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Offline tallchap

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Goodwood Trackday
« on: 11 March 2004, 21:49 »
A mate of mine runs a track day company.

Next day is Saturday 10th April @ Goodwood.

Check out their website for forthcoming dates - www.trackfun.co.uk, or email 'jon@frankelj.freeserve.co.uk'.

They will be doing a day at Bruntingthorpe in Leicestershire later this year for those of you who live in the Mids/North.

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Re:Goodwood Trackday
« Reply #1 on: 26 June 2004, 09:36 »
Only problem with Goodwood is cause of the locals they have very stricked sound restrictions and my car doesn't pass  :'(

Shame as I just live down the road from there

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Re:Goodwood Trackday
« Reply #2 on: 19 July 2004, 01:45 »
Ill be driving a ferrari round goodwood on the 5th of september  ;D ;D cant wait!!! Why does yours not pass? Is it too loud?
<br /><br />Yeah!!!

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Re:Goodwood Trackday
« Reply #3 on: 20 July 2004, 08:38 »
Yes it is too loud.
But once it is all fixed I am going to take it down for a re test as doing my ISV reroute has cut some of my zorst sound on cruising so hopefully I will then pass

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Re:Goodwood Trackday
« Reply #4 on: 23 July 2004, 00:34 »
You're right, the locals are buggers! However, they do run 105db days sometimes which most cars (bar really noisy 911's - for obvious reasons) pass... Never had a problem with our Clio race cars even on 98db days, but if you have lots of induction noise going on it makes the noise meters peak.

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Re:Goodwood Trackday
« Reply #5 on: 02 August 2004, 11:07 »
Hmm have you head the twin screw! It is loud!

But saying that I think it is going  ???

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Re: Goodwood Trackday
« Reply #6 on: 04 January 2005, 22:45 »
Excuse my ignorance......but...does a standard R32 pass the noise police?

I am close to Goodwood and would love to give my R32 a good ragging.

Be good to know...

Ed.