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Just wondered what sort of plans people have for their cars next year when the weather is better ?? I am looking at making my truck quicker and to have all the body work done and it be painted.
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Thu Nov 27, 2014 13:12
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:-k .... @7, my CAT will no doubt bail on me...

I'm looking to go - downpipe [flange] CAT [flange] tail end.

Even a slightly greater dia. CAT will be a freeup :P


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Thu Nov 27, 2014 15:05
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oo now theres a question
probably just keep fixing 'doggy doos' as and when it breaks
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supraking wrote:
oo now theres a question
probably just keep fixing 'doggy doos' as and when it breaks


That sounds about right LOL :oops:

If all goes well with service and MOT march
I quite fancy a double din touch screen head unit like the pioneer app radio :smt020

Other than that just fit a new alloy induction pipe to finish off my works inspired carbon filter and finish off the grounding cable set up.

If i get chance i want to fit the remote boot popper (got all the kit just havent had time to fit)
and maybe some DRL's
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Thu Nov 27, 2014 15:56
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Where to start haha

New front and rear bumper
Body work tidied up including black trims
New Alloys (if i ever decide on a set)
Fitting the large amount "roundtoit" parts i've collected this year
False floor audio upgrade
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Thu Nov 27, 2014 18:09
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Finish of all the jobs on my new 3 that have not been done, got a page full of half finished things to sort out................
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Thu Nov 27, 2014 20:19
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At the minute I will be concentrating on keeping the focus roadworthy. As much as I would love something else (as per all the discussions at Japshow about me buying the red jumbuck lol) finances dictate that I have to be sensible ffs
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That'll be:

Buy or get made New Cams...
Head Work...
New Exhaust Manifold...
Fuel Pump, Injectors, Rail etc as required...
Fit DTAFast S60 ECU and Loom (add launch, traction, full throttle gear change if I have time and money)
Engine Dyno...

Fit Coiiovers...
Set-up Camber etc..
Corner Weight Car...

But not necessarily in that order...
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Might get my mrs to do some airbrush work on my impian to tart it up a bit... Especially where it needs paintwork, but probably interior panels as well. (Shhhh she doesn't know she's doing it yet! Lol) She has an air brush company so it's all good :)

Other than that... Service it and learn more about the car as can't find much info about it anywhere! Maybe a few subtle things like panel filter etc as they need replacing anyway...
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Try and replace my current half size Honda Civic rad for a full size mk3 golf one.
Get it mapped, hope for 460bhp at 1.5bar, break it, bin it :roll:
AWD GTI 4G63 250 BHP@4985 rpm 281 ft/lbs but not for long .....


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Already undertaking modifying some Gti arches to fit to the coupe with a little difference - plan is to modify so that fit with the existing coupe skirts and rub strips also coupe rear bumper and existing c-west front. Also going to work on an evo 4 rear air dam (rear skirt) that along with the arches will be black , not body colour. Momo wheels need a tidy up and recolour which is looking to be along the lines of R3's Neo bronze.

Fit the whiteline anti lift kit together with the HKS adjustable top mounts so will need an alignment setup.

Would be a shame not to get the water/meth setup running correctly so need to look again at nozzle sizing again. Would love another dyno setup , but will depend on funds as the tempt of 250hp is a very mad temptation considering the unique install. :-D

Not forgetting most probably giving Nige a hand on his wicked "bionic gti" as I've called it :-D some unique touches going on that machine to chase Ferrari's again. :-D
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bakersone wrote:
Try and replace my current half size Honda Civic rad for a full size mk3 golf one.
Get it mapped, hope for 460bhp at 1.5bar, break it, bin it :roll:




Rofl Paul on the last bit :smt005
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yeah love that last bit :)

glad to hear nige has found abit of passion for his gti
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I want to get a set of cobra sebring pro fit seats with black takata harness. Also by end of year ile have coil on plugs
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Rebuild and refit the forged lump.
Uprated actuator for 20g.
Paint the front end in Gti silver.
5 stud conversion/ 320mm Brembo's.
Greddy 60mm gauges/triple pod.
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