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Old 03-02-2010   #46
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Honestly, ghetto-piping brake ducting don't work too well and look hideous. Have you thought about panel ducting to channel the air like Porsches do? A lot cleaner and work better (rather than limited to the cross-sectional area of the hoses/collecting grime/shit/rats/dirt/oil, etc.)
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Old 03-02-2010   #48
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OF course it will help. May not work as well as an entire ducting panel, but it is 1000 times better than nothing.

An actual panel may be put on if I find one. But I'm in school right now, so money isn't plentiful
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Old 03-02-2010   #49
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roflmao allan strikes back in tourrette.



I'm working on some air ducting/panels. in FG or CF of course...
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Old 03-02-2010   #50
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allan fails at e-tourettes.
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Old 03-11-2010   #51
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Well I'm gonna try to get brake lines cheap. And I still need brakes. And a rad.

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Old 03-17-2010   #52
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tonights' progress





NEW EXHAUST:






removed some ac, lots of weight, stock drivers seat, im beat
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Old 03-17-2010   #53
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How do your like those side mirrors?
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Old 03-18-2010   #54
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They are functional
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They are functional
Can they still flip inward when pushed manually (obviously no remote function like stock I'm guessing)
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They fold in yes, and the mirror itself is power.
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Oh, hello. Didn't see u there.

This is the thread for my GTR. I do all the work myself. Except the tunic. Because I haven't done that yet. I live just outside Calgary AB. My only gtr friend has moved away.


So my gtr started out as any other. Then came to Canada and destroyed an engine because AutoDream sucks at tuning. Then it got bought by some dipshit dumbshits in coalhurst AB(4xToys, they are retarded when it comes to gtr's, who knows what else). They put in a new engine. This is where I bought it. I drove it home (350km). Then around like normal for a few weeks(adding 250km). Then the engine blew! That's #2.. It took me 3 months to put 600 km on it. Because shit kept fucking up. At 100 km intervals. Wether it was coolant pissing, or turbos pissing or things coming off because 4xToys left out all the bolts that were hard to get at. Bunch of idiots. Anyway.
Hi, My name is Nguyen, I own AutoDream and I was the one that install an and tuned an Autronic SM4 into that car, The customer drove that car perfectly fine for a long time without any problem. He bump into a guy name fidel, that was working with Vex performance from Reddeer that had promise to retune the car and it will make a lot more power. after a long time of the car being there, the customer called me and ask if I would retune his car if he tows it back to Calgary. I told him yeah, I don't have any reason to be mad at him for bringing his car to another shop hopping to make it better. so a few weeks later the car came on a flat bed, not idling very well, rod knock like crazy. so we went to diagnose the cause, what we found was, there was more gas in the oil than oil itself. We told him there is nothing we can do to help him when the engine was damage. he towed the car home and started to part it out, so he can pay off the loan that he had on the car. What do you think we could of done better for this car? by the way the customer that used to own this car, his name is Austin.
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cool story bro
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