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 Post subject: Re: WILDEB
Posted: Sun May 27, 2012 11:01 pm 
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dat a**

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Daily driver: AU2. 5 speed. 19" FG luxos. Full exhaust. Lowered. AU3 XR leather interior, converted to full power windows. 3.45 LSD. IN THE FUTURE: Tickford 6
Weekend driver: EA SVO AU motor. Built BTR. TCE 2800 stall. T76 turbo. Locked diff. On E85. approx 320rwkw. 11.5 @121mph

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 Post subject: Re: WILDEB
Posted: Wed May 30, 2012 7:54 pm 
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Daily driver: AU2. 5 speed. 19" FG luxos. Full exhaust. Lowered. AU3 XR leather interior, converted to full power windows. 3.45 LSD. IN THE FUTURE: Tickford 6
Weekend driver: EA SVO AU motor. Built BTR. TCE 2800 stall. T76 turbo. Locked diff. On E85. approx 320rwkw. 11.5 @121mph

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 Post subject: Re: WILDEB
Posted: Mon Jun 18, 2012 11:17 pm 
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fitted a 6000k HID kit. Straight plug in. Usually $275. Got it for $145. Handy having a brother who works at a auto parts store

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Daily driver: AU2. 5 speed. 19" FG luxos. Full exhaust. Lowered. AU3 XR leather interior, converted to full power windows. 3.45 LSD. IN THE FUTURE: Tickford 6
Weekend driver: EA SVO AU motor. Built BTR. TCE 2800 stall. T76 turbo. Locked diff. On E85. approx 320rwkw. 11.5 @121mph

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 Post subject: Re: WILDEB
Posted: Tue Jun 19, 2012 1:32 am 
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I thought you were thinking about selling it again, why spend the cash on the lights man? Unless you plan to remove them if you don't get the right price for the car?

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 Post subject: Re: WILDEB
Posted: Tue Jun 19, 2012 8:22 am 
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ToranaGuy wrote:
I thought you were thinking about selling it again, why spend the cash on the lights man? Unless you plan to remove them if you don't get the right price for the car?

Cheers

ToranaGuy


i decided to be smart about it. i have a small personal loan outstanding. pay it off. then think of either getting another. or save up. but then i won't have either two different debts. or just any debt in general

 

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Daily driver: AU2. 5 speed. 19" FG luxos. Full exhaust. Lowered. AU3 XR leather interior, converted to full power windows. 3.45 LSD. IN THE FUTURE: Tickford 6
Weekend driver: EA SVO AU motor. Built BTR. TCE 2800 stall. T76 turbo. Locked diff. On E85. approx 320rwkw. 11.5 @121mph

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 Post subject: Re: WILDEB
Posted: Tue Jun 19, 2012 1:15 pm 
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Where were you at the 2012 AFF Drag Nats?

And did some one edit your sig lol

 

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 Post subject: Re: WILDEB
Posted: Tue Jun 19, 2012 8:16 pm 
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DRHEMI wrote:
Where were you at the 2012 AFF Drag Nats?

And did some one edit your sig lol


are you kidding. one of the mods here must be mates with someone on boosted

 

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Daily driver: AU2. 5 speed. 19" FG luxos. Full exhaust. Lowered. AU3 XR leather interior, converted to full power windows. 3.45 LSD. IN THE FUTURE: Tickford 6
Weekend driver: EA SVO AU motor. Built BTR. TCE 2800 stall. T76 turbo. Locked diff. On E85. approx 320rwkw. 11.5 @121mph

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 Post subject: Re: WILDEB
Posted: Wed Jun 20, 2012 12:42 am 
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WILDEB wrote:
DRHEMI wrote:
Where were you at the 2012 AFF Drag Nats?

And did some one edit your sig lol


are you kidding. one of the mods here must be mates with someone on boosted



Thats a big call.

