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  1. I don't have a DA machine so looking for a suitable wax that's easy to apply and buff off by hand please! If anyone has any tips on buying/using a DA machine, I'm open to suggestions on that too! Cheers folks!
  2. Turns out the battery had given up the ghost - not bad though for just over four years use! I got another EFB one fitted by my indy garage. £230 incl VAT and fiting. Car's fine now!
  3. Private sale - sold as seen so hard cheddar for him - then it turns out he’s trying to pull your trollies down! Cheeky bar steward! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. Had problems with my EFB battery again - I’m trying it on a recondition charge but not holding out much hope - so I’m looking at a new battery as my EFB one is over four years old. I’m considering an AGM battery. Does anyone have any recommendations, prices etc and do I need to have the car coded after fitting it? I’m considering a Bosch one but even with discount, at ECP they’re about £270. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  5. New Porsche coming out - manual only initially.[emoji48][emoji23] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  6. Thanks Becs! It’s only been about 9 1/2 months since my diagnosis and when my treatment regime was laid out, it seemed such a long way but here I am now and the time seems to have flown by. The stem cell treatment was by far the hardest part but I’m a stubborn git and knuckled down to it. My recovery times all the way through seemed to have defied the norm but I’m not complaining! I might well have been back to work by July which would’ve meant from diagnosis to being back to work would’ve been 12 months but we’ll have to see how I do and how this Covid nuisance pans out. It’s been a trial for Mrs Camel too but she’s dealt with it admirably and it would’ve been a lot harder without her. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  7. Thanks mate! I’ve passed my 100 day point after stem cell transplant on Saturday just gone. I’ve had no infections, no unscheduled visits to hospital and they’ve started reducing my medication with a view to me coming off it altogether. My blood counts are rising and I’m feeling great so far so fingers crossed![emoji41] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  8. I’ve been eyeing that charger up. Seems to get good reviews. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  9. Did you go DMF or single mass flywheel? I’m considering going stage 1 or 2 but not sure if the DMF will cope. Thinking of a Sachs sintered clutch too. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  10. I had wondered about this mate. I’d have to see if the bonnet shuts with the lead there and also, if the cubby hole where external power socket is can also be secured as it has tools, pressure washer in it etc. As regards the battery, I’ve had a look in the book and assumed it would be the earth point as that’s where you connect it when jump starting. Thanks for the tips mate. I haven’t ordered a charger yet but when I do, I’ll have a look and see how long the power cable is.[emoji106] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  11. Hi all! My battery has been playing up a bit. Because of the lockdown, I’ve not used my car much. Also, I was in the car for a bit and the DRLs and radio flattened my battery. I drove it for a bit yesterday and it started ok this morning but I want to trickle charge it. Question is, if the battery is removed for charging overnight, how do I lock/unlock the car? Or will I have to just charge it during the day and just leave the car unlocked? TIA! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  12. I think they’re doing a 2 litre petrol only model too Dave. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  13. Have to say, I quite like the look of this. Interior looks really nice too. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  14. Hence why I put a big Disklok on my steering wheel before I get out and the keys for it are kept separate to my car keys. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  15. Had my 2016 mk7 from new. Clutch still fine at 36,500 miles. I don’t launch it but it does get used properly once the oil is warmed up. I think a Sachs sintered clutch at VRS was around £900 fitted when I enquired but that was a few years ago. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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