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Old 15-03-2013, 09:36 PM   #1
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Cnt mind this fellas name??

Jst a big thanks 2 a fella I got an apexi air filter from in belfast the other day works a treat cnt mind his name tho he drives a mnp r33??
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Old 15-03-2013, 11:00 PM   #2
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gav likely
Only MNP R33 gtst i know of
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Old 15-03-2013, 11:54 PM   #3
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Think it was hav gav u call him
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Old 16-03-2013, 12:35 AM   #4
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Daryl stick some pics of yours up
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Will get sum pics up ASAP m8 I'm hopeless with computers and that u frm up the same part of the country as me smurf ??
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Yes sir and be in port most weekends
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Old 16-03-2013, 11:26 AM   #7
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No bother jst sum1 was sayin ur frm round this part prob saw my skyline about il hav sum pics up hopefully l8r on get the misses 2do it 4 I havnt a clue lol
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The smurf can't get enough of the port after.....'the incident' a lot of years ago, lol

So now its coming to spring, who is still a active owner up north ? Rollcall! Lol
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So now its coming to spring, who is still a active owner up north ? Rollcall! Lol
Was hoping to have mine ready for the usual easter run up the north coast, but bloody american postage speeds on parts have slowed me down no end prob going till be may when i get her back on the road again at this rate
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Bad job lad. What ya waitin on. Richard is off to NewZealand for 2 weeks tomorrow, my car gets its front entry plenum etc as soon as he returns.

Off topic, but does anyone find when don't drive the car ya tend to want to start buying random stuff. Not took the 34 out in 3 weeks and dying with the flu this weekend has me wanting to buy somethin for it... Doh.
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Bad job lad. What ya waitin on. Richard is off to NewZealand for 2 weeks tomorrow, my car gets its front entry plenum etc as soon as he returns.

Off topic, but does anyone find when don't drive the car ya tend to want to start buying random stuff. Not took the 34 out in 3 weeks and dying with the flu this weekend has me wanting to buy somethin for it... Doh.
just a load of stupid things that the build cant really move on any further until theyre here waiting on my greddy fuel rail, new fuel pressure reg, fittings for the nos, and a set of acl race bearings that have been on back order for what seems like an eternity!!! At least by the time that lot arrives Ricardo will have returned and we can get things moving with it at last

lol i know exactly what you mean, after ordering the rest of the bits from america i had the couple of months wages sitting and was at a loss what to do with it, ended up buying a rollcage, db power 356mm front and 324mm rear brake conversion, triple plate hks cutch, full carbon gtr spoiler, set of clear nismo side repeaters and a random piece of carbon boot trim lol i swear the thing costs me more money when its sitting in the garage than it does when im actually on the road driving the dam thing!

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yup. super unleaded and rear tires. or fancy F'n boot trim lol. has ya both ways lol

Richard reckons my fuel rail and regulator will be ok, there standard items. but I have seen it mentioned I must admit on here that aftermarket items are required, what you think ? for this plenum fitting. I am happy enough to go with Richards word but want a quick turnaround on this mod not to wait on more parts

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standard rail and reg are more than up to the job of 500bhp, im just going with the greddy rail as im going top feed injectors plus if im totally honest the bling factor was well up there when i was making the decision what to do with the fuelling side of things, esp on front entry plenums top feed rails look the nuts
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I think the 34 has top feed ones anyway.

few us on here up north be good to get a run sometime. cruise for cancer in summer on coast road is usually nice. went last year. had fun with the antilag in the 33 when appropriately the convoy came to a standstill right beside some s****y golf course with a few boys trying to putt...lol
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Old 16-03-2013, 04:25 PM   #15
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Cnt wait 4 Easter Sunday round the ports hav mine in 4 mot nxt sat so hopefully sail thru that and hav her bak on the road again
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