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Old 25th March 2006, 18:53   #166
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go for the blacked out alloys.. go well with the colour of your baby.. great work ed.. esp with u havin to juggle a job and all.. hats off to you.. RESPECT
Black alloys is the way i'm going....... the whole hog Skyline GTR way!!!


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Good work buddy.Everything turning out to be very very fine..BTW, which of those 2 alloys are you planning to gift her?
The League ones on the right!!!

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Old 25th March 2006, 19:02   #167
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hey Edmund .. the 1st thing I do when I come to TBHP is check if there have been any updates on this thread..
really love to see how the car progresses...
(I like 800's .. I still have kept my 1st M800 back in India at my parent's house.. )
Yeah, i like that.........well if you remember you gave me sohail's number for the free flow for my car!!!

Stayed tuned.......... !!

Thanks for the support...................

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Old 26th March 2006, 00:05   #168
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A photoshop black wheel job done to my previous set of 12"ers!!

Only this thime it's gonna be 13"ers, which means....more show of calipers!!!



Lemme hear the comments!!!!
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Old 26th March 2006, 03:45   #169
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Amazingly fascinating - are u gonna name her "the Phoenix" ??

one querry though.. could you please elaborate (or pm me) regarding The headers from a Suzuki Mightyboy in Oz land, custom made....... for the 796cc F8B

As in, the runner length is seemingly tuned. Was a similar job done for the intake too ? What back pressure maintained / generated etc .. ? And the Pipe material - Similar to the Exhaust pipe ? (CRC grade? )

Basically, i'm an Intake / exhaust enthusiast trying to get my bearings straight... and couldn't help noticing (and inquiring about) the new Exhaust manif. from OzLand !!

Great Job @ Edmund!!
and it feels Greater to have witnessed the same !!
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Old 26th March 2006, 14:48   #170
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blacked out alloys.. red caliper peekin out.. seriously x-rated,, very very hot.. damn man ur rides gonna serioualy rock!!!!
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Old 26th March 2006, 15:07   #171
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hey buddy.......awesome job!!...once the wheels go in...you`re sure gonna rock!!!!!!.......wel how`s the exhaust note??....pretty mean i gusss....
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Old 26th March 2006, 20:10   #172
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The Exhaust is stock as of now, as we're running the stock setup till Bombay!!
The previous free flow exhaust is goodwill gift to the garage owner, he has that on his car, and it's still sounding nice!!!

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Amazingly fascinating - are u gonna name her "the Phoenix" ??
Even though i get your drift, she'll be called 'blaupunkt', not because i have the sound system but because it's german for blue dot!!

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one querry though.. could you please elaborate (or pm me) regarding The headers from a Suzuki Mightyboy in Oz land, custom made....... for the 796cc F8B

As in, the runner length is seemingly tuned. Was a similar job done for the intake too ? What back pressure maintained / generated etc .. ? And the Pipe material - Similar to the Exhaust pipe ? (CRC grade? )

Basically, i'm an Intake / exhaust enthusiast trying to get my bearings straight... and couldn't help noticing (and inquiring about) the new Exhaust manif. from OzLand !!
First of all those headers aren't mine, they were custom made for the same engine in Australia, The Suzuki Mightyboy in ozzy land uses the same engine............

The headers were definately tuned.......the intake has a K&N
type stack filter!!!

Pictures courtesy: The Australian Mightyboy Owners Network!

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Great Job @ Edmund!!
and it feels Greater to have witnessed the same !!
Thanks for the support.......it's appreciated! Stay tuned!!
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blacked out alloys.. red caliper peekin out.. seriously x-rated,, very very hot.. damn man ur rides gonna serioualy rock!!!!
I see you get where im comimng from!!!
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yo ed boy --- absolutely rocking !!!!
just gimme more soon

hats off !!!
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yo ed boy --- absolutely rocking !!!!
just gimme more soon

hats off !!!
More coming......

Waiting for the wheels and tires now............!!! To complete the picture!!

The rear bumper that was dented is fixed!!! Yay!!
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Old 27th March 2006, 18:11   #177
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I'm quite disheartened that there has been no contribution or comments from our mods!!!! Wakey wakey........

GTO!!!!!
Rudra ol' man!!!!!
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Wakey wakey........
So! Actually you're not really interested?

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GTO!!!!!
Rudra ol' man!!!!!
We're watching you MY BOY. Don't you worry.
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So! Actually you're not really interested?
Not interested in what........? In your participation? In the rebuild? In the Forum? ......... what?
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Not interested in what........? In your participation? In the rebuild? In the Forum? ......... what?
You're feeling sleepy..that's why the question...WHERE'S THE SHIFTER?? Did get time to find that out or....
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