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Re: Aussie cops
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Well back to cars then it's a car forum... there was a few bad accidents in nsw one with a P player with a car load of friends and his girlfriend that was pregnant and they all past away and that happened as they were trying to pass the laws, not to mention it was one of the fastest r34 skylines in Australia at the time and he was borrowing it from daddy, that happened about 300m down the road from my house they hit a telegraph pole at 200 estimated and tore the car in two. There was pieces of his friends that landed two doors down from my house and they ran out of plastic to cover them up, pain for P platers but there for a reason.

Posted on: 2017/6/3 6:55
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Re: Aussie cops
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Yeah in nsw the rules are heaps more strict than qld can't speak for the rest of the states... L drivers can drive what ever they're being taught in because it's the licenced driver that's teaching them that get in the sh*t for them.

Posted on: 2017/6/2 5:37
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Re: Aussie cops
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Provisional driver, you have to get ur learners first then u get ur red P's for 12 months then ur green P's for two years b4 getting ur full licence...on ur reds u can only do 90km/h and green is 100 and there are huge restrictions on what car u can get like no turbo skylines etc...

Posted on: 2017/6/1 23:51
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Re: Clockwise or counterclockwise weber carb?
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The repo's are u get what u pay for, they are roughly finished compared to genuine ones. I put a repo on a friends gemini and it would never run right even after re-jetting it twice so I got the sh*ts with it pulled it of and stripped it and found the cast was porous in a section causing it to run lean on idle... he only got 75% of his money back due to the seller saying it was now secondhand even though it was a casting fault... not saying that would happen with all but he then bought a genuine one and it purrs now and goes heaps better than standard. My 2c

Posted on: 2017/5/31 3:14
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Does anyone have a set of ute seats?
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Hi guys just chasing a set of ute seats to get mine back to standard? If anyone has some feel free to post or inbox me with price and location, I'm on central coast nsw.... cheers Corey

Posted on: 2017/5/11 23:21
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Re: Fuel Tank Problem
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Could be a problem with the right foot 😉

Posted on: 2017/5/11 10:56
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Re: billet head --not 1200
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And the awesome manifold setup they made for it, work of art...

Posted on: 2017/5/11 10:49
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Re: billet head --not 1200
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Looks like great gear but would be $$$$

Posted on: 2017/5/10 22:55
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Chasing an A14
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Hey guys just chasing an a14 that I chuck in the old girl? Help appreciated

Posted on: 2017/2/5 8:34
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Re: Will these Hayashi Wheels fit?
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My ute had 17's on when I got it with spacers and used to rub if cornering hard on tight turns... I put 15's on it not long after getting it and tried 13's but preferred the 15's personally and they fit with no issues but it just depends on when u have to register it if it's legal.

Posted on: 2015/12/8 20:28
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