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Old 6th June 2005, 23:21   #16
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So did they teach you to toe-heel when you down shift before a turn?

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Tim has built a kit car with a haybusa engine revs at 13k revs
Does it look like the Radical and the XTR or is it a naked body like the Ariel Atom.

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Old 7th June 2005, 07:38   #17
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.rudra, but have to say"welcum back to t-bhp".where were you al these days?????????
Satya, I'm badly stuck with my work for last few weeks.
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For a brief period i was under the impression that you were with Ajmat, having all the fun in the world.
Shan2nu, don't break my heart. Nowadays it takes more than half hour to reach MG Road from my place...and look what Ajmat is doing! Every day on my way to office I think about the fun time he's having interspersed with deep sigh.
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Pleae note that I can teach something but not like those guys did - they are pro's with years of experience.
Yes, I know that. But your two times experience will help a lot.
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Old 7th June 2005, 09:42   #18
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Great write up Ajmat.

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Imagine this in my Vtec - I would be dead !
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So is it only the Ford you get to drive. I read about this smewhere if you pick up a modena then from 260 pounds it willl be 1000pounds.. depends on your car..

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Wow, Ajmat, you're living everyone's dream! What a way to spend a day! Congrats!
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So, it is exactly one month ago since I did this. Have been back for three weeks so how has the skills that i learnt helped in a day to day situ?

1: Main improvement is that my cornering has improved - I have realised the need to finished down shifting / braking before entering a corner
2: Steering - The 10-2 position and reduced shuffling helps me keep the car in control and balance
3: I really use the cars acceleration to the limit now when I can
4: With all this internalised, I spend more time reading the road and letting my driving do the rest


.....oh for a track to let offf steam
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Suggest you don't put this kinda post any more. Lot of members are....
Psycho for instance, is boiling every moment and we surely don't want to see him doing anything abnormal .... also, it hurts his pocket too badly.
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haha....agree with you a 110% rudra sir
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