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Old 06-Aug-2013, 04:46 PM
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Picked this car up early on this year...
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Old 06-Aug-2013, 04:48 PM
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And got stuck in to building it into a drift car.....

Some of the spec
Bc Coilovers
Extra lock
Drift works rad
Exedy super single clutch
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Also have a 4:1 fitted and poly bushed all round
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Mondello this Friday is gonna be it 1st day out can't wait
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You got pics up in the end, good man. She looks very agrresive. I love it! Any vids of her sideways etc yet?
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You got pics up in the end, good man. She looks very agrresive. I love it! Any vids of her sideways etc yet?
I did lad...is ther any way to up load a couple at the same time in the one post? Ya it's after growing on me...hated the colour when I got it and hadn't the bobs to paint it so I said I'd go all black and didnt turn out to bad....beleave it or not lad she hasn't even been side ways yet....Friday won't be long sorting that thoug
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I did lad...is ther any way to up load a couple at the same time in the one post? Ya it's after growing on me...hated the colour when I got it and hadn't the bobs to paint it so I said I'd go all black and didnt turn out to bad....beleave it or not lad she hasn't even been side ways yet....Friday won't be long sorting that thoug

Yeah just copy the link for the pic, then when posting just hit the add pic icon, copy the link into the box provided and then repeat as needed.

I'd say ya can't wait! Loving the black. Any plans for the rear arches?
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That's a lot different now than the car I drove earlier in the year!
Turned out great!

Is it a exedy clutch on its own you have or is it a hyper single clutch and flywheel?
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Getting the rear arches rolled 2moro eve and gona go a bit lower on rear, prob later down the line then get the same as the front... Just want to drive it now getting a bit bored wit spending money on it...
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That's a lot different now than the car I drove earlier in the year!
Turned out great!

Is it a exedy clutch on its own you have or is it a hyper single clutch and flywheel?
Thanks lad...ya clutch and flywheel lad..ther ment to be a good bit of kit....we'll see Friday
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