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  1. Deacon

    Oil coolers / baffled sumps

    Crash beam is the best place - figuring if it's an accident that smashes into the crash beam the oil cooler leasing is probably going to be the least of your worries! Mine and Wills are fixed to the crash beam and supported with riser blocks on the undertray. Without the blocks would be safest but then they give a little extra support so 🤷🏼‍♂️
  2. Deacon

    Oil coolers / baffled sumps

    You don't want to mount it to the plastic under tray. If you go off on track and pull the bumper off....
  3. Deacon

    Reyland brake kit

    I had no problems with them for road use running them with the stock brake set up. No issues with the 11's in the BBK either which are more aggressive than the 08's
  4. Deacon

    GR Yaris who's going for it?

    Made me look again in to getting one
  5. Deacon

    Oil coolers / baffled sumps

    Will has an intake. I ran the kit with the stock box. We just heated the box up and bent it out of the way.
  6. Deacon

    Oil coolers / baffled sumps

    That's what I have
  7. Deacon

    Oil coolers / baffled sumps

    I swapped the thermostat in mine - think it's about £11 so not a big expense
  8. Deacon

    Oil coolers / baffled sumps

    The Hel kits uses a Mocal thermostat plate and a Setrab core - there's no reason you couldn't piece together your own kit by buying those pieces off the shelf. Mocal and Setrab are pretty much the best regarded parts for thermostat plates and oil cooler rads.
  9. Deacon

    Reyland brake kit

    I had the 08 on the OEM brakes and so thought I'd try the 11's on the BBK. Both are excellent so far but I've not had chance to use the 11 much so far due to good old Covid.
  10. Deacon

    Reyland brake kit

    Just a heads up to maybe save you a few pounds - when I got my PFC.11's Kam racing were cheapest for both the 08 and 11 of everywhere I looked
  11. Deacon

    How do we report a user

    I've said I'm happy to help as a mod on here as I already do on the FB group 👍
  12. Deacon

    How do we report a user

    Probably because most of the people with moderator power aren't active on the forum anymore
  13. Deacon

    Reyland brake kit

    It does
  14. Deacon

    Reyland brake kit

    Having not long bought mine I can answer a few of these. You can have them with different pads (Reyland have a few alternatives but I couldn't say what as they didn't have PFC and that's what I wanted) or with no pads (what I did). @will300 has been running these longest and hasn't had any hose problems as far as I'm aware. They fitted on mine with no issues mounting as they should. I've got J hook and not noticed any difference in noise. One of the big advantages of having the genuine AP discs was that they have curved internal veins. The downside is they're quite a bit more expensive. However, Reyland now offer this with their discs (it was an extra £50) when I bought mine and so seemed like a no brainer to me. Definitely black with Ginger. Red would look odd imo
  15. It's what @will300 said - they were a batch made specifically for Toyota. They don't exist in that offset on general sale