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2014 Technical Day

Post by Jet » Tue 18 Jun, 2013 18:12

Been giving this some thought, a number of factors to take into consideration, location in relation to airport and where everyone is travelling from, costs, equipment, accommodating our host and guests, keeping costs down and ensuring you get something out of the day.

The objective is for our guest to demonstrate how these tasks are performed that we can confidently repeat the process in the comfort of our own homes, such as:

Door maintenance and troubleshooting
Panel repair
Leather repair and restoration'.

To take this forward I need to get an idea on who is serious about attending, so please quote the below and add your names to the list
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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by DPW » Tue 18 Jun, 2013 20:52

Jet,

I can provide the use of our race team workshops which are near Derby if that helps. It is about 15 minutes drive from East Midlands airport.

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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by a1z1 » Wed 19 Jun, 2013 21:39

Darren you Beat me to it. I can evict a few horses and bales of hay to accommodate a techie Day complete with the wife catering.
Interested in attending.
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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by Stoertie » Thu 20 Jun, 2013 00:05

Hi @all,

one litte question from "Kossyk-Enterprises :D " ...

I have already threated Jet to bring Chrissy with me to the "Technical Days 2014". (Maybe we are doing one or two days of sightseeing in London before ;) )

So, if some of you are interested in leather care too, we can include a lether care and refurbishment seminar into the technical days for those who are not intersted in mechanical things or know that they have not technical talent... ;)

So if you are intersted in, please let us know.

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Post by Jet » Fri 21 Jun, 2013 13:03

Brilliant, we have a choice of location and the expertise. Michael, we can talk in more depth about your availability and when suits you. I would recommend summer, but this is London and thats no guarantee of good sightseeing weather.

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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by ChrisS » Sat 22 Jun, 2013 10:51

I'm interested in both door adjustment and interior care.

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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by pingu » Sat 22 Jun, 2013 18:21

I'm in Long Eaton and a Z1 is always on the shopping list, so I would be interested in coming along as long as I won't make it too crowded.
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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by tg184 » Sun 23 Jun, 2013 11:42

I'd be interested. Might depend on location, as I'll be coming up from the wrong side of the M25. :(
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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by SCORPION » Sun 23 Jun, 2013 18:30

I'm very interested as I'm currently trying to get up the courage to adjust my driver's door.

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Post by Jet » Mon 24 Jun, 2013 20:18

SCORPION wrote:I'm very interested as I'm currently trying to get up the courage to adjust my driver's door.
Thats a long time to wait, why not post a clip of the problem, someone might recognise it, jog some memories and help diagnose the problem.

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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by SCORPION » Tue 25 Jun, 2013 11:31

It's just stopping about 0.5cm too high and is fine if I put a couple of washers under the top wing mounting to lift it out of the way. As the door works OK I'd rather do it properly, later, than mess it up now. Michael has explained how I might fix it but as always I could make it worse rather than better -"it ain't completely broke".

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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by Jet » Wed 15 Jan, 2014 08:29

From the first post....
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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by Pat Slade » Wed 15 Jan, 2014 09:35

Jet

Would like to attend, wherever. Panel repair and interior care of specific interest.

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Post by SCORPION » Wed 15 Jan, 2014 11:22

I would very much like to attend, any idea of the date yet ?
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Post by Jet » Wed 15 Jan, 2014 13:34

Do read the first post as a reminder.

Location:
The Car Club have also offered the use of their premises, alternatively they can get preferential rates from Heritage Motor Museum.

When:
Not sure yet, will update shortly

If interested, copy and add your name below please.

1. Pat - Leather Care and Panel Repair
2. Chris (Scorpion) - Doors
3. Chris S
4.
5.
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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by ChrisS » Wed 15 Jan, 2014 15:39

The only weekend I'm definitely not free to attend is Sat-Sun 22-23 March. (Thought I'd get that in early!)

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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by Racing Tortoise » Thu 16 Jan, 2014 13:28

Interested depending on the date.
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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by BrianBZ1 » Thu 16 Jan, 2014 13:36

very interested,would be good to meet up with more z1 owners.

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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by Motorhead » Thu 16 Jan, 2014 16:45

Interested if the date works

1. Pat - Leather Care and Panel Repair
2. Chris (Scorpion) - Doors
3. Chris S
4. Richard (Motorhead)
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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by Green Genie » Thu 16 Jan, 2014 18:08

Jet I'm Interested if dates don't clash with hols etc.

ETA
Interested if the date works

1. Pat - Leather Care and Panel Repair
2. Chris (Scorpion) - Doors
3. Chris S
4. Richard (Motorhead)
5. Keith (Green Genie)
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Post by Jet » Thu 16 Jan, 2014 19:56

Only Motorhead has read the part about adding your name to the list gents.......

We may have to limit the number of spaces if we get more interest than can be accommodated..

