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    British Columbia, Canada
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  • Last Activity: 06-24-2019 07:10 AM
  • Join Date: 09-12-2011
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  1. 12-13-2018 07:54 AM
    I'm looking for a PPI for a 1967 Mustang in Laval. It is at a dealer. Can you do something like this for a price?
    Mark LaFontaine
    email [email protected]
  2. 07-09-2018 06:52 AM
    hello irish07

    please what do you think for upgrading with the most stiffer front and rear arms, for my old 75000kms 2011my DBS ?
    i would like a near perfect suspension (already just bought tapered springs with David Appleby in UK)

    other question please :
    dealer fit 010' for front camber !!
    i thought 030' to 100 would be better work for tyre in curves ?
    daily car but 2 track days in a year...

    Thanks a lot for answer
    Phil in France

    i wrote on 07-06-2018...
  3. Denny 6.53
    06-04-2018 01:29 PM
    Hello Irish,

    I recently bought a 2011 V8V S roadster. I really like the car. I am a car guy and have had a number of fast cars over the years. My question is about wheels. I saw a
    set of twenties in the classifieds with a motivated seller. Genuine AM DB9, DBS. I believe these will fit on my car. The question is clearance to the body and will I
    lose what little ride quality that I have?

    Also, now that you are working with civilians, do you have a tire brand preference whether I buy the 20's or replace my factory 19's. A previous owner replaced the rear
    tires with Michelin Pilots and the fronts are Bridgestones. Both appear to be the size of the stock Vantage, not the S.

    Thank you for your time.

    Dennis Corso
    Kent, OH
  4. 10-29-2017 09:10 AM
    Hi, I read your post on Aston Martin clutch learn procedure where you state "your ECU docking station will be dimmed light".

    Where would be the ECU docKing station light? I have the workshop manual but that is not in Queen's or US English

  5. 10-09-2017 09:04 AM
    Hi you have been referred as someone who maybe able to help... fingers crossed on a thread i started yesterday...


    I am looking for any guides, write-ups suggestion or help anyone may have on how to swap on a 2003 V12 VANQUISH the Instrument Panel, Gauge Cluster...

    I think there is to parts to this I am stuck on ... how do i remove the instrumental cluster leather cover... and off course any help/tips with the cluster insult... although suspect I will figure that one out...

    Any advices, help guidance would be great appreciate it.
    Thanks you of your time..
  6. 10-08-2017 01:22 PM
    Hi Irish. Does the 4.7 V8 engine have somewhat of a light rattling sound from the top when idling? This is on a 2010 Vantage.
  7. 09-26-2017 08:12 PM
    Great. Thank you. Both cars that I have looked at have had recent OEM clutch replacements; one manual, one ASM.
  8. 09-22-2017 04:31 PM
    Hi. I am looking for a Vantage V8 (2009/10) and have been interested in the clutch issues; I am trying to decide Manual or ASM. Your review of the Velocity twin clutch from Nov 2015 was very useful, although you specifically said, "This Twin plate clutch setup gets my A for approval!! (not to be confused with the GT4 clutch, totally different, GT4 clutch is great on track..but street..Meh..its either on or off..no median)". The AM website offers an AMR Performance Clutch based upon the GT4 car. For regular road use, do you think that this is viable or is it the BT4 you refer to? Thanks Ian.
  9. 12-14-2016 08:45 AM
    Hi! I'm gtoguru a member but can't seem to get google+ to work. Cheers for all your community help. I have a 2003 DB7 GT with AM's stupid alarm system troubles. I had a spare alarm module and replaced it under battery tray. No help and the alarm still sounds randomly. PATS flashes. I know that newer models had a battery pack that would die after 5 years or so. If that's a possibility for the 2003 7's, where does this hide? I have all shop manuals and diagrams. Manual shows sounder module above drivers front fender well cover. Does this have batteries? I'm going nuts. I have a new battery too and all systems are working, key fobs, doors, windows etc. Please help..... John
  10. 10-13-2016 08:37 AM
    Thanks in advance!

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