rear arches rolled -
so hopefully no more tyre rubbing from there. I haven't had a chance yet to push the car and get it tested but going from some of the potholes I've hit it would appear everything is fine.
I've also tidied up the wiring for the bullet cam setup and now it's a fixed setup into the car electrics. The mic has been relocated into the space behind the centre bin sandwiched between bulkhead and carpet. With the engine running it should drown out cabin noise without overwhelming the mic. A short test this Tuesday on route to badminton should confirm or trash that theory. Just the proper connector for the DVR and we're rocking.
first run of the year - mmmm
yup the tyres rub sob! The rear drivers is currently trying to destroy itself against the wheel arch, the passenger side is not rubbing at all. likely due to sagging springs - they have done some miles lol. Fronts scrub on the arch liners but that's no biggy. No marks on the tyres so no hassles. So the rear arches are getting rolled and pulled to create as much clearance as possible. 255's will fit if I still have the car of course ;-)
Handling wise, well the weather was not the greatest but aye the car handles nicely. New springs and poly bush kit are defo on the cards next. Still have a hankering for brakes too....
Labels: arch rolling, F1's, goodyear, scrubbing