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ano last won the day on November 4 2018

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  1. ano

    Car share with a friend?

    I never share my car, actually nobody else drives my car
  2. ano

    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.
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    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.
  4. ano

    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.
  5. ano

    Happy 8 Anniversary ano!

  6. Happy Birthday ano!

  7. ano

    Happy 7 Anniversary ano!

  8. Happy Birthday ano!

  9. ano

    Happy Anniversary ano!

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