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« Reply #30 on: 10:12, Thu 18 September 2008 »
Cracking motors mate especially the white one. Drop me a PM if you ever want to sell her  :wink:

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« Reply #31 on: 11:13, Wed 01 October 2008 »
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Cracking motors mate especially the white one. Drop me a PM if you ever want to sell her  :wink:


Cheers lad..  I will keep ya in mind   :wink:

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« Reply #32 on: 12:11, Wed 01 October 2008 »
Got the grey car on the rolling road last sunday...

The car managed 165bhp @wheels and 160 lb ft torque
Their dyno worked that out to be 194bhp at the fly.  
Not sure how accurate that flywheel figure would be tho.

Was a good days fun.. A TVR and a 550 bhp EVO 5 turned up..  


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« Reply #33 on: 13:34, Wed 01 October 2008 »
a like tht pic on the rollers btw

looksssss good

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« Reply #34 on: 11:15, Sat 04 October 2008 »
Who is the fella trying to hold the car on the rollers??  :lol:

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« Reply #35 on: 17:17, Mon 06 October 2008 »
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Who is the fella trying to hold the car on the rollers??  :lol:


Yea an he left a nice big hand print behind him  :roll:

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« Reply #36 on: 18:09, Mon 06 October 2008 »
I'd have handed him a cloth and the window cleaner. Cheeky fecker.  :x

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« Reply #37 on: 11:37, Thu 23 July 2009 »
The recession is a balls  :cry:

Cant justify paying insurance and tax for the 5 this yr for all I ever drive it..
Got a nice present for my birthday tho. The other half got me a car capsule.
She must off felt sorry for me  :lol:  


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« Reply #38 on: 17:24, Thu 23 July 2009 »
lovings them all. wish mine was a mint std example but just have too much fun playing with it lol. keep it up

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« Reply #39 on: 18:02, Thu 23 July 2009 »
how did u get that kind off power and where is that rolling road matey??? pm if u could thanks
group a rally spec 5, group a head set an bolts not sure what the carbs had done, stage 2 turbo, bailey piston dump valve, uprated turbo elbow,full exhaust system, induction kit,cup mod,greddy boost controller,turbo timer,uprated carb elbow,uprated intercooler

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« Reply #40 on: 18:08, Thu 29 October 2009 »
A new set of rims and a polish later.  :D
Winter plans are to get a few SPA Design guages wired in and maybe a FMIC.



Will post the pics up as I progess..

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« Reply #41 on: 14:17, Sat 31 October 2009 »
only noticing your thread now mate...fecking nice

is that white phase 2 the other one that belonged to kidd???

and is it for sale?
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« Reply #42 on: 20:30, Sat 31 October 2009 »
Cheers lad

Na Kidd never had that one..  An old couple in lisburn bought it new and then my mate bought it from them. It was the first 5 I was ever in..

It isnt for sale mate sorry..  Dont think I could part with it to be honest. I have it stored away in a carcoon bubble. Plan to show it eventually, just need to get my house all sorted first so I can spend the time an money on it.

You have your hands full anyway with the raider and that saxo!!!  :shock:  :lol:

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« Reply #43 on: 20:43, Sat 31 October 2009 »
lovin both the motors mate but id have stuck with the standard speedlines on the tungy....still looks the dogs as it is but the standard look always looks better, just my taste maybe and dalm that polish up looks class what did you use???

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« Reply #44 on: 00:24, Sun 01 November 2009 »
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lovin both the motors mate but id have stuck with the standard speedlines on the tungy....still looks the dogs as it is but the standard look always looks better, just my taste maybe and dalm that polish up looks class what did you use???

Yea I love the look of the speedlines on it too but traction is a bit of a problem. Sort of thought there was no point spending all the time and money on the engine and just sitting at the lights spinning  :(   Plus I am thinking of fitting the bigger disk conversion at some stage..

For the shine I polished it with autoglym super resin polish. Done it 3 times and buffed it up.
Then the next time I washed the car I used the autoglym autogloss rinse and gave it a chamois. Thats when I took the pic..  I always think it looks better the next time you wash the car after you have polished it??  :? .. Its probably all in me head tho...