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General Car Chat / Re: VW sat nav update
« on: Yesterday at 22:02:07 »
Google maps live traffic data for me, easily the best to understand which route is best.

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General Discussion Area / Re: 20 ltrs oil drum
« on: Yesterday at 22:00:57 »
I keep few 5L tubs spare, I have a massive filter which I use to decanter the big 20L drum.

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Luckily, Sky like a few big tree's about the place:



They also decided to build as a perk, Europes largest out door ice rink  :o




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Omega Electrical and Audio Help / Re: new head unit
« on: 04 December 2018, 19:30:42 »
I've fitted an Aux in to my NCDC 2013 in the 3.2, I personally find the audio fine.

My Omega is 15 years old and has wind noise and engine noise to match, so don't personally find any impedance issues.

I use an iPhone with Spotify linked up, music turned up sounds far, far better than radio and make full use of Bose and bass. Huge improvement.
As Zirk says, the iPhone is particularly shite at directly pumping in music.  The tones aren't massively out (to my tone deaf ears), still noticeable, but the volume levels are complete wank.

You need the iPhone at absolute full volume, and the stereo cranked up a bit to make it audible.  And then shit yourself if you have a travel announcement or satnav come through.

Not a problem, as I use phone for sat nav and traffic.  :y

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Omega Electrical and Audio Help / Re: new head unit
« on: 04 December 2018, 15:42:42 »
I've fitted an Aux in to my NCDC 2013 in the 3.2, I personally find the audio fine.

My Omega is 15 years old and has wind noise and engine noise to match, so don't personally find any impedance issues.

I use an iPhone with Spotify linked up, music turned up sounds far, far better than radio and make full use of Bose and bass. Huge improvement.

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General Discussion Area / Re: That's made my day
« on: 23 November 2018, 15:44:26 »
Sorry, yes the Sun, but those first view clips are brilliant. As STEMO says, more please!

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/7811910/moment-thugs-rammed-off-road-london/

Second one was best.  :)

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General Car Chat / Re: So what have you done to your car today?
« on: 23 November 2018, 14:32:28 »
Got rid of the Jaaaagggg and now bombing around in a corsa

With your driving style and your recent indiscretion it's probably for the best.  ;)  Although something tells me it's a short term thing such as a hire car/courtesy car.  ::)

Poor hire company, that Corsa will be handed back with it's engine life severely shortened.

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Omega General Help / Re: trade club
« on: 23 November 2018, 09:40:40 »
Terry paid a lot more at a dealer recently than you can buy delivered
clicky £38 to your door fast shiping too    :y

Itís cheaper than that from a Vx dealer, delivered.  :)

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Kay Burley isn't allowed in then ?  ::) ;D ;D

She has her owned dedicated one, as do all presenters. They have own make up rooms

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Do you have to have the 'Company Do' Tunnie?  ;D
I was gonna ask if commoners could go there, but it's for sky workers only.  ;D

Yup, no riff-raff allowed.

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All has to be like the boss, Jezza.  ;D

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I've not used a high street barber for ages, I just book a meeting slot in my work calendar and pop down during office hours.

...and before anyone asks, it's Sky's on-site one, for company people only.  :D

Or if that's full, there is the Hair saloon, which also do mens hair. Again, Sky only.  8)

So translation never an issue  :)

It's actually run by one of the ex-secruity guards, who took the proposition to Sky that they should run a dedicated barbers. They funded it and setup him up with his own little place, in some rooms that were not longer used and had them converted. 

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General Car Chat / Re: If Tilbo gets bored...
« on: 15 November 2018, 09:39:38 »
6 grand for a 16 year old Merc, built in time when they were heavy into penny pinching.  :-\

Lot of car, but suspect a lot of bills and lot of DIY time.  :(


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General Discussion Area / Re: They Shall Not Grow Old - The Movie
« on: 14 November 2018, 09:38:13 »
I saw it on the guide and surprised to see it, likewise thought it was only at Cinema.

What an impressive job he did, cannot believe that was filmed over 100 years ago, when it went full screen early in. Really brought it all far more to life and what really went on.

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General Car Chat / Re: 2002 Omega 3.2 Elite Suspension
« on: 13 November 2018, 20:17:40 »
I cannot remember what springs went on the 3.2  :-[

Back in 2012 they were fitted I think, with standard shocks. Still good and only minor corrosion seen, itís handling just way I want to now. Super soft ride  :)

That said, maybe it appears super soft as day before Iím usually in a BMW M140i.

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