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spent the morning at rotorstock, and the afternoon at rockingham.......

with Barrie and jane, John and hannah, zee was also there :o and Big Tim, and his laydee and mother...good day out indeed

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Monster is the drift car now? :o

makes sense with all that power and tuning :)

if so, won't u have lots of altezza parts for sale sometime soon?

yep lots of altezza parts


how comes the change mate?

I need longer studs... u got some? sorry to take this off topic... PM list of parts if u want

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Excellent although totally knackering weekend :D

And all I can say after passengering Mat in the Monsters maiden drift voyage is its going to make an awsome drift car :winky:

Thanks Mat :D

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Excellent although totally knackering weekend :D

And all I can say after passengering Mat in the Monsters maiden drift voyage is its going to make an awsome drift car :winky:

Thanks Mat :D

no probs and barrie looked after me well...just never made Pizza hut ;)

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Looks like great fun Mat - did you enjoy yourself?

I think the gearing should be quite well suited for drifting, it's certainly not best suited to drag racing :)

gearing is perfect, there are some things aswell as we have already discussed that need altering for a bit more long term reliability though, will discuss this with you during the week.

regards having fun ...defo, but its hard work in a totally different way to what the blue car was

the good thing is i have now obtained my drift License for Euro Drift :) now need to get the car and myself ready for the next round at Stowe at the end of next month!!

So matt is the drift car stopped for good now or just put off for a while????

on hold for a while

Looking good Mat.. Looks like fun but hard to do :D

more a case of trying to not drive it the same as the blue lex, which required alot of acceleration, clutch kicking and determination

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Have you decided for definate now, that the monster is the new drifter ?

I'll just talk to my self then ....

the fact i hadnt answered should answer your question......

Looks like i missed the fun, i went home early cause of the 3 inches of mud everywhere

this was at Rockingham, not Rotorstock, chris

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