Probably about right if done in quick sucession. Letting things cool down in between or one every now again shouldn't hurt too muchNapier said:I have heard from a ralliart mechanic that after 6 standing starts on the standard clutch you will start seeing slip or poor performance after. You basically burn it out,
...very bad for the clutch, better to side step the pedal !Now I have done only one ever in the time of owning my evo and did smell burning after possibly due to me slipping the clutch for too long to create a smoother take off and fastest start.
Not true - if the discs warp then they a clearly not 'fit for purpose'. I will be reporting my disc problem at my 4500 service due in the next week or so and if they give me that crap they'll be hell to pay....and go easy on the braking cos if the disks warp...not covered on warranty. Mitsi/Brembo pads are ******* expensive too
Good luck James. Mine didnt show problems to 12K .and I ran them in as per the manual.......£84 for a skim, now OK..jcremonini said:Not true - if the discs warp then they a clearly not 'fit for purpose'. I will be reporting my disc problem at my 4500 service due in the next week or so and if they give me that crap they'll be hell to pay.
go to CAB or trading standards first- it cost you nothing and if they still dont listen go to a solicitor then- easier to claim these costs back then.GlobalGB said:If everything else fails and think you must resort to action get yourself a solicitor as many people think they can defend themself and as it turns out there are usually things that even the judge will tell them what they should have done prior to starting a court case (eg if the car was bought on finance its the finance company's responsibility to sort it out) etc.
Also I think a lot of judges take a dim view on joe public telling them how to interpret law.