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Post by a1z1 » Thu 16 Jan, 2014 21:44

I'm interested depends on the date.
1. Pat - Leather Care and Panel Repair
2. Chris (Scorpion) - Doors
3. Chris S
4. Richard (Motorhead)
5. Keith (Green Genie)
6. Ivor (A1Z1)
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Post by felix » Thu 16 Jan, 2014 21:45

I'm interested depends on the date.
1. Pat - Leather Care and Panel Repair
2. Chris (Scorpion) - Doors
3. Chris S
4. Richard (Motorhead)
5. Keith (Green Genie)
6. Ivor (A1Z1)
7. Felix (aka Felix)

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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by andyhallas » Fri 17 Jan, 2014 08:35

Jet,

As per - I'm in if the date works

1. Pat - Leather Care and Panel Repair
2. Chris (Scorpion) - Doors
3. Chris S
4. Richard (Motorhead)
5. Keith (Green Genie)
6. Ivor (A1Z1)
7. Felix (aka Felix)
8. Andy Hallas

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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by Racing Tortoise » Fri 17 Jan, 2014 10:15

Jet wrote:Only Motorhead has read the part about adding your name to the list gents.......

We may have to limit the number of spaces if we get more interest than can be accommodated..
What is this? Dad's Army?!


1. Pat - Leather Care and Panel Repair
2. Chris (Scorpion) - Doors
3. Chris S
4. Richard (Motorhead)
5. Keith (Green Genie)
6. Ivor (A1Z1)
7. Felix (aka Felix)
8. Andy Hallas
9. RT
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Post by FinerZ1 » Fri 17 Jan, 2014 12:16

I'd definitely be interested in this, especially the leather treatment.

1. Pat - Leather Care and Panel Repair
2. Chris (Scorpion) - Doors
3. Chris S
4. Richard (Motorhead)
5. Keith (Green Genie)
6. Ivor (A1Z1)
7. Felix (aka Felix)
8. Andy Hallas
9. RT
10. Paul (FinerZ1)

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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by Bluebaur » Fri 17 Jan, 2014 13:54

I'm interested dependant on the date

1. Pat-Leather Care and Panel Repair
2. Chris (Scorpion)-Doors
3. Chris S
4.Richard (Motorhead)
5.Keith (Green Genie)
6.Ivor (a1z1
7.Felix (aka Felix)
8. Andy Hallas
9. RT
10. Paul (FinerZ1)
11. Roger (Bluebaur)

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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by TJS » Tue 21 Jan, 2014 21:08

11. TJS

Depending on the date, Friday or Saturday allied to a mini tour maybe.

Venue ? Something like this ? A modern workshop with toilet and lounge facilities. I estimate it will easily accommodate 15 cars with space to work, 20 at a push. 20min from M1 (J12 /13) and 10 mins from A1/M Baldock. An initial enquiry suggests it may be available to hire for a day.

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Post by Jet » Tue 21 Jan, 2014 22:53

TJ,

Things to consider:

The Door workshop will take 1.5 days minimum.
Hamburg to Heathrow return flights.
Michael/Chrissy arriving maybe Thursday, 1 day sightseeing
Overnight accommodation London.
2 days to troubleshoot doors, panel repair and interior (Sat, Sun?)
Accommodation Saturday night close to venue.
Combining the technical day and tour will require a week of activities (doable?).
Tools, Jacks, Ramps etc.
Pre 9am Post 6pm access.
Catering?

Give me a call, we can compare quotes, I have the 15,000 sq ft Hangar pricing, daily rates with lights and sockets, non refundable paid in advance.

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Post by Jet » Mon 17 Feb, 2014 16:10

Sorry for the lack of comms, but its all go behind the scenes, targeting END OF MAY before Z season starts.
Some of you I have already, but can you all just PM me the following asap please:

Name
Email
Contact number
What area you will be coming from.

Joe Frazier
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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by TR4man » Mon 17 Feb, 2014 19:32

Sorry to go off on a tangent (and to make it worse, I'm not a Z1 owner either), but I'm fascinated by the photo of the aircraft hanger.

That aeroplane looks like a Percival Mew Gull similar to the one Alex Henshall flew to South Africa in 1939 to set the world record for such a return journey.

A Percival Mew Gull - something that is rarer than even a Z1, just imagine that :wink:

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Post by BrianBZ1 » Fri 21 Feb, 2014 20:31

I'm interested dependant on the date

1. Pat-Leather Care and Panel Repair
2. Chris (Scorpion)-Doors
3. Chris S
4.Richard (Motorhead)
5.Keith (Green Genie)
6.Ivor (a1z1
7.Felix (aka Felix)
8. Andy Hallas
9. RT
10. Paul (FinerZ1)
11. Roger (Bluebaur)
12.Brianbz1

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Post by Jet » Fri 21 Feb, 2014 22:47

Gents,

I can say we are looking at April 26th, final confirmation on all other aspects I should have next week.

Thanks for your patience.

1. Pat
2. Chris (Scorpion)
3. Chris S
4.Richard
5.Keith
6.Ivor
7.Felix
8. Andy
9. RT
10. Paul
11. Roger
12.Brianbz1
13. Roger Bodley
14: TG184
15: RTT
16: Sam
17: TJS
18: IanM

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Post by cudly1 » Sat 22 Feb, 2014 18:02

I'm interested depending on date and location. Door adjustment & underbody (wheel arch) renovation / panel repair would be interesting for me.

