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Offline flamestone

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Some great pics there.  Love number 10.  :thumbsup:

Agreed.  This is fantastic:

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Offline AshSimmonds

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Any more shots of Scott's M3?

I've got heaps - should be some reasonable action shots, check back tomorrow.




Offline flamestone

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Oh, and I hope you're all willing to do it all over again when I'm there shortly.   :thumbsup:



Offline M308

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Oh, and I hope you're all willing to do it all over again when I'm there shortly.   :thumbsup:

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Offline M308

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Any more shots of Scott's M3?

Nah.......Mine was only good enough for taking photo's from.......not of :( :( :(



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About 60 of my shots, here, will post a few that don't suck too much.


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Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Thank goodness for skidplates.  :)

I'm not a fan of skid plates...

they're typically ~5 or up to 8mm thick...

which means you hit the ground earlier and/or harder than you would otherwise.

And if you hit the area hard enough, it'll send loads to parts not designed to take loads, and break something.

YES, they stop you from scuffing the bottom of your bumper, but if that means straining subframe/welds and bumper/mounts... why would you do that?

I have a 550 in the paintshop right now that split the bumper from hitting the ground... if it had hit softer, it might have been ok.

A really skinny but tough plate...like a 1 or 2mm stainless steel plate would be better than the ever increasingly popular plastic/nylon ones.



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The Lambo gets the chicks.

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Kebabs @ work.

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