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slybunda

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slybunda last won the day on November 8 2018

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About slybunda

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    Turbocharged
  • Birthday 08/03/1980

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  • Location
    Coventry
  • Model
    VVTL-i 184

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  1. im with ESTHAR_CITY on this one, as he said if your selling it for 900 quid then all your going to pocket is 900 quid. from that level of savings my deductive powers say you was on minimum wage and its gone up for everyone lol in this market if you sell a good celica now its gonna be mega hard to find another good one if you ever decide to come back. but if its a shed then its all well and said...
  2. popping and banging pisses me off. i was slowing down for traffic lights and heard pops and bangs and thought it was my car broken down since i could feel the vibrations of the pops and bangs. turns out to be a audi a3 next to me. complete chav.
  3. this is just to stop chavs using bee stinger exhausts or drilled out back boxes. a good thing actually if it clamps down motorcycles which i find to be the noisiest on the road.
  4. If its a gen7 you got then 250 to a tank is not a weight saving problem. I get 350 plus miles to a full tank thats with me and 2 others in the car. And i weight 150kg alone. Unless you got a super charger on it somethings not right. Then again if your giving it the beans non stop the your doing rather well. Lol
  5. Rear hatch weighs a lot. When i replaced the hatch struts i was really surprised to see how heavy it was to lift.
  6. something doesnt seem right with your exhaust. it seems to take a different path than mine does.
  7. If its not doing anything out of the ordinary then a good service with all filters oil power steering flush new aux belt etc will see it set for years to come.
  8. whats wrong with it that it needs a good looking over? unless any specific problem anyone will "take a look" and charge you monies.
  9. What was the cost of the parts?
  10. 021 battery? Which car do you have gen 7 celica?
  11. Change that interior bulb to led. Uses less energy. Is brighter so you can easily see its turned on and wont generate the heat onto your slaphead. Lol Hopefully battery charges up fine
  12. I did mine on the driveway. Wire brush some sand paper and rust converter and paint brushes and spray can of zinc paint. The result: To Cost around 40 quid for all the gear 7 quid extra for the cavity wax. All done in one day. Would have gone far faster if my cordless drill worked. Had twist knot attachment that i never got to make use of. Also just found out they do rust converter in a spray can. So would be even faster to do and you dont need brushes.
  13. Drove on 4 studs when i broke mine. No issues. My fiesta came with 4 studs as standard.
  14. If you have a new subframe and the bits coming in then you dont need a restoration place to work on the car. Any garage is capable of swapping bits over even kwik fit. If you wanted your old subframe restored then yes you need a decent place to do the job or can be done yourself. I did mine while jacked up on the driveway.
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