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Jammasta

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  1. Its a shame how even an 11 looks slow on video.
  2. Stopped reading thread here. This was the issue when it happened to me.
  3. [quote name='calibre said: Pretty clever decision imo leaving it n/a, avoids any warranty issues for Toyota/Subaru up to these 3rd parties, I\'d say there will be so many b]power up[/b] options available shortly, the problem will just be choosing which one. Seriously, is this what kids are calling it these days. Too much Mario Kart.
  4. I thought it might have been Todd's old car. Green GSR?
  5. If looking at SUV with some luxury the jeep grand limiteds are hard to beat.
  6. Can't wait to do the wanking motion to the first midlife crisis I see driving one with a p-plate.
  7. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/motoring/news/article.cfm?c_id=9&objectid=10796234
  8. What happened to that guy from the helicopter companies gc8. Can't remember his name dammit?!?! Dan currie maybe?
  9. Can't be funked finding pics. But the ZEN perf coupe is incredible. Matt Green colour. UK Time attack has produced some serious looking GCs.
  10. I was looking at this as a viable option when the rumour was 30-35k New. Which unfortunatly was always going to be underestimated.
  11. And in wellington. Middle aged white women in german SUV's are by far the worst.
  12. [quote name='Swindog said: Power power = more fuel = more heat being generated That i can understand, all things remaining equal. eg VF28 @ 170kw would create less heat than @ 200kw. I was under the impression that changing turbos would change the range of efficiency and therefore heat characteristics. Big efficient Turbo @ 18psi, vs small less efficient turbo (for the car) @ 18psi, which would be creating the most heat. I would also make the assumption that it is not a direct proportion of heat/power. Eg the exhaust gas @ 290 would not be 30% higher than @ 200. Or would it? or
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