What did you do to your car today?

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    Helped a friend pull his fueltank out of his Fiero so we could replace the fuel pump and fix the sender unit, its a pain of a job but its not so bad when talking gobshite and downing coffee's

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    Yea that channel I linked you ages ago showed restoring one, looks worse than an mr2

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    Triple_S wrote:
    Also picked up a new car



    Nice looking wagon? Why did you pick a Saab?

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    Havent had one, and its bloody nice, and bloody rapid.

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    Love me a good saab, Bloody nice car dude

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    Nice. I do like me a new driving experience. I'm in my first euro at the mo (volvo v50) and love it. It's not fast, but it's still a really nice car to drive. Comfy and handles fantastic.

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    Ssv shat itself this morning currently waiting for a tow truck

    Was running fine then check engine light came on, now it won’t crank over. I’d imagine it’s possibly the crank or o2 sensor but should find out tomorrow how serious of an issue it is.

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    Got started blocking up some holes for air to escape on BMW
    Taking it in to work to get some ducting to pick up the air going under the radiator out of stainless
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    Also that ally tape is ****ing sharp

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    Has anyone noticed the drop in price on V11 STIs?

    Weighing up selling my 335i Wagon to swap for the hatch.... thoughts?

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    Nothing wrong with them.

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    Gleshlich wrote:
    Has anyone noticed the drop in price on V11 STIs?

    Weighing up selling my 335i Wagon to swap for the hatch.... thoughts?
    Do it

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    Triple_S wrote:
    Havent had one, and its bloody nice, and bloody rapid.
    Always like Saab's too - what are the specs on it?

    The Swedish Meatball got a good detailing today. Got some R Design tyre valve caps, so should make it haul a bit quicker Put on the Wipertech blades too, so will see how they go - 1 year warranty, so any streaking within that time and I'll be doing a Mofozilla and getting them replaced.

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    ludez wrote:
    Do it
    Oh, agreed! Go Subie!

    What are you driving this week ludez?

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    Frederick James wrote:
    Oh, agreed! Go Subie!

    What are you driving this week ludez?
    Same as i have been for awhile nothings changed

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    Took the 86 out of the garage, re-applied the ceramic spray on stuff (CMX?), took it up the coast for a workmate's baby shower.

    Was going to take it up to Manfeild to watch the MG Classic race meeting today. But decided that it was too quiet and capable.

    So I took the Toyota Schitz up there instead, to add lots of road noise, nervous darting around the road, and general fear that the car might not make it there and back. It did, and I had fun.

    As a bonus I can run the Schitz on the mix of 91 and 95 (straight 91 gives it a bit of a low revs pink), so I could put petrol in it for $2.07 compared to the $2.52 or whatever BP Ultimate costs.

    Starting to think I've done my dash in the 86 now after 5 years. I pretty much don't drive it any more, I just wash it, and put it under a car cover, in the garage.

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    Frederick James wrote:
    Always like Saab's too - what are the specs on it?
    2.8 V6 turbo, 290hp tune, 6spd auto, fwd, sticky 235 wide tyres, bilsteins and goes hard. Not so quick from a standstill, but once rolling when you get on the gas it doesn't hang around.

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    Went and did some skids.

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    Also did some skids.

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    Damn that's a cool little track where is that?

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    whitby

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    Coffeeshop wrote:
    whitby
    Ooh I googled it. Quite far away Who ran that event?

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    south auckland car club

    Uh i meant whitford

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    Whitby near Porirua?

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    Galent wrote:
    Whitby near Porirua?
    Nope, not that Whitby!

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    Coffeeshop wrote:
    south auckland car club

    Uh i meant whitford
    Oh haha I was thinking im sure you live in Auck, you go a long way for events