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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by sfh3l » Sun 02 Mar, 2014 16:13

Thanks for including me Jamal and sorry this has been my first foray onto the forum since the New Year.
Looking good......
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Post by Budget M3 » Tue 08 Apr, 2014 21:44

Is this still sched for Apr 26? Any updates on time and location(s)?

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Post by Jet » Wed 09 Apr, 2014 09:29

Received.

Event is now May 17th, planning has moved to email, more direct visibility for those who expressed an interest.

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Post by Jet » Mon 19 May, 2014 06:13

Well that's it for another year, thanks for supporting this gents, I trust you all took something away from the event and made it home safely.

Thanks again, very much appreciated.

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Post by SCORPION » Mon 19 May, 2014 16:54

A brilliant weekend, well organised Jamal.
Did you really post at 5.13am this morning ?

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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by Cabrioot » Mon 19 May, 2014 17:42

Looks good, hope to be there next time.
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Post by sfh3l » Mon 19 May, 2014 18:41

Brilliant Weekend Jamal. well done and thanks from us all for the effort and organisation you put into making this happen.

My steering wheel is definitely less animated now and what remains by way of wobble feels much more like a simple (slight) imbalance in one of the front wheels, so thanks too for that tip, which I would never have arrived at myself.

Good to know that I have now reinforced both front wing mounts, as I had planned to do this winter. All I have to do now is the nubuk (second time) and repair the crack in one rear wing and the (now) two missing lower lugs on front and rear wings - will it ever end?

Great weekend, from start to finish. Looking forward to the get-together in September now.
Best regards,

Sam Lever.

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Post by DPW » Mon 19 May, 2014 20:07

Great weekend Jamal. Many thanks for organising.

For those that did not receive my email, you can download all the pictures and videos from the technical weekend at
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/9fufypn1ci49 ... g8aLIJtAVa
Best wishes,

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2014 Technical Day plus cleaning tips

Post by Ian M » Mon 19 May, 2014 21:32

Thanks everyone for a great and informative weekend, Special thanks to Jamal for organising us all and to Rene for being very patient with us all with our constant questions. I learned a lot so now hoping to sort out my panel gaps and sticking door catch. At the end of Sunday I was asked quite a few questions on cleaning and prep etc, so for Jamal here is the order in which you can clean your Golf and for anyone else interested I have listed a great web site that explains everything to do with polishing complete with video's. Once again thanks for a great weekend and see you all at Silverstone.

In case you lost that piece of paper Jamal.

Wash car with a decent car shampoo in warm water
Remove any tar with tar remover or even thinners from bodywork and wheels
It might be worth spraying Iron X over the body and wheels to remove metal contaminants, after 2-3 minutes wipe over with a damp sponge then leave for another 2-3 minutes your paint and wheels should start to streak purple.
Wash again.
Clay the bodywork and don't forget to apply plenty of lube (I use DoDo juice - slippy, It's quite cheap and will last a few applications) Tear a piece off the clay bar about the size of a 50p piece, don't rub it into the paint, let it glide over. when it starts to get dirty fold it over to make a clean piece. Do a panel at a time and then wipe down with a micro fibre cloth. The paintwork should start to feel smooth.
If you have scratches or swirls it's time to get out the electric polisher, get a DA model that I demonstrated with rather than a rotary one. It's a lot easier and safer to use. If you have deep scratches get a cutting pad with the polisher followed by a polishing pad and then finally you can get a finishing pad if you want. You also need a couple of polish compound depending on the condition of the paintwork. Don't go for a heavy T cut if you only have swirls. Do a panel at a time and clean off with a micro fibre cloth.
Now the final part...WAX. Make sure the car is in the shade and not hot otherwise it will bake to the surface, the same goes with the polish as well. Try the sample pack you got from me, that should do the whole car. A little spreads a long way so apply a nice thin layer over the whole car with a micro fibre cloth or wax pad if you have one, when finished go to the panel you started with and start rubbing off with a clean micro fibre cloth. If you think it needs it you can give it another coat (3 max)
Stand back and admire and have a cup of tea and a handful of Haribo (wash hands first)

A good web site for tips and video clips go to http://www.autogeek.net/detailingtips.html

Hope this helps, If anyone has any questions just let me know.
Ian.

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Re: 2014 Technical Day

Post by sfh3l » Wed 28 May, 2014 22:11

Great write up Ian. You make it sound so simple.

After reinforcing both front wings while on the Tech Day, I took the opportunity of a wash-out Bank Holiday Monday to spend some time on the rears. Had them off and reinforced the wing-top area of the driver's side where there is a small crack where it had been pushed up by the door and also repaired a crack on the passenger side on the bottom edge. All sorted now.

I now need to go away and scratch my head about making up the 'hooks' for the fixings of the lower edges of the panels, as there are a number missing already on my car. I am thinking along the lines of aluminium sheet, cut to fit and then bonded to the inside face of the wings so as to spread the stress. The wings won't be coming off again this year though, so this is very much an 'thought in progress' at the moment.
Best regards,

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