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ryawil0

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About ryawil0

  • Birthday 01/08/1977

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  1. Happy Birthday ryawil0!

  2. hey guys - Just an update......I picked up a Black 2006 BF XR6. Its not a turbo though - gah!! It has the leather seats I was after, 6 stack CD player, 89,000 kms on the clock, 4 new tyres and 11 months rego - oh and a sunroof! The lady wanted $20,000 for it. Talked her down to $17k in the end. Its a pretty sweet car - it has the usual scratches etc on it but for the price it was pretty good I reckon! Cheers Ry
  3. Hey guys - I recently purchased a 2006 BF XR6 and need some advice It seems to be running fine but I noticed a few small drips of a very white milky fluid (like a vanilla milkshake) on the ground under the engine bay this morning when I pulled out of the garage. I looked on the net and most people seem to being saying its a head gasket problem where fluid is getting into the oil. I have looked at the dip stick and the colour of the oil is not milky, neither is the coolant. There doesnt seem to be any milky fluid anywhere in the engine bay that I can see other than on the ground. I can see
  4. Hey fellas - Thanks for the quick responses. Some good advice so far and definitely some things to think about. For those who asked: - I'll be looking at an auto. - As for the "hard driving", I just meant general "go to woah" AND cornering. So the BF MK II has a better transmission and gearbox etc than the BA's? Is it a huge difference or negligible? Thanks again guys! Kind regards, Ryan
  5. Hi all - I'm Ryan. Im 32yo from Canberra. I stumbled onto this site while researching an imminent purchase of a used XR6 (Turbo or other). I'm new to the whole XR6 scene as I have always owned 4 cylinder Jap cars!! *gasp* Yes I know what people are thinking, but the first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem right? The second step is to learn from your mistakes and move forward and take a path that hopefully leads to some sweet homegrown engineering! So that's why I'm here......... I think I need some help! Although I have some experience driving Fords (my dad worked for a F
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