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Posted by MIQ on 08 March 2016 - 08:12 PM
You get me
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Posted by MIQ on 11 January 2016 - 12:27 PM
1, to be in early 20's and live with your mum
2, have a brand new top of the range VAG on finance
3, have air ride on finance
4, have vossen wheels on finance
5, have a ICE install on finance
6, have homosexual relations with 1 or more of the organizers
That completes my list LOL
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Posted by JamesBaby on 03 December 2013 - 03:36 PM
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Posted by Anakin on 25 March 2013 - 08:32 PM
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Posted by cuprabob on 21 November 2015 - 12:55 PM
your 'Winter Fuel’ cheque wisely:
* If you spend the money at Asda or Tesco, the money will go to Gibraltar,
Ireland & Luxemburg
*If you spend it on Amazon your money will go Lichtenstein
*If you spend it on ebay your money will go to Ireland
* If you spend it on petrol your money will go to the Arabs
* If you purchase a computer it will go to India, Taiwan or China
* If you purchase fruit and vegetables it will go to Kenya, Spain or Morocco
* If you spend it in your corner “Asian mini-mart” no tax will be paid, it
will be used in drug deals and eventually will be conveyed to Pakistan in a
large suitcase to fund terrorism.
* If you spend it on “cheap” cigs it will end up in Romania or Bulgaria
* If you give it to Oxfam 20% only will go abroad and 80% will remain in the
hands of the administrators, who will spend it on fact finding missions to
Cayman Islands, Thailand & Mauritius.
* If you buy a foreign car it will go to Japan,Germany, France, India
* If you buy a British car it will go to Japan, Germany or India.
* If you pay off your credit cards or buy shares, it will go to management
bonuses and they will hide it offshore
Instead, keep the money in the UK by:
1. Spending it at car boot sales
2. Going to night clubs
3. Spending it on call girls
4. Buying cider, beer or scotch
5. Getting yourself a tattoo
6. Visiting a bookie
(These are the only UK businesses still operating in the U.K. )
Go to a night club with a tattooed call girl that you met at a car boot sale
and drink beer day and night !
It’s the patriotic thing to do.bgrin.gif
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Posted by MIQ on 22 January 2014 - 06:34 PM
Right all, not sure if its been discussed before or not but just posting to see if anyone else feels the same about how they drive their car....
My car is driven daily to work and back, weekends are mostly spent cleaning followed by a nice slow drive around since its so clean. Since owning the car i have not once redlined it, infact ive not even gone over 5k revs. Its the same with how i corner in the car, nothing is excessive.
I also follow every speed limit by the book, as soon as the speed limit changes, i drop/increase my speed (learnt my lesson from previous points) The quickest ive done in the r32 is 70 mph !! i did more in my Golf SDI beforehand (thats where the points come from ha ha)
Don't get me wrong, my last car, which was a quarter of the power of my R32 was driven a lot harder, but still never redlined, for some reason i just cant bring myself to thrash my car. it was for me, purely bought for the sound, how it looks and how rare they are in comparison to other cars out there.
Whats everyone else's view ?
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Posted by PaulW on 26 November 2013 - 06:36 PM
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Posted by SplitPersonality on 11 November 2012 - 10:34 PM
You then decide, you know what? I'll leave it off for another 20, when I'll then hit the motorway and the engine noise won't be as entertaining.
Good night R32 and god bless.
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Posted by SIMNO-44 on 02 July 2015 - 04:57 PM
As I steps out of my car machine I am greeted by a damsel in distress on the phone to her bell of a husband who is attempting to instruct his fine lady to get down and dirty with a puncture on 18 inch cast alloys.
I says "fear not fair lady.. I'm a Greece monkey.. Open your compartments and show me your goods." (No I actually did)
As one proceeds to change damsels tyre I am hooted and disrupted by a buffoon in an *iv got a big ego machine.*
"Move" I am instructed abruptly.
"Your legs and tools are in the bay I want"
One doesn't reply and allows buffoon to continue his merry ranting and hooting as damsel bids a hasty retreat to the safe sanctuary of the bread Isle.
As the buffoon begins to get red faced and puffy over the developing situation I achieve my goal.. Remove the stricken tyre And replace it with its spare.
Before informing damsel of the good news I am keen to assess the stricken wheel and upon doing so I find a nice chunky screw embedded deep witch I remove and gently place on the floor behind me.
Buffon pulls in at speed narrowly avoiding my feet slams his big man door and proceeds stomping in the direction of the shop that I later discover has run out of his choice of cigarets... Nawww poor love.
One then goes about my day.. Damsel pleased and off on her new journey to beat her bell husband to a pulp. My choice of cheese is successful and on return to my car machine I note that the screw I placed to the curb side has since been displaced/removed/vacated..
A few moments later I pass the afore mentioned buffoon... Road side.. Now in the rain tending to what would appear to be..... a puncture on his big ego machine.
Ahhhhh. Today... Was a good day.
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Posted by Wayne on 08 March 2013 - 08:06 PM
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Posted by cuprabob on 21 December 2012 - 06:22 PM
At least you're ok, at the end of the day it's just metal plastic and rubber , you're the important bit
Reminds me of an incident many years ago when I dropped a bike and put my leg underneath it to protect the fairing. I was told "you could have broke your leg" to which I replied " those fairing panels are £500 but I can get my leg fixed for free on the NHS":-)
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Posted by JamesBaby on 25 August 2012 - 10:00 PM
Get a mint mk4 mate. Say goodbye to lifeless steering, turbo lag, and, unless you have buckets, awful standard seats.
Say hello to V6 roar, sumptuous road feel and driving experience, unique standout styling, and mod heaven with your wallet as your only limit.
Oh and the best forum, with great folk who love their cars and love helping others.
Get the car to drive, not to store in a garage. Don't keep it shiny for when you sell it, or to leave in a will when you get run over by a bus. Keep it shiny cos it's yours, and you'll be dammed if you are letting it go before its got 200k on it.
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Posted by Oliver73 on 07 September 2015 - 07:25 PM
I get there, and the nice lady greets me, and puts me in the meeting room while we wait for the other guy doing the interview to turn up. I'm alone in this room for a few minutes, and sure enough the guy appears. We say hello etc and have a bit of a chat, until he asks "Is that your golf outside?" (the r32 was parked outfront clean and shiny) to which I reply "yeah!" and he says "aww! I have a mk1 gti!!!" and a VW conversation ensues!
I started today
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Posted by Dazm on 21 July 2014 - 09:49 PM
Seen many mk4 R32 pop flames in videos. So I was just wondering how theydo it. Some have turbos and some have remaps. Well mine has a stage 1 remap with 257bhp. Full milltek straight thru with high sports flow. Anyone know how I could be able to pop flames and bang bang bang!!!
Shame the OC is going this way...........
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Posted by cuprabob on 07 June 2014 - 06:47 PM
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Posted by climiefish on 12 March 2016 - 11:54 AM
Due to a influx of work contracts I have been working abroad most of 2016 and not had a moment to touch the 6R32T project.
But I had a nice message last night the turbo manifold was finished.....and boy what an awesome piece of work....cant wait to see it for real.
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Posted by Tejinder on 11 December 2015 - 06:55 PM
Some pics from Shakey
and all the all important timing slip!
NEW PERSONAL BEST! Managed a email@example.com pass on only 12.5psi and 400bhp. I was over the moon! Couldn't believe my home made intercooler and other small tweaks made such a big difference
Theres plenty more to come in the future as I have all the parts I need to go for more power.
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Posted by Michelle on 07 July 2015 - 09:29 AM
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