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Re: Marks JCW 210

Postby Sportspack-Mark » Sat Aug 20, 2016 4:10 pm

Thanks Ferg!! :)

So i booked the MINI in for a studio photoshoot. It doesn't look too bad for an 11 year old car!

I'm really pleased with how they turned out!

Thanks for looking.

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Re: Marks JCW 210

Postby Daniel S » Mon Dec 05, 2016 3:29 pm

Looks better than new! :)
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Re: Marks JCW 210

Postby Sportspack-Mark » Mon Jan 16, 2017 8:51 pm

Thanks Daniel!

Got some 18" JCW R95s on the car before christmas!

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Also finally fixed my rear PDC fault, was broken since i got the car. £25 later for a secondhand sensor all sorted
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And this was a Christmas present to myself. Need to get it refurbed and bonded on.
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Car passed MOT today as well. Did 1100 miles last year :)
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Re: Marks JCW 210

Postby Sportspack-Mark » Sun Feb 19, 2017 5:27 pm

So with fitting the new wheels at the end of last year I decided i wanted to make another visual change to my S Works, goodbye bonnet stripes. Looking back at pics when i didn't have them fitted made me realise just how good it looked without them on.

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I also got an ITG filter for the car so should have a bit more whine come the better weather when the car is back out again.
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I need to get the JCW spoiler freshened up and fitted soon. Also going to investigate the JCW brake caliper upgrade this year.

Thanks again for looking.
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Re: Marks JCW 210

Postby MiniMpi » Sun Feb 19, 2017 6:44 pm

Looking fantastic as always mate.
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Re: Marks JCW 210

Postby Sportspack-Mark » Sun Apr 16, 2017 9:21 am

So this week I got some JCW brakes fitted to my car. These callipers came off a GP as the owner had upgraded to something else.
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Such a difference in the stopping power! it certainly gives you a lot more confidence. Rear brakes, i was going to paint red, however it says online that the JCW brake kit didn't do anything with the rear brakes. So they will remain silver.

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I should of done that ages ago!

I would like to get the grooved and holed discs eventually as well. Also need to get the JCW rear spoiler fitted, its away being refurbed at the minute.
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Re: Marks JCW 210

Postby Sportspack-Mark » Sat May 27, 2017 1:12 pm

John Cooper Works carbon rear spoiler fitted!

Being bonded on
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Popped it into the handover bay for the bonding to set overnight
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I also got a set of JCW mats.
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