Not a SIM racer myself but this is an awesome build with great craftsmanship.
What caught my eye more was the Ratrig.
I badly want to build one but I'm thinking I'll have all the fun building it and when it's done I'll have nothing to print on it lol.
That's going back a long time ago lol. I won every SPL competition that I entered here in Ireland in my old VW Polo. That was back in the early 2000s.
JL Audio E1800D Amplifiers X 4
JL Audio 15W3 Subs X 2
4 X Optima Yellowtop Batteries (Linked by brass buss bars runnings on split charge...
Seasonic RMA is the most hassle free thing ever if you do it.
I sent back an 850 focus plus gold back last year and according to RMA log it was received at 9.30am and at 10am there was a newer model 850w shipped with tracking number.
Id say it's just generalised. When I declared the mods on the supra they didn't ask me what size turbo or how much nitrous.
On something like a remap, I can't see the insurance ever looking into it if the car was crashed. I doubt they be asking for the ECU to perform checks on it etc.
Donedeal.ie would be what you're looking for.
Ridiculously expensive over here. I'm looking at 2013 or 2014 M5 and a guy got onto me from UK who was selling his. I said no chance. It was 17k euro just to swap it from a UK plate onto an Irish plate, theres also 23% VAT ontop of the price I buy...
I done the check earlier it didn't reveal anything I didn't already know. Cat N non structural.
I also have 5 page independent engineer's report of the car which states everything checks out. No damage or sign of repair anywhere etc. Engine has been replaced to a high standard...
It was brought in from UK as a cat N year or 2 ago. Engine replaced here and now it's being sold. Seller is up front with everything as hes the one who done it all etc. Folder full documents and photos regarding engine replacement. I just want to find out whether that's the reason it was cat n...
Not what I asking I'm afraid. I've no issues buying a cat N car because usually it's just damage to things that can be replaced but are expensive af to do so.
Im just querying whether a car in the UK would be a cat N due to blown engine? Are you saying there has to be more to it than a blown...
Need some advice here.
Currently looking at an F10 M5. Wanting to move on from the A7 as I am bored of it.
The M5 I'm looking at is originally a UK car. I've been informed it's a Cat N Non structural damage car. The reason I'm being told it's a Cat N is because the engine was blown. It was...
This is quiet cool and something I was tempted to dabble into in the future.
Brings me back to the old days when I used win trophy after trophy with my SPL car. Man I miss that car. In its prime it hit 167DB, shocked quite a lot of people.