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    #51
    Leon: are those Watanabes or minilites on the MX-5?

    Had a 1984 AW11 MR2, sold it to Gar. Now looking at buying a 1985 SA22C RX-7 turbo (series 3) next year to add to the menagerie:

    1983 DR30 Skyline sedan


    1983 DR30 Skyline coupe


    1985 Laser TX3 4WD DOHC turbo


    1986 Laser TX3 FWD DOHC turbo


    1985 Laser TX3 FWD SOHC turbo

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    #52

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    #53
    up they go again...

    my rice producer



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    #54
    I need to take more photos.

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    #55
    Originally posted by Orion
    Leon: are those Watanabes or minilites on the MX-5?
    Technically neither ... they're a Japanese clone wheel so far as I can tell. The only marking on them is "BR". They're fairly common, and I have two sets. One was on my AE92 GT when I bought it, and the second set I purchased for about $100.

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    #56
    Originally posted by Gamma
    You used to have a red Prelude right Simon?
    Yeah... well, silver (red on the inside)

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    #57
    Originally posted by AnotherLeon
    Technically neither ... they're a Japanese clone wheel so far as I can tell. The only marking on them is "BR". They're fairly common, and I have two sets. One was on my AE92 GT when I bought it, and the second set I purchased for about $100.
    Ah yes, Black Racing wheels. Pity the only ones floating around always seem to be in FWD offset.

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    #58
    Suits me though, as they've been on my AE110 wagon, AE92 Sedan, and now onto the MX5, and potentially an EP82 Starlet as well. I just need to find another set of them, and all will be well in my wheel collection.

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    #59



    the many faces of drifto
    The wheels on the bus go round and round, round and round, round and round.

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    #60
    My subaru legacy and dads c230k merc





    lol radiation

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    #61
    Originally posted by TETSU69


    I knew it! How much were the wheels on it? It was the non power steering model? What size tyres did you have on the front? Just curious as to how you had it set up.
    Yep, non power steering. I don't like 944's power steering.

    The wheels were 17x7.5 front 17x9 rear. I had Hancook 225's front and 255's rear. It worked really really well in the dry but on the track in the wet I felt it aquaplaned a little, I think the tyres might have been too wide for the weight of the car. On the road I never had any trouble though.

    It cost me $2200 for the wheels and tyres brand new and fitted from magwharehouse which I thought was a good deal.

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    #62
    My E30 race series car in the build, still a while off being finished.

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    #63
    currently sitting in the garage on axle stands without any undercarrage, having new adjustable suspension and urethane bushes going in.

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    #64
    3.

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    #65
    heres mine...

    nothing too speical






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    #66
    Stagea!




    Gloria+Stagea

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    #67
    Originally posted by Sp00k


    spends more time in pieces than on the track

    im too hard on it
    Des ya bitch!!!

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    #68
    Stagea looks hot, shame about the slushbox :<

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    #69
    r33 manual box and etc if thats your fancy.

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    The wheels on the bus go round and round, round and round, round and round.

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    #71
    Well im not a racer... But im proud of my recently brought Toyota Celica. Its my 2nd car ive owned now. Sold my old Mazda and got this for $2200. 123,000k's and resprayed roof. Its got nice bucket seats and i wanted a nice sound to it, so i brought a POD filter which sounds nice! especially with the exhaust, suprisngly grunty yay's... Oh yah, and new hubcaps :P lawls.



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    #72
    Here's mine, it's a 1988 Ford Sierra Sapphire Cosworth RS for most of you who won't know what it is.












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    #73
    Originally posted by icey
    r33 manual box and etc if thats your fancy.
    If you want to spend $2k+ on a gearbox...

    Anyway, here's my U13 that I still haven't sold





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    #74
    Seriously snow, LOVE your car. They're brilliantly styled cuboids

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    #75
    lol snapped

    hey GorGasm