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Mission Motorsport

Postby flea » Sat Oct 20, 2012 10:38 am

Mission Motorsport on the news :handgestures-thumbup: At Croft
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Re: Mission Motorsport

Postby MrChrome » Sat Oct 20, 2012 12:41 pm

:text-goodpost:
Now at DoctorMX5...
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Re: Mission Motorsport

Postby Mazda Mender » Mon Oct 22, 2012 12:27 pm

:text-imwithstupid: :text-goodpost: :handgestures-thumbup: :-D :auto-layrubber: :auto-layrubber:
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Re: Mission Motorsport

Postby Slushbox » Tue Oct 23, 2012 9:56 am

Me dunnit. :auto-layrubber:
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Croft was bloody slippy..which meant advantage Autobox. Just locked it in S, press hold..and hey presto a 2 speeder that would not snatch up a gear mid wet bend. It was a track day of course, not a race, but there was shall I say safe and friendly competition. :wink:
I was in the Novice group, but there were Experienced trackers in the group who were late applicants and the Novice group was all that was left...so I had to watch the mirrors like a hawk. 3 cars went off in the morning in this group, including Rodder's racing Mk3.5...which eventually had a big off later and stoved the rear end in a bit. He was not driving.
I had one "off" during the day when we clipped wet leaves( spectacular 180 in a cloud of tyre smoke I may add) but apart from that it was fine and the car held up no worries.
I'm thinking next year of getting a solid shitter and getting it stripped & track prepared..to a degree.
The Auto managed to keep up no problem with more powerful cars with LSD's..which seemed to have issues putting their power down. I found the open diff was better insofar one rear wheel stayed planted until the slipping wheel, usually the offside, bit..acting as a safety valve. Suprised a few people in the pit lane and one up for the Auto's :dance:
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Re: Mission Motorsport

Postby Mazda Mender » Tue Oct 23, 2012 10:32 am

So you sorted her coil pack and running? go go Auto.
Andrew was there also, sounded like a good day was had by all.
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Mk 2 .1/4 Roadster 99 black & gold V.S 1.8 being rebuilt,
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Re: Mission Motorsport

Postby agent_orange » Tue Oct 23, 2012 12:32 pm

Slushbox wrote:Me dunnit. :auto-layrubber:
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Croft was bloody slippy..which meant advantage Autobox. Just locked it in S, press hold..and hey presto a 2 speeder that would not snatch up a gear mid wet bend. It was a track day of course, not a race, but there was shall I say safe and friendly competition. :wink:
I was in the Novice group, but there were Experienced trackers in the group who were late applicants and the Novice group was all that was left...so I had to watch the mirrors like a hawk. 3 cars went off in the morning in this group, including Rodder's racing Mk3.5...which eventually had a big off later and stoved the rear end in a bit. He was not driving.
I had one "off" during the day when we clipped wet leaves( spectacular 180 in a cloud of tyre smoke I may add) but apart from that it was fine and the car held up no worries.
I'm thinking next year of getting a solid shitter and getting it stripped & track prepared..to a degree.
The Auto managed to keep up no problem with more powerful cars with LSD's..which seemed to have issues putting their power down. I found the open diff was better insofar one rear wheel stayed planted until the slipping wheel, usually the offside, bit..acting as a safety valve. Suprised a few people in the pit lane and one up for the Auto's :dance:

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Re: Mission Motorsport

Postby Slushbox » Tue Oct 23, 2012 1:17 pm

mazda-mender wrote:So you sorted her coil pack and running? go go Auto.
Andrew was there also, sounded like a good was had by all.
M-m


Nope,
Got a supposed "tested" pack from a certain supplier, and it turned out worse than mine.
Stripped out the CP on the Thursday when I ought to have been on the road down, cleaned it up as best I could, and it worked sufficiently...but I kept spare bits on board. It was all too prayer & a hope for my comfort but the old feller soldiered on.
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Re: Mission Motorsport

Postby Mazda Mender » Tue Oct 23, 2012 3:26 pm

Why did you not give me the nod Rob
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Mk 1 Eunos 93 black V.S II 1.8 ,
Mk 2 .1/4 Roadster 99 black & gold V.S 1.8 being rebuilt,
Mk 1 Eunos 90 1.6 (claimed by daughter)
MK 2.1/4 Blue V.S Roadster 1.8 99 ...being rebuilt

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Re: Mission Motorsport

Postby The Captain » Tue Oct 23, 2012 4:32 pm

Slushbox wrote:Me dunnit. :auto-layrubber:
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Croft was bloody slippy..which meant advantage Autobox. Just locked it in S, press hold..and hey presto a 2 speeder that would not snatch up a gear mid wet bend. It was a track day of course, not a race, but there was shall I say safe and friendly competition. :wink:
I was in the Novice group, but there were Experienced trackers in the group who were late applicants and the Novice group was all that was left...so I had to watch the mirrors like a hawk. 3 cars went off in the morning in this group, including Rodder's racing Mk3.5...which eventually had a big off later and stoved the rear end in a bit. He was not driving.
I had one "off" during the day when we clipped wet leaves( spectacular 180 in a cloud of tyre smoke I may add) but apart from that it was fine and the car held up no worries.
I'm thinking next year of getting a solid shitter and getting it stripped & track prepared..to a degree.
The Auto managed to keep up no problem with more powerful cars with LSD's..which seemed to have issues putting their power down. I found the open diff was better insofar one rear wheel stayed planted until the slipping wheel, usually the offside, bit..acting as a safety valve. Suprised a few people in the pit lane and one up for the Auto's :dance:
Nice one Slushy old fruit. get yerself a sh*tter and come to Blyton :)
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Re: Mission Motorsport

Postby Slushbox » Tue Oct 23, 2012 7:36 pm

mazda-mender wrote:Why did you not give me the nod Rob
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Please don't feel offended matey. By the time I knew the sent CP was duff, I was already packing to go.
There was nothing you could have done time wise. :wink:

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