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ano last won the day on January 22

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    Famagusta, Cyprus
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    1ZZ - Rotrex'd

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  1. What did you drive before your Celica?

    1999-2005 -Toyota Corolla (1977) - family car from new, was in mint condition, all original, totaled while it was parked by an unknown most probably drunk idiot. 2005-2008 -Toyota Carina E (1995) - family car from new. V. good condition, still in family. 2008-now -Toyota Celica (2000) - imported from UK in sorry condition. Now sits in mint condition. 2016-now -Land Rover Discovery Sport (2016) - Bought new, in as new condition.
  2. Tyres and spacers advice

    Kev 16v: Nah, it is not there since i cannot remember for how long. I do have the bracket and the intercooler installed though, these may help Kobir: Not sure whether 18x8.5 rims affect road noise, but Continental Premium Comfort 6 are bloody noisy. They are excellent in grip and handling though. Previously I had Linglongs that were soooo lovely quiet for 4 years but i had no confidence testing the rest.
  3. Tyres and spacers advice

    215/45 are perfect for your rims, mine were having the same spec. Regarding acceleration you won't notice a thing, it is a placebo effect. I moved to 225/40/18 and the acceleration is still there. The only difference is the harsher ride. Now about the spacers, you won't need any tbh, maybe 5-10mm on the rear, but leaving them as is you ll be more than fine.
  4. Happy 8 Anniversary ano!

  5. Happy Birthday ano!

  6. Happy 7 Anniversary ano!

  7. Happy Birthday ano!

  8. Happy Anniversary ano!

  9. Well over 15k with the 6k laying arround. Those will add another 3k on the account when installed.
  10. Happy Birthday ano!