darin — 2003-08-06T01:19:25-04:00 — #1
Please be honest, no use in making up stuff.
My daily driver is a 2002 Pontiac Sunfire Sedan. On Friday's and weekends I pull out the 2003 Range Rover.
So, what kind of car(s) do you drive?
hillsy — 2003-08-06T01:20:35-04:00 — #2
I don't. Yes, someone who lives in Canada and doesn't have a car
mike — 2003-08-06T01:25:33-04:00 — #3
1989 Chystler Dynasty.
jeff_lange — 2003-08-06T01:28:27-04:00 — #4
1988 Toyota Supra Turbo Targa, I have pics and stuff, it's been modified, has about 300hp now.
Edit: If someone wants me to post them, just ask
mike — 2003-08-06T01:36:48-04:00 — #5
cam — 2003-08-06T01:40:38-04:00 — #6
The owner of the Maccas where I work drives a Supra, a bit newer than that but
I currently drive a 1989 Suzuki Sierra but a mates girlfriends wants to buy thats (I think) and I also have (work in progress) a 1989 Subaru L Series which I am in the process of putting a lift kit, bigger wheels on and giving it a bit of a power boost with a EA92 turbo engine with AWD dual-range gearbox, but only a 3.7 ratio
Won't be the quickest car around but it'll be able to hold it's own just nicely
platinum — 2003-08-06T01:40:39-04:00 — #7
post the pics
I own a VL N/A at the moment and am desperately trying to buy a VL Calais Turbo, if someone wants to donate a few grand to make up the difference PM me lol
See pictures of these awesome machines HERE
cam — 2003-08-06T01:41:38-04:00 — #8
Silly duffa driving Holdens.... :xeye:
mike — 2003-08-06T01:42:12-04:00 — #9
platinum — 2003-08-06T01:43:20-04:00 — #10
Bah the VLt has the RB30ET ... it's only 1/2 holden
cam — 2003-08-06T01:44:23-04:00 — #11
Does America have Ford versus GMC like Australia has Ford versus Holdens?
mike — 2003-08-06T01:45:40-04:00 — #12
We have Turbo Dodges actually.
jeff_lange — 2003-08-06T01:46:33-04:00 — #13
platinum — 2003-08-06T01:51:56-04:00 — #14
What sort of engine work have you done to it? and is that 300hp (about 220kw right?) at the flywheel or at the rear wheels? Looks like a nice car, love the front of it
jeff_lange — 2003-08-06T01:55:54-04:00 — #15
Well there were various things, the HKS downpipe, as well as removal of the cats, 550cc Lexus injectors, metal head gasket, air-flow sensor, air filter, centre-force clutch, and an HKS turbo timer, and various things here and there (I can't remember it all, lol). Going to be putting the rest of the HKS cat-back exhaust system on this winter, as well as doing some more suspension work, and adding a turbo boost controller.
I'm not entirely sure on whether it is the flywheel, or the rear wheels, as I was only told horsepower increase by the person who I bought the parts from (Reg Reimer - President SONiC), I guess it depends on what the original was measured at, I'm guessing rear wheels.
z0s0 — 2003-08-06T01:59:37-04:00 — #16
Well you can keep your cars.
I'll keep my wheels the way they are: Inline.
mike — 2003-08-06T01:59:44-04:00 — #17
You could always get it Dyno'd
jeff_lange — 2003-08-06T02:01:07-04:00 — #18
I like motorcycles, especially for gas milage.
As for dyno'ing it, I will be, soon
zenith — 2003-08-06T02:10:23-04:00 — #19
Sheesh what cars, you guys must have made millions with the internet
I have sucky japanese Mitsubishi Lancer GLXi, model 1990 But I'm poor salesmupp3t - so far.
ignite — 2003-08-06T02:30:54-04:00 — #20
My car, 1991 BMW 318is
Work car, depends what car is being reviewed by my boss.
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