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Lets talk about Harnesses

Brent Peters CAMS FIA harness

Lets talk about Harnesses

Have had this written for a while and just haven’t posted it this is a more in-depth look at Harnesses following on from our previous blog - were looking at changes in the FIA standard and some instillation requirements.

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Friday Blog – Paul Oxley Subi addict

Brent Peters Rally

Friday Blog – Paul Oxley Subi addict

As a 4 year old I used to lay underneath my pedal cars pretending to fix them… apparently I cried when my mother took me to kindergarten in it and said to the school they could keep it…..   I miss that car…..........

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Fryday blog one of the younger drifters out there Patrick Barlee Drift

Brent Peters Drift sprintcar

Fryday blog one of the younger drifters out there Patrick Barlee Drift

Fryday blog this time covering one of the younger drifters out there Patrick Barlee - Pat drives a cranky sprint car powered S13 we cant wait to the day Postman Pat gets the chance to take on the interstate big boys.

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The most enthusiastic up & coming drifter / YouTube'r in WA, Dj laubscher drift

Brent Peters R33 RFB

The most enthusiastic up & coming drifter / YouTube'r in WA, Dj laubscher drift

New blog this time covering one of the most enthusiastic up and coming drifter and YouTube'r in WA, DJ – Johannes is always keen to lend a hand, crack a joke and can speak fluent African bush click. 

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Tech Blog - Bleeding inline hydraulic handbrakes

Andrea Peters

Tech Blog - Bleeding inline hydraulic handbrakes

Thought we’d do a short tech blog today to break things up a bit and cover the method for bleeding inline hydraulic handbrakes.  There a lot of variables when it comes to handbrakes from mounting position, vertical – inline vs dual calliper etc so we wont cover these. What I personally found is that I developed a bad habit of using the handbrake too much when I had a vertical handbrake with dual caliper's and to help my drifting I went to a more stock style set up with a inline cylinder- this was a pain to bleed up but...

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