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#41 s2k12

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Posted 06 May 2009 - 02:16 AM

I don't care about having it "ready" per se, just so long as it can move under it's own power LOL.
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#42 Sadistic Moocow

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Posted 07 May 2009 - 11:22 AM

you guys really suck!! LOL


I have spent 2 hours on here reading up on posts as I just bought an s12 to rally on some dirt roads and you guys procrastinate more than fu**ing fat chicks do with exercise!!

I spend alot of time on Antilag as I love all imports and also own a 350 chev torana..

Would be keen to have a cruise... EVERYONE reply to this forum over the next 2 weeks and i will organise a cruise for the last week of May which is a long weekend. Dont be gay and we can all have a choice run.. And i can meet you lot and talk about how to make these things go without transplanting engines ect.. as I have to keep it production spec to pass rally regs.. :-)

The ole CA20e is a bit slow on the road but I reckon with a tweak would be sufficient for gravel use!


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#43 s12silvia

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Posted 08 May 2009 - 09:57 AM

well im picking up my sr20 tomorrow morning and spending all day working on the car the only thing thats gonna slow me down is getting the tailshaft done and the gearbox mount done.

the reason its taken 2 years is because i live off week to week pay and have been cleaned out by my last 2 girlfriends so everything i had i had to buy again hence the reason its taken me 2 years
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#44 gadget1382

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Posted 08 May 2009 - 11:19 AM

Moral of this story: Keep $ away from girlfriends!

As for me, I'll be in Perth from 8th till 15th July. If you guys organize a meet, I'll come along!

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Posted 08 May 2009 - 11:57 AM

Orphan? --- > well done champ im just trying to stir up a little interest.

and the sr in an s12 will be awesome!! gd luck mate!

Phil from final drive will make you a tailshaft fairly cheap.

and any one with a bit of welding knowledge can make up a bracket and an old mount!

#46 Sadistic Moocow

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Posted 09 May 2009 - 10:11 PM

If you organise a cruise go down to freo its got some good spots for pic taking

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#47 s12silvia

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Posted 10 May 2009 - 06:38 PM

Orphan? --- > well done champ im just trying to stir up a little interest.

and the sr in an s12 will be awesome!! gd luck mate!

Phil from final drive will make you a tailshaft fairly cheap.

and any one with a bit of welding knowledge can make up a bracket and an old mount!


unfortunately im living in bunbury so perth shops arent much help to e lol. im just having issues trying to get the mounts out so i can slot her in but hopefully should have em out tonight
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Posted 13 December 2010 - 10:05 PM

I'm keen to see this idea resurrected, now that it's nice and sunny out. Great cruise weather...




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