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  • About Tony Harrington
    Man Utd fan, married, 2 kids & 1 grandson, passion for learning
    Physical training, sports, watching films
    Business manager


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  • Last Activity: 28 November 2017 04:11 PM
  • Join Date: 22 December 2011
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  1. 15 August 2012 10:55 PM
    They are Tein S.Tech lowering spring kit & according to the blurb on Camskill website they give this info -35mm Front and -25mm Rear so they fall within thew tolerances you state.
  2. prodriverules
    15 August 2012 10:26 PM
    Hi Tony,it would obviously depend on how much you lower the vehicle as to whether it would effect the driveshafts/diff.
    When you lower a car it puts the angle of the driveshafts entering the diff at a straighter level but the car would need to be lowered by a LOT to have any adverse affect mate,as long as you are only going between 20-40mm drop you will be more than fine.

    Regards Ryan
  3. prodriverules
    21 July 2012 11:01 PM
    Was that DaveY,it turned out his was a mapping issue,tbho it is one of those's problems I would need to experience ie drive the car to really give a proper diagnosis.
    I would be looking toward either ICV valve or clutch slip from what is being described.
  4. 21 July 2012 10:27 PM
    Someone mention clutch slip on a post but they were not 100%.

    I have been trying different things to test if it was down to me maybe not lifting off accelerator quick enough, or my driving style etc but I have been lifting off accelerator completely before engaging clutch so I know it is not due to me & it is the car for defo.

    Someone posted this:
    Has it been mapped recently?This happened to me after a remap,I was told it was the icv needed cleaning after going to see several "specialists"@ approx 60 a pop to try and get it fixed turns out it was a mapping issue for which i had to pay again to get it put right.If you decide to clean the icv get the rubber sealing ring beforehand,they seem to stretch when you take the icv off. One "specialist" tried to use silicon sealer instead of the ring.

    Obviously this is gobbledy gook to me! Does it make any sense to you Ryan?
  5. prodriverules
    21 July 2012 10:13 PM
    Hi Tony are you sure you are not getting a bit of clutch slipping mate or just not letting of the accelerator quick enough before pressing the clutch so the engine rev's pick up slightly?
  6. stugt4
    14 June 2012 10:42 AM
    Hi Tony, i'm only going back to the prodrive due to me starting work at 2am, so i have to really to keep the neighbours happy..cheers stu

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