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Re: Wedding Day Pictures

Postby Jasonmarie » Thu May 17, 2018 10:03 am

andyd wrote:Due to some other wedding, I for one will be avoiding BBC1 and ITV on Saturday!!


Yes and me , if legs work and it’s sunny I will be going for a nice drive with a flask of tea and a few hob knobs . :xd:
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Re: Wedding Day Pictures

Postby andyd » Thu May 17, 2018 10:27 am

Jasonmarie wrote:
andyd wrote:Due to some other wedding, I for one will be avoiding BBC1 and ITV on Saturday!!


Yes and me , if legs work and it’s sunny I will be going for a nice drive with a flask of tea and a few hob knobs . :xd:

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Unfortunately with the Devon County Show a Rugby Match and new Ikea, the roads around here are going to be a nightmare so I will be confined to barracks :o
So might get pi**ed and sit in the garage with the Sierra :D Or I could do some work on the new fence :? :drama:

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Re: Wedding Day Pictures

Postby Jasonmarie » Thu May 17, 2018 2:45 pm

No no no it’s to hot on Saturday to do the fence sit in the garage sounds better or if it was me I would get up early and drive to Dartmoor and have lunch in a pub up there .
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Re: Wedding Day Pictures

Postby Fordoholic Nick » Thu May 17, 2018 2:55 pm

SmokeEm wrote:Bearing in mind it was a good 3/4 years ago that I bought mine, it's possible that Burtons no longer do them but they were deffo DS2500 as just looked up. I fitted them with a new set of stock discs and bedded them in correctly and I couldn't believe how much better they felt. Nice strong bite with progressive stopping without fading. Less dust over stock too. They won't match the Hi-spec obviously but a major improvement over stock.


Cheers Dave. Will deffo consider these DS2500 pads mate. Will be alot cheaper than completely replacing with the hi-spec set up. I will have a think on it. If I am going to save up for the hi-specs then no point in getting these pads but if I decide to keep my m16's then will deffo try these pads. I have ebc greenstuff now which are ok. Bought them really for the low brake dust but these DS2500 ones sound a decent upgrade and alot less than the hi-specs. Will keep you informed when I decide what to do. Thanks again for your advice Dave
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Re: Wedding Day Pictures

Postby SmokeEm » Thu May 17, 2018 3:15 pm

Fordoholic Nick wrote:
SmokeEm wrote:Bearing in mind it was a good 3/4 years ago that I bought mine, it's possible that Burtons no longer do them but they were deffo DS2500 as just looked up. I fitted them with a new set of stock discs and bedded them in correctly and I couldn't believe how much better they felt. Nice strong bite with progressive stopping without fading. Less dust over stock too. They won't match the Hi-spec obviously but a major improvement over stock.


Cheers Dave. Will deffo consider these DS2500 pads mate. Will be alot cheaper than completely replacing with the hi-spec set up. I will have a think on it. If I am going to save up for the hi-specs then no point in getting these pads but if I decide to keep my m16's then will deffo try these pads. I have ebc greenstuff now which are ok. Bought them really for the low brake dust but these DS2500 ones sound a decent upgrade and alot less than the hi-specs. Will keep you informed when I decide what to do. Thanks again for your advice Dave


Any time Nick, you know that. I too replaced my green stuff ones with the ferodo as on the drag strip, I wasn't too bothered about dusty wheels lol. I just needed to slow down damn quick without fading. (Santa Pod has 2 different lanes leading back to the pits. 1st one is quite early after the line so you neede to slow down quickly to make it. The 2nd one further down was ok but was often blocked by cars re-packing their chutes or waiting for a tow)
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