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    Thread: MG ZS180
Post: RE: MG ZS180

Not a lot has been happening with this lately, lack of funds really. The whole clutch hydraulic system on these as awful, so I bought a new complete upgrade kit as I was having trouble getting into ...
Ricky Projects 13 2,606 04-08-2016, 05:58 PM
    Thread: MG ZS180
Post: RE: MG ZS180

I'll have a look on there. As with most things MG Rover, most of the forums are pretty much dead in the water!
Ricky Projects 13 2,606 10-07-2016, 06:20 PM
    Thread: Pugfest 2016
Post: RE: PUGFEST 2016!!!!!

(09-07-2016, 10:38 PM)Frosty Wrote: (09-07-2016, 10:31 PM)Ricky Wrote: What time do the gates open for general public? Pretty sure it's 9 Cool. I'll just turn up around 9 and hope I can get in. Co...
Ricky Meets 269 43,484 09-07-2016, 10:41 PM
    Thread: Pugfest 2016
Post: RE: PUGFEST 2016!!!!!

What time do the gates open for general public?
Ricky Meets 269 43,484 09-07-2016, 10:31 PM
    Thread: MG ZS180
Post: RE: MG ZS180

It's pretty lifeless below 3.5/4krpm, especially at the moment as its running really badly.. Still kicks when the VIS opens but it definatly needs some TLC. It's got a powerflow cat back on it, once ...
Ricky Projects 13 2,606 09-07-2016, 02:48 PM
    Thread: MG ZS180
Post: MG ZS180

Thought i'd make a little project thread for my body kitted Rover..  So i've owned this car since december, it was in really good condition when i bought it but due to lack of funds and other general...
Ricky Projects 13 2,606 08-07-2016, 09:11 PM
    Thread: Recommended roads? 306'ish?
Post: RE: Recommended roads? 306'ish?

(10-08-2015, 11:35 AM)Ruan Wrote: B4030 and B4077 going from Bicester to Tewkesbury is a cracking drive IMHO. Just gotta hit it when there's no traffic about. I remember driving this road in my XUD...
Ricky The Couch 14 2,878 13-08-2015, 04:53 PM
    Thread: Lightweight Fast Road KA
Post: RE: Lightweight Fast Road KA

I had a sportKA and I loved it. Took it for a thrash around the roads in north wales and it was the most fun i've had driving. Got some abuse for driving it though!
Ricky Projects 48 7,591 06-05-2015, 07:28 PM
    Thread: Topgear peugeot segment
Post: RE: Topgear peugeot segment

It was quite funny. Shame the 306 had about 3 seconds though.
Ricky The Couch 46 4,973 22-02-2015, 09:05 PM
    Thread: New daily!!
Post: RE: New daily!!

Like it! Hopefully it's better than the shed I had.. Lovely cars to drive though, really eat up the miles.
Ricky The Couch 33 4,794 03-11-2014, 10:00 AM
    Thread: fuel pulsation buffer
Post: RE: fuel pulsation buffer

I always used OEM filters for it so that shouldn't be the issue. And I would have thought something would have given up by now if it was struggling as it's made that noise since I owned it.
Ricky DW10 HDi section 10 2,171 28-08-2014, 04:02 PM
    Thread: Worst car repairs/Best bodges
Post: RE: Worst car repairs/Best bodges

This was the exhaust on my Coupe.. [Image: http://i351.photobucket.com/albums/q473/...C_0086.jpg] Held together with some sort of foil repair tape and a whole lot of exhaust paste. Didn't last long...
Ricky The Couch 58 6,373 16-08-2014, 06:21 PM
    Thread: Cyclones
Post: RE: Cyclones

Have a good close look at the above pictures. From what I remember when I last say them, they are in pretty good condition
Ricky Parts 4 603 31-07-2014, 04:52 PM
    Thread: Cyclones
Post: RE: Cyclones

Pretty good really. These are the pictures taken by the previous owner. They haven't been used since i've owned them [Image: http://i351.photobucket.com/albums/q473/...161fb3.jpg] [Image: http://i351...
Ricky Parts 4 603 30-07-2014, 09:24 PM
    Thread: Cyclones
Post: Cyclones

As I no longer drive a 306 my spare set of cyclones need to go. All have tyres(195/55/150 however one of them has a bulge in the sidewall so will need changing. Included in the sale are a set of bra...
Ricky Parts 4 603 30-07-2014, 08:43 AM
    Thread: what mpg are you getting
Post: RE: what mpg are you getting

I recently got 800 miles to a full tank which I thought was pretty good in the HDI
Ricky DW10 HDi section 60 4,808 17-07-2014, 05:29 PM
    Thread: SRowells Diablo 1.8 - Jenvey 45s & OMEX600
Post: RE: SRowells Diablo 1.8 - Jenvey 45s & OMEX600

The front bushes can only be bought with the complete arm from Peugeot, but the P bushes are sold separately.
Ricky 306 Projects 1,246 308,620 15-07-2014, 09:40 PM
    Thread: WIW:China estate UPDATED 14/7
Post: RE: WIW:China estate UPDATED 14/7

On Ebay. If it goes to anyone on here I will include the cyclones, bolts and the full set of arch liners in the price. It's priced slightly higher on Ebay like everything else on there. http://www.e...
Ricky Cars 20 2,108 15-07-2014, 09:38 PM
    Thread: SRowells Diablo 1.8 - Jenvey 45s & OMEX600
Post: RE: SRowells Diablo 1.8 - Jenvey 45s & OMEX600

(14-07-2014, 09:16 PM)pugmanxud Wrote: We convoyed home with him and we took a little detour and it took almost an hour of caning it at 90-100 to catch him so he wasnt exactly driving steadily haha!...
Ricky 306 Projects 1,246 308,620 14-07-2014, 09:19 PM
    Thread: SRowells Diablo 1.8 - Jenvey 45s & OMEX600
Post: RE: SRowells Diablo 1.8 - Jenvey 45s & OMEX600

Did he drive it home with it like that then!?
Ricky 306 Projects 1,246 308,620 14-07-2014, 05:43 PM
    Thread: WIW:China estate UPDATED 14/7
Post: RE: WIW:China estate

So want to bump this thread, hopefully looking at another car tomorrow.. Update: MOT til Feb 2015 Tax until Oct 2014 Since I made this thread it's also had: Genuine Berlingo P bushes Lemforder trac...
Ricky Cars 20 2,108 14-07-2014, 05:19 PM
    Thread: OMP WRC steering wheel with boss
Post: RE: OMP WRC steering wheel with boss

350mm I believe.
Ricky Parts 3 598 16-06-2014, 06:36 PM
    Thread: OMP WRC steering wheel with boss
Post: OMP WRC steering wheel with boss

I have a OMP WRC dished wheel that's been sitting around for too long now, I have no use for it. It wasn't used for very long at all, it is in mint condition, the leather looks new. Comes complete w...
Ricky Parts 3 598 14-06-2014, 08:33 AM
    Thread: Rear beam mounts!
Post: RE: Rear beam mounts!

Yeah under the mount there will be two big bolts. If you pull the bottom one all the way out it pulls everything out of line and can become a pain to get it back in again without having to unbolt the ...
Ricky Suspension, Transmission, Handling & Braking 15 2,878 01-06-2014, 12:28 AM
    Thread: Rear beam mounts!
Post: RE: Rear beam mounts!

Best tip I could give is the two bolts that hold the front mount on, do not fully remove the lower bolt! Just pull it half way out, the top one does need to come all the way out.
Ricky Suspension, Transmission, Handling & Braking 15 2,878 01-06-2014, 12:16 AM