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4jw

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About 4jw

  • Rank
    Accelerating
  • Birthday 22/10/1991

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Shepperton
  • Interests
    coaching sports, keeping fit, eating fitter and of course, modifying cars!
  • Model
    2000 Sports M

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  1. Happy 2 Anniversary 4jw!

  2. Happy Birthday 4jw!

  3. "BHP Loss"

    hp i think is a little redudant to spectulate for our cars. there's not really that much! servicing regularly(moreso if youre smashing it) keeps it from loosing as fast but celicas are actually light cars which go well for handling. someone told me we are lighter than the integra and those things handle really well. i kept up with them on tracks with my sports m and our cars take corners well. not amazingly for straights so no need to worry about hp if the car is working and well maintained. just enjoy the corners!
  4. New brakes!

    Yh, that's the hardcore way of doing it. Works for me, You just need a lot of runway! Your's are bigger but I still welcome you to the yellow club mate. Good work with your car
  5. New brakes!

    if you want to do it properly like a race car: find a long dual carriage way or motorway at NIGHT. Accelerate to 70mph then brake all the way to 15mph, then soon at you're there accelerate again to 60mph and back down to 15mph and so on until you accelerate from 20 to 10. at that point, just get back to 70 and drive normally to let it COOL ( TRY NOT TO TOUCH THE BRAKE FOR THE NEXT 5-10 MINUTES). Doing this will run your pads and disc in 1 go and leaves a fine layer of pad material on the disc which will also help breaking. repeat a second time if necessary and just to confirm that the brakes are really doing it for you! PS: try to do that after 50 miles just to get rid of the coating on the discs first.
  6. upon installation of c-one coilovers, i plan to sell the stock gt setup. when i compress the rears, the shocks make a funny noise like that of air slipping out of a coke bottle which has been shaken. does this mean the dampers need replacing? they return to hieght with pace and no lag is that helps.
  7. Happy 1 Anniversary 4jw!

  8. new sparco corsas atop bride ro subframes accompanied by takara 3" 46 point harnesses
  9. Never been stopped for my decat and straight through. Been stopped for everything else under the sun tho...
  10. Never too loud! It's like saying you agree to much or I won't like anymore for free, absurd!
  11. Made sense that the oe optimized for city driving and also proves the lack of kick moving from SRI to oe box
  12. what do you guys think? he's a clever lad and ive learnt a hell of a lot from him. comprehensive answer to which intake? http://www.carthrottle.com/engineering-explained-cold-air-intakes-vs-short-ram-intakes/
  13. chassis bolts hole

    Screw it, I was never a fan of the stock seats anyway! I've opted for welding on some new subframes to make way for aftermarket seats. What can a driver side GT seat fetch? Also, to save distress, I am aware I need a 3x4 metal plate to weld to the chassis before welding that to the subframes.