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    would you be interested kev?

    atm its so fucking hard to hire collie. its booked out till jan thats why i booked jan. so much paperwork aswell. esp now cause collie is now cams run. which also means i have to make a cams approved car club to run this event... means more money and paperwork

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    Just saw the huge fisty cuffs.

    IMO' R31 diff would be a fine upgrade. I have played with a mate on his R31 and swapped out and stripped axles. The alxes in them were incredibly large, aswell as the spline. Bigger than my F series thats for sure. Also you CAN get Kaaz 2way for them now. Our local guy Jacek has one in his now and original ran a mini spool. the only downsides I see are

    -I was told by a reputable person that the borg warners are weak, but just the centre itself. You can replace it with the mini spool or kaaz.
    - The brakes are fucking pitta. cables/pistons.. Unless you go throuhg replacing the lot, cables/rebuild/exhange calipers, it doesn't seem worth it. Unless you are in love wiht a hydro handbrake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by H8CHIR6KU View Post
    would you be interested kev?

    atm its so fucking hard to hire collie. its booked out till jan thats why i booked jan. so much paperwork aswell. esp now cause collie is now cams run. which also means i have to make a cams approved car club to run this event... means more money and paperwork
    That is fucking gheeeeeeeeeey. Owell. See how it pan's out. They are southerners after all. Hopefully they still let heaps of shit slide

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    fark... cams licence ey.. hmm guess i cant put that off any longer. and january would make it a nice b'day month lol. I would be keen for it. 86 might be deregistered by then tho. depending on me if ic an stop spending money on the s13. >.>

    well if we can bodge a car club to get cams affiliation that would be sweet i guess. would we be able to use the clubs name if i was to say run a day down there with other people also?

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    yeah i spose thats the upside to it aswell is that members would be able to use the club affilition for more track days aswell as you get more leway(?) with ahg. ontop of that if you want your cams license you dont need to buy wascc membership(unless dorifto is your thang).

    it would be good if ae86dc was cams affiliated then i wouldnt have all this bullshit work to do. but i don't really wanna rely on this happening

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    fark this sounding nasty, how official does this "club" have to be can you just make up the name on the spot hey presto cams approved race club?

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    nah need to make a "constitution" need to have president and money man. then need an abn and shiznit like that. then they need to approve it even after you have all these things. i will have to do this over the next month so i can organize it all for january.

    on top of that because i have to have an abn. collie charge the club not me, this means i have to pay gst on hiring the track. but atm it still looks like it will cost around the 400 mark as long as the insurance doesnt get crazy expensive.

    but i still have to fork out fees for becoming a club just to do this

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    guys there is a group buy on at the moment on toymods for f series lsd's

    http://www.toymods.net/forums/showth...ighlight=group

    if this is any help also, or just use Ma61 lsd centres

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    thanx dazzla, shit aaron your a top bloke for doing this all! when do you think youll know the finilastion of track hire and costs in total and seperate for the 20 or so people

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