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?
I don't. Yes, someone who lives in Canada and doesn't have a car
1989 Chystler Dynasty.
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
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
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
Silly duffa driving Holdens.... :xeye:
Bah the VLt has the RB30ET ... it's only 1/2 holden
Does America have Ford versus GMC like Australia has Ford versus Holdens?
We have Turbo Dodges actually.
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
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.
Well you can keep your cars.
I'll keep my wheels the way they are: Inline.
You could always get it Dyno'd
I like motorcycles, especially for gas milage.
As for dyno'ing it, I will be, soon
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.
My car, 1991 BMW 318is
Work car, depends what car is being reviewed by my boss.
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