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#1 M-Tech Ltd

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Posted 06 October 2008 - 03:19 PM

Hello All,

We are M-Tech Automtoive Limited,

We have been trading in the Engine Mangement industry for over four years providing fully mappable engine management systems for most types of vehicle. www.mtechautomotive.co.uk

We have recently purchased a Dyno Dyanamics rolling road and we are looking to hold a rolling road day for the focus. We held a 106 and Saxo day on the 04/10/08 and it was a great success. We had a turnout of 20 cars and it was good to get everyone together to see each others cars.

It will be held at our garage, the post code is BA13 4JW. It will be 30 for tie down and two runs, if you want extra runs it will be 10 per run once tied down. You will also get a printout of your graph and we will be providing food and drinks.

Please add a post if you are interested then once we have numbers we can set a date. we need more than 12 cars to make the day happen.

regards

James + Matt

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#2 vinnyvangough

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Posted 06 October 2008 - 06:50 PM

Hi and welcome to the site.

Sounds like a really good day.

Will you be planning any other rolling road days and will they be vehicle specific or any car days too.

If this could be a regular thing would you be willing to offer a discount as a club day or event?

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Posted 07 October 2008 - 09:20 AM

Hi and welcome to the site.

Sounds like a really good day.

Will you be planning any other rolling road days and will they be vehicle specific or any car days too.

If this could be a regular thing would you be willing to offer a discount as a club day or event?




Hello, yes definatly, what car do you drive? we can certainly organise club discounts if there are enough cars. Depending on the response I get from this post I may open the day to all ford vehicles instead if there is not enough focuses.

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Posted 07 October 2008 - 11:23 AM

Depends what i got on the road at the time. lol

I got an Escort at the moment but i know that there are a lot of Focus's and Fiesta's on here at the moment.

Sounds like a really good idea though mate.

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Posted 07 October 2008 - 11:38 AM

Sounds like a good day and hopefully alot of interest will be raised.

I would have mine dyno'd but i dont think the machine can measure that small :lol:

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Posted 08 October 2008 - 03:01 PM

Sounds like a good day and hopefully alot of interest will be raised.

I would have mine dyno'd but i dont think the machine can measure that small :lol:


Ok guys, I ahve started to organise a Fiesta day as well and its seem there is a bit of interest, but again not completely from fiesta drivers, so I am think maybe it sould be open to all ford vehicles to get a better turnout.

If you check out this link on our website then you can put your name down as interested. Once there is 8 names down I will set a fixed date.

www.mtechautomotive.co.uk/rollingroad.html

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