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About Twitch

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    Serious R Addict
  • Birthday 25/07/1969

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    Slough
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    Lots, mainly boring stuff...

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    Mike

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  1. Still not sure tbh. The front is what is putting me off
  2. Springs for the Estate and Hatch are different, the rears have a higher load rating. I have the Eibach ones, and think they are just right. Not to low, and the ride is spot on. The part number is E10-85-041-05-22 These can be had for about £160
  3. Yep pretty much, if you are at fault you can choose where you want it repaired.. But there could be a clause in the policy that will affect you in some way. i.e bigger excess, loss of no claims But non fault claims are different, you're insurance company will not end up paying. I also can recommend Chartwells, as even being well south of them, I worked at one of the only other Ferrari approved repair centres a few years back and have seen there work
  4. You are non fault, so they have no choice.. If any grieve.. go with accident exchange or some one
  5. Nope no joy with a spoiler here also, have ordered a few oem ones and they don't fit... Let us know if you find one
  6. So what you are saying if he wasn't on the bike they would have still found and stabbed him?
  7. Fact: If he was not breaking the law at the time he would be alive!! Just echo the comments on here
  8. Yes it is repairable... depending if you want it done outside of guide lines.. Most Tyre places will say no as it is to close to the outside, I think the guide is ¾ in...
  9. Yeah Yeah Yeah..... Here it every year.. usually from the Daily fail.. but the Mirror is just as bad... Like the Indian summers we are going to have in the Autumn
  10. Twitch

    new here

    As has been said, get some pics up Great choice of car, enjoy it
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