lose but some electrical tape used to shim it works well. It fits two regular 375ml cans or anything that is a similar size. It also makes a prety good arm rest when there isn't a cup in it.
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