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    Classic Days - Magny Cours F1 - May 3rd and 4th

    Who will be there ?
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    Xavier Petit-Jean-Boret Xavier PJB's Avatar
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    been there, done that

    Loads of fun and nice cars - My group was old compet with some cool cats.

    My video of my first session. (soundtrack is killing ;-)



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    Nice video X.
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    Hello Xavier. it seems your new baby girl is very efficient! How happy are you in this new relationship?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Hello Xavier. it seems your new baby girl is very efficient! How happy are you in this new relationship?
    Very happy, the job I have done on the overall suspension is very efficient, the restoration of the parts, changing to new some pieces, installing 4 new Bilsteins for track use, upgraded all the bushings to Superpro , increase the diameter of the front swaybar, have completely changed the way the car operates.
    In terms of engine, it is okay, the efficient range is between 4000 and 5500 rpms, which is not enough. I miss 1000 at high rev and 30 HP. This is gonna be solved by changing the camshafts, the pistons and some of other mecanical parts of the engine.

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    Nice video X.
    Thank you :-)
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