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MaStars last won the day on June 26 2017

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About MaStars

  • Birthday 06/09/88

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    The Gap, Brisbane
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    Engineering, Motorcycles, Cars, Body boarding, anything RC and Drones

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  1. yeah I think old mate in that other post has hahah funny timing....cheers bud
  2. A all fg bootlids interchangeable???

    you may of just inadvertently answered the question to my post. my lip is lifting at the edges of on my G6ET. is it held down with just sikaflex? why are you up for a new boot lid? did it get damaged while you were removing it? I ask because I was trying to work out the best way to stick mine down again at the edges and if I have to remove the whole thing?
  3. all good, I guess ill just wing it hahaha
  4. nothing guys? no one has experienced this?
  5. Haltech Falcon plug & play discussing thread

    Haltech have confirmed the PnP will not "tune" the TCM for the ZF6. so I guess you would still need to flash tune the TCM, is there a way to do that without having to buy an SCT etc? like have someone go in and flash it but without having to purchase a hand controller?
  6. Hi fellow boosted ford folk. So I have noticed factory boot lip on my G6ET is lifting at the far edges, to the point now I think it might rip off on my next highway trip. I was wondering if anyone has had this and how they rectified it? my main questions are as such; what is the best way to remove it so I can re attached. I was thinking some fishing line back and forward between the tape and the boot? but I'm sure there might be a better way. Is it held on by any screws? or is it the double sided looking tape/silicon stuff I can see under there it? What is the material that is holding it down? it looks like either double sided tape or even a silicon type adhesive, I want to be sure I buy the correct stuff to re-attach. Is there some sort of better material to hold it down to stop it lifting again? anyone had success with a particular product? any help would be very appreciated, thanks in advance Ben
  7. 2 Wheel Transport...

    Too right, I'm surprised the garden gnome has lasted this long. thought he would of shattered into a million pieces by now...lol
  8. 2 Wheel Transport...

    I personally doubt Lorenzo will make the Honda fast, his riding style is smooth wide lines and high corner speed, very different to the Honda and also the Ducati he is leaving. IMO he suits the Yamaha and that's where I honestly think his only chance of another world title is. He has had two years at Ducati to develop it to what suits him but he has pretty much failed miserably with the exception of his win last week. Also I think the Honda is dog this year, MM is only competitive on it this year because he is a freak. You just have to look at Pedrosa and the other satellite Honda performances, there are all under-performing, being a massive Honda fan it is painful to see. From what I have head/not heard it doesn't look like there have been any great developments for the 2019 Honda either. TL/DR......Lorenzo can eat a d1ck, and Miller should of got the Ducati seat.
  9. I think the new car he brought was a NA and he was aware of this, looks like he said he brought a BF II XR6 07 no mention of it being turbo. considering he crashed his turbo before he has potentially made a sensible but boring move back to NA
  10. Jet's Tuning (Oh No)

    hey @JETURBO how much for your ZF transmission cooler kits? as you showed above. Also where does this one mount? and does it use a fan? I am staring to get terrified of falling victim of the ZF milkshake lol.
  11. My quest for 400rwkw

    you wheel and tyre combo gives me a raging hard on, no *beep*! just sayin'
  12. Newbie G6E turbo

    if that's the case profile autosports are right near you I think they are in Cleveland. I haven't done an oil change myself yet, but I have changed the sway bars and changed the front and rear brake rotors and pads myself. pretty straight forward. being a newish car its always easier, no rusted or stripped bolts typically like old cars. I have also done the Nizpro intercooler and intake myself was a bit time consuming but nothing difficult. I have seen the oil filter location doesn't look to difficult to be honest.
  13. Newbie G6E turbo

    yeah the only negative information I could find was from posts 2015 and before, I believe they changed tuners around 2015. the new people are much much better. from what I can see they have some of the fastest cars with the smaller stock FG turbo. plus their google reviews and FB reviews are all 5 starts which seems to be ok. I am still deciding weather to go to profile or RDP. RDP is much closer for me. RDP have a good price for supply and fitment for a remote ZF trans cooler with a temp controlled fan, which I have heard good things about.
  14. Newbie G6E turbo

    Mine is a 09, about 150k on the clock. I will be looking at servicing and flushing the ZF at the same time too.
  15. Newbie G6E turbo

    Hi mate welcome to the site. for general services on my G6ET I only use Northgate automotive, only mechanics I have ever found I can trust, never do extra work that is unnecessary and are very transparent and honest, they will always contact me first is something unexpected comes up that will cost any more money to talk through the options first. They a repco service franchise as well so there pricing is very competitive. Also only ever use penrite oils. Troy and the boys there are great. As for performance workshops for tunes and mods I have heard good things about Real dyno Performance and also Clint at profile Autosports. I am hoping to take my car to real dyno soon and get my ID1000's, 4" Xforce dump and Cat installed to go with my Nizpro cooler and KPM Intake I have already installed, and get them to tune it all on 98 and e85


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