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  2. getting mine tuned on 98 from a reputable tuner was the best thing ever. got more kays to a tank. ran better, a little bit more poke. was great! definitely worth it. now I hardly get the opportunity either, that's what the drag strip is for or do some track days. doesnt matter if you have a 400kw car or a 200 kw car. 5 kays over and you get dicked you still lose either way. power means sh*t. just self control.
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  3. I tell you what every time I boot it, it puts a smile on my face
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  4. So actually gonna be more like $2,800-3,000 because they have to upgrade all the gas pipework and put in a power point...so better be amazing and my bills better be noticeably cheaper! So many long showers coming up, just coz I can! Yeah, cheers...I'll send you the bill! [emoji12]
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  5. this^ but yer its going to die any day now lel bugger off hahah @.Stripes. was my advice invisable? just lost my sh*t ahaahh
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  6. Modifying cars is time consuming, frustrating at times and a waste of money. If any of that stuff bothers you then leave it stock. We mostly only hear the bad stories about failed tunes and forget that there are thousands of cars out there with good tunes. The reality of getting your car modified and tuned is that you will have a fast car that will wear out quicker and has a higher possibility of breaking stuff. The more you mod the more you break or wear out until you upgrade again. Who cares though cos racecar
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  7. Yeah finally, things a joke mate. I had to resign otherwise I would have lost a significant amount of money. never again. Although I have 5k to blow on mods. Ecolpi short block time!
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  8. Well, it's easy to check on the bushes, I guess
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  9. None of that is true in my experience. It changes into first with a jolt when travelling slowly in second but there is no clunking coming from the gearbox or anywhere else in that specific scenario. Before I replaced my diff bushes the car would only clunk when getting right the fark up it. It was fairly normal in everyday driving apart from a bit of swaying in the rear end. The bushes were cactus when I pulled them out.
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  10. hahaha just ask them to take a photo, so you can spread the word on the internet of them doing their job so awesomely
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  11. What they said I cut the LH side of that floor panel off and ditched it, replaced with a staino sheet I drilled and screwed to the cross members, now have easy access. Tub liner out in 5min (plenty practice). Thinking I should cut a rectangular hole in the liner and fit a low profile tool box over the top for ultimate access.
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