 

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 Post subject: Re: WILDEB
Posted: Wed Jun 20, 2012 1:47 am 
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This e series is one of the best examples floating around, body kit looks shmick too.
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 Post subject: Re: WILDEB
Posted: Wed Jun 20, 2012 8:09 am 
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RAPTOR_XR8 wrote:
This e series is one of the best examples floating around, body kit looks shmick too.


thanks man

 

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Daily driver: AU2. 5 speed. 19" FG luxos. Full exhaust. Lowered. AU3 XR leather interior, converted to full power windows. 3.45 LSD. IN THE FUTURE: Tickford 6
Weekend driver: EA SVO AU motor. Built BTR. TCE 2800 stall. T76 turbo. Locked diff. On E85. approx 320rwkw. 11.5 @121mph

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 Post subject: Re: WILDEB
Posted: Sat Jun 23, 2012 11:46 am 
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Well. I got a canary a few weeks back on the Queens birthday long weekend. 28 days, warning, no fine. Got pinned for too low, one tyre and a W/A. Tried to explain to the officer the car is legal height and he's measuring on uneven ground. Wouldn't listen. And the one tyre that was scrubbed was due to worn castor rod and lower control arm bushes which i had since replaced. And i had a W/A straight after that. Even had the receipt in the car. But Melbourne T.M.U cops are arrogant. So anyway, fitted 2 new Sonar 235/40R18 and got a W/A. Went to VicRoads Tuesday on my lunch break and they passed it, height was fine.

On the way home i come around a corner in second a bit hot, popped limiter a few time and BANG, looked out the back and a massive cloud of black smoke come out of the exhaust and it dies. I was like "f**k, what did i do, rocker gear? AUX shaft?" Popped the bonnet and there was coolant everywhere. Tried to start it, just popped and backfired. Had a quick look but had to call a workmate to pick me up.
I come back after work and it fired straight up, I had a look at hoses and found that it had split one of the gas converter coolant hoses and coated the coil, dizzy and plugs with water. The split was right at the end, so i cut the hose but it went directly onto the coil again. So it wouldn't start again.

Just as i had done that i get a call from my brother, a friend of his lives just 3 doors up from where it stopped. And not even 15mins before i got there someone attempted to break into the car. Drove up and back 3 times, pulled up, tried to open the car up and scoped it out. So when i heard that i called a tow truck and within 5 mins he was there and loading it up. So at about 7pm the car was at home and safe. Get a call from his friend again. The same car as before drove passed, they come back for a second try. So a car alarm is being fitted with shock and infrared sensors tomorrow.

Then the coil had dried up and fired up again. I was planning to replace the converter hoses the next day at work as they had gone soft. I went for a drive and on the way home "accidently" hit limiter again. Then the low coolant light come on. So i was near home so i got home as quick as possible before it overheated. It split that same converter hose again. So i had to get a lift to and from work the next day. Got some 5/8 and 3/4 hose and replace all converter hoses. Now it's only the two 10mm bypass hoses left that haven't been changed. Gunna do them this week.

the perks of living in Bendigo. I know the tow truck driver. $60 for a tow one way anywhere in Bendigo
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Daily driver: AU2. 5 speed. 19" FG luxos. Full exhaust. Lowered. AU3 XR leather interior, converted to full power windows. 3.45 LSD. IN THE FUTURE: Tickford 6
Weekend driver: EA SVO AU motor. Built BTR. TCE 2800 stall. T76 turbo. Locked diff. On E85. approx 320rwkw. 11.5 @121mph

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 Post subject: Re: WILDEB
Posted: Tue Jun 26, 2012 9:12 am 
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I'm back. After my 48 hour banning for no apparent reason.

Anyway, fitted a car alarm with keyless entry and shock sensor on Sunday night. Not taking any chances

 

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Daily driver: AU2. 5 speed. 19" FG luxos. Full exhaust. Lowered. AU3 XR leather interior, converted to full power windows. 3.45 LSD. IN THE FUTURE: Tickford 6
Weekend driver: EA SVO AU motor. Built BTR. TCE 2800 stall. T76 turbo. Locked diff. On E85. approx 320rwkw. 11.5 @121mph

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 Post subject: Re: WILDEB
Posted: Sun Jul 01, 2012 6:26 pm 
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I wouldn't be taking chances either man, and if you have the rego number of the car that was involved in trying to break into it, there are a few things you can do with that rego number ;-) .....

Cheers

ToranaGuy

 

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 Post subject: Re: WILDEB
Posted: Mon Jul 02, 2012 11:43 pm 
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Sold the old girl today for $4800 with rego. No roady. Moving onto something newer

 

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Daily driver: AU2. 5 speed. 19" FG luxos. Full exhaust. Lowered. AU3 XR leather interior, converted to full power windows. 3.45 LSD. IN THE FUTURE: Tickford 6
Weekend driver: EA SVO AU motor. Built BTR. TCE 2800 stall. T76 turbo. Locked diff. On E85. approx 320rwkw. 11.5 @121mph

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 Post subject: Re: WILDEB
Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2012 7:59 pm 
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I saw WILDEB today in my area, looks clean as
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