Mk1 Mazda MX5 Drift car project.

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  1. RedlineRob

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    You fitted a cam chain to a car that runs a cam belt.

    Well done [​IMG] I have complete faith the description in your action is true :wack:

    How'd you manage to get an Eunos without an LSD I thought nearly all of them came with it?
     
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    I'm amazed that i somehow never picked up on that when i read it again several times and just the fact that i even typed it in the first place :no:. Yes it was a belt and i had all the work done at B&L motors in congleton.

    Same story with the diff, someone reminded me that it ran an LSD 20 hours before listing ended and couldn't edit the post, hence why i had to put the tunnel run video on here and not ebay.

    Spoke to a nice scottish woman this morning who told me she had no idea what an MX-5 was so the good news is my knowlege is slightly better than someone elses :D Bad news is that was the number the buyer gave me and therefore yet another ebay messer. Expect a relist.
     
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    Why bother even giving a fake number if they're just messing around?
    Ebay car sales suffer this crap all the time.

    Some people are just cunts :wack:
     
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    Exactly, when i left feedback he seemed to pretend he was oblivious to the fact that he had even bought anything. Even though you have to have a dealing to leave feedback. Faith in humanity is slipping again.
     

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