225 seem to be very narrow for a Ferrari. In any case I would adhere to the Owner's manual. I think the factory is in a better position to know waht is correct. The web, well they are opinions and they do have to give warranties, so they can say anything. :lol:
"Electronic Owners Manual"? Never heard of it? Where did you find that?
Was going to ask you about your Carcoon funnily enough - thinking of getting one of those. What size did you get/would you recommend?
Also, where are the intake fans? I've got plenty of room to the sides of the car when it's in the garage, but not much front to back - not sure if the walls will get in the way of the fans when it's inflated.
If you get in touch with the company that makes the carcoon they will tell you the size you need for your car, I can't remember now what size mine was. I might be a "size 4 Wide" but I'm not positive. It was about £430 so that might help to narrow it down, you should contact them though as the size I had didn't appear on their website at the time. The url is for UK sales is http://www.carcoon.co.uk
The fans go at one end or the other of the car. I don't have much room either but there is enough to allow a few inches between the fan and the wall.
I don't have the fans at the door end of the garage for 2 reasons:
1. The only power is at the opposite end of the garage.
2. The instructions tell you not to put the fans near a heat source including metal doors that can heat up in direct sunlight.
I take it you have seen the pics of my carcoon - I have posted them once or twice already?
Registered already didn't know they were there - got it now though!! Fab thanks.
Yes - saw the carcoon pics on another thread - I'll have a chat with them.
As for the tyres - I'm obviously wearing the right ones, was just curious as to why the official Ferrari site says they're different - it's obviously just an error. Unfortunately everywhere else says they're the ame as the Ferrari site, so can only assume the error has propogated out from them!
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