Ollie's GW 200 Project

Discussion in 'Projects/Progress Threads' started by G8RSH, Jan 3, 2015.

  1. G8RSH

    G8RSH Winner - POTM April 2018 Paid Member

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    Just came back from 5 days at the Ring! This year was a lot better than last year as obviously I got to know the track a tad more. Managed a fairy decent lap which I was pleased with, still a lot of room for improvement though!

    A quick stop in Belgium for a fill up
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    The 3 Weeder Clio’s, just having changed the OZ’s over to the Speedlines/AD08R’s
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    Waiting for the track to open at 8:15am for some early laps
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    And most importantly, the apartment!
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    Going to be selling the x6 Superleggera’s as I want a similar daily setup as my track Speedlines!
     

  2. Pav

    Pav Moderator

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    lovely pics..so you had a good time in Germany..glad to hear..car didnt miss a beat??
     
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  3. G8RSH

    G8RSH Winner - POTM April 2018 Paid Member

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    Not a single one Pav!

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  4. R11HOY

    R11HOY Paid Member

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    Folks loving the graphics on the car may just have a look at that for my 197?????????
     
  5. nick's

    nick's Platinum Member

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    200 Silverstone GP
    I kept missing you guys, or you were heading for a lap

    It was an amazing weekend, the weather couldn't of been any better
     
  6. Slowride

    Slowride Paid Member

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    That airduct is pretty cool, also fitted directly to your airbox?
     
  7. G8RSH

    G8RSH Winner - POTM April 2018 Paid Member

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    Would of been good to meet mate!

    Cheers! Was going to go through fog light duct but ended up using that for the brakes. So though I'd get the dremmel out! It feeds just short of the v6 box. Will get some snaps later!




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  8. nick's

    nick's Platinum Member

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    Same time again next year
     
  9. G8RSH

    G8RSH Winner - POTM April 2018 Paid Member

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    After having a long think about the Sabelt wheel and my clammy hands, I decided to take it out as I wasn’t happy with the suede and how much my hands sweat. So what I do next wheel wise I don’t know, retrim with part top suede?

    Then came the front section of the R020! Due in the end of May so rang up Mark and the order went in! Very pleased with it. Thinking of going back to black interior trims now.

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    So having put the front tow strap in, I had to put a rear one in too match it all up. Whilst the diffuser was off, I gave the rings a good spruce up!

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  10. trackspec197

    trackspec197 Paid Member

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    Generally if you’ve got a suede steering wheel you should wear driving gloves or the sweat and oils from your skin will wear the suede out. Suede is pretty tough though and can usually be cleaned and brushed back like new.
     
  11. Pav

    Pav Moderator

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    liking this..as above..need some TLC
     

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