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 Post subject: Re: Marks DOHC Barra 240 Turbo EL Fairmont Ghia
Posted: Thu Dec 05, 2013 8:03 pm 
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it didnt need an aftermarket ecu, the car ran fine, it just didnt have power at all, how did it go on fuel compared to the ef with the same motor?
i almost bought a crashed pajero today but the guy said it was leaking oil from the front hub, the hub wouldnt have oil in it which tells me the diff was probably damaged causing the leak, it was only 1400 ono with 5 months rego and new 31 inch mud tyres and cosmetically only needed 2 doors and a rim, i wouldve offered 1000 if it didnt damage the diff



Absolutely s**t house haha. Average 18 L per 100. 400km max on a tank with 1/3 driving in town around industrial drive. 31 inch??? haha massive tyres! so you'll just keep looking around i guess?

 

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 Post subject: Re: Marks DOHC Barra 240 Turbo EL Fairmont Ghia
Posted: Thu Dec 05, 2013 8:15 pm 
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fairmont1996 wrote:
bry40l wrote:
it didnt need an aftermarket ecu, the car ran fine, it just didnt have power at all, how did it go on fuel compared to the ef with the same motor?
i almost bought a crashed pajero today but the guy said it was leaking oil from the front hub, the hub wouldnt have oil in it which tells me the diff was probably damaged causing the leak, it was only 1400 ono with 5 months rego and new 31 inch mud tyres and cosmetically only needed 2 doors and a rim, i wouldve offered 1000 if it didnt damage the diff



Absolutely s**t house haha. Average 18 L per 100. 400km max on a tank with 1/3 driving in town around industrial drive. 31 inch??? haha massive tyres! so you'll just keep looking around i guess?

31s are small lol. Most people run 33 or 35 on their patrols. 31s are 1 size bigger than standard on most pajeros. I think the gls had 31s standard

 

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 Post subject: Re: Marks DOHC Barra 240 Turbo EL Fairmont Ghia
Posted: Thu Dec 05, 2013 9:49 pm 
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bry40l wrote:
fairmont1996 wrote:
bry40l wrote:
it didnt need an aftermarket ecu, the car ran fine, it just didnt have power at all, how did it go on fuel compared to the ef with the same motor?
i almost bought a crashed pajero today but the guy said it was leaking oil from the front hub, the hub wouldnt have oil in it which tells me the diff was probably damaged causing the leak, it was only 1400 ono with 5 months rego and new 31 inch mud tyres and cosmetically only needed 2 doors and a rim, i wouldve offered 1000 if it didnt damage the diff



Absolutely s**t house haha. Average 18 L per 100. 400km max on a tank with 1/3 driving in town around industrial drive. 31 inch??? haha massive tyres! so you'll just keep looking around i guess?

31s are small lol. Most people run 33 or 35 on their patrols. 31s are 1 size bigger than standard on most pajeros. I think the gls had 31s standard



oh s**t! hahaah how would they go on the highway? :D

 

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