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.... Hydraulics ...

PostPost by: Old English White » Tue Feb 21, 2006 5:25 pm

... Thank you all of you guys , :wink:
I am back in italic bold & color , :P
Ed , your picts show me your baby has "the full monty" ... That's what I will have , one day ... but for the moment , I will do something like that without the twin brake masters cylinders . 8)
And yes, we have a hockey team , not that bad , but not certainly good as yours ! How is it doing at olympics ? :roll:
Christian. :)

Martin, please , read me for the last time if my way make you sick and one advice ; write on Elan , sure you are better to.
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PostPost by: twincamman » Tue Feb 21, 2006 5:32 pm

the mens team is having kind of a slow start at the Olympics this year :oops: ---girls did ok :P ---the other pic of the scoop is at the bottom rear of the car and cools the diff fluid via an electric pump in the trunk ---ed
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PostPost by: simon.mitchell » Tue Feb 21, 2006 5:39 pm

I am back in italic bold & color ,

Good for you, Christian - you can write how and in what colour you like as far as I'm concerned.

What exactly is a rice boy forum anyway?
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PostPost by: marcfuller » Tue Feb 21, 2006 6:07 pm

Marc, please , read me for the last time if my way make you sick


Christian, please take the time to review the thread.

I certainly don't have a problem with your fonts and color. Do whatever you want. Trying to obtain a single font and color seems, to me, an effort towards a foolish consistency. In this forum would rather have good information, than it be "pretty". The forum "designer" critique of your messages was Martin's.
-Marc '66 Elan DHC (36/6025)
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PostPost by: Old English White » Tue Feb 21, 2006 7:30 pm

:evil: ... Ok , you , people sensible to color and "for rice boy" font : let's write on my post on hydraulics AND only hydraulics .
Since today , I never had a single message or MP about my way . If I am wrong Jeff will send me a word (on MP only) but ; if things should turn your way (W&B only...), I 'll quit .
This choice of color indended to match my enthousiam and differences but if YOU don't accept that ... just look to my gallery , I have a present for you...
Christian. :cry: (Who can't believe what he wrote!)
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PostPost by: SADLOTUS » Tue Feb 21, 2006 9:37 pm

Hi Old English Green ...... oops sorry, White,

I assume you've read the 'DUAL CIRCUIT BRAKES' on page 2 of this thread - has a couple of ideas.
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PostPost by: Old English White » Thu Feb 23, 2006 7:33 pm

:) ... Hi Sadlotus ,
Yes , I've read the post (just after your message!): 2 reactions : 1st is "for race only" ? 2d "parts difficult to track" ?
Anyway not the solution for today single masters cyl. & remoted reservoirs enough for "Old English White" and his driver ...
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PostPost by: paros » Sun Apr 02, 2006 4:38 pm

Hi from Greece

I am not sure why such confusion.
As suggested earlier a tandem cylinder is easy, talk to Bob Green at BG Developments in Bromsgroive and ask for same tandem cylinder as he provided for myself - Richard Ward.
I t goes straigh in - no probs.
As a matter of interest in racing the car, I found that I needed almost no change to the bias that this master cylinder gave me. I ftted a hydraulic bias valve but usually have it screwed right out to no bias BUT I do tend to trail brake and not everyone does this. All Greeks comment on this habit and find it amusing, but to me it overcomes corner entry undresteer more gently at my age than excess toe out!
Cost is about £100 and job done!

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