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  1. #101
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    got my bunky back of my mate...will be driving this for a while when i upgrade to JZX100 chaser

    AE80 rolla

    pros

    - 4age with late model block
    - strut bars front and rear
    - sway bars front and rear
    - lowered springs
    - JDM levin seats
    - lightweight
    - corners awsome for a little car
    - good on fuel
    - puts a smile on my face everytime i drive it

    cons
    - got rear ended a while ago
    - some cancer
    - bodgy spec repairs
    - cant open left rear door...
    - exhaust rattle
    - dash rattle
    - no backseat, no carpet, no radio, no air con, no power steering



  2. #102
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miggy View Post
    I Love the 20V, one will be going into my Seca...one day.
    the 20v package cost me $400nz, i actually made money by doing the swap haha

    redtop was old and tired.

    although this 20v is getting on, once the supra is done, the corolla will get a make over.

  3. #103
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    Quote Originally Posted by rxsevengt View Post
    Nice buy TJ, The old galants are reliable as hell and easy to drop in a VR4 motor too, Parts interchangeability is great with mitsi's too.

    Cheers
    Aaron
    Haha the word VR4 has been catch phrase of the day.

    Wont be happening. I just need something reliable and comfy for the daily grind.












    never say never though!
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  4. #104
    Quote Originally Posted by TJ View Post
    never say never though!

    Never.

    You can't fix your toy car, there's no chance you're modding your daily.
    [ALM] X5M Daily
    Empire Performance - Mitsubishi Evo 6 Tarmac Rally Car.

  5. #105
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJ View Post
    My new bunky :

    1989 Mitsubishi Galant GSR :

    4G63 non turbo 5 speed manual (factory) Full eletrics, air con, cruise control.



    Pretty straight, pretty clean inside. Drives a shitload better then the rolla and has more room which is win win for me.

    Needs a few bits - power window switch and fuel sender. But the motor is clean as and doesnt show a drop of oil so im happy. While spin 3rd in the wet, which is good and bad at the same time.

    Needs a stereo bad!

    (pic added TJ)
    LOL how many bunky shitters do you have in total now tj? What happened to the rolla with fake tan stained seats?

  6. #106
    Quote Originally Posted by TJ View Post
    While spin 3rd in the wet, which is good and bad at the same time.
    AHHHH ME GA GA SHE A WEAPON!
    [ALM] X5M Daily
    Empire Performance - Mitsubishi Evo 6 Tarmac Rally Car.

  7. #107
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    Chris - Rolla is sold pending payment - dont need it now.

    Still got the handpainted vn show car - that gets used to drive the dogs around

    Oh and the king bunky, the liberty - its sitting under a tarp in the driveway.

    Paul, good for a giggle, bad when you pull out near traffic and try to get moving

    Andrzej decided to bless it tonight by getting in it and dropping a burnout off limter... its pretty damn big!
    a n t i l a g . c o m

  8. #108
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    Picked this rare shitter up last week.



    Pros:
    RWD
    Manual
    Rare
    Insane in the wet
    Roomy as (Dont park next to me, doors are freakin huge)
    Cheaps as all hell to insure
    Has mega sleepy potential

    Cons:
    Its 28years old
    Steering wheel is truck like
    Pedals are too wide
    Steering isnt responsive enough
    Needs another 200+ horsepower so it behaves in the dry as it does now in the wet
    Pending performance: Credit card will wear out quickly

    Plans:
    Finding 200+ more horsepower
    Options are endless..........
    Last edited by kirbo; 16-05-2008 at 01:32 AM.
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  9. #109
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    how do you get out of the car without getting your feet wet?

  10. #110
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    Its a bunky, open door and walk all over it. Mate took the shot, im sh1t with a camera.
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  11. #111
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    my bunky. 94 cruiser.


    Good
    It climbs big rocks really well
    It drives through mud
    It smashes roos
    It's unbreakable (Tojo power)

    Bad
    It's slow
    It's thirsty
    Gearbox like a Kenworth

    But for Karratha she's just fine, can't imagine having anything else up here!

  12. #112
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    my bunky/daily (but more of a weekly as i work away)

    2002 GXL 100series Landcruiser









    Pro's
    It can drive over big things (curbs, rocks, furry cute domesticated animals, small children and the like and not feel a thing).
    Plenty of room for stuff when fishing or camping or spare parts and stuff.

    Cons
    Big
    Diesel ( sometimes a little sluggish around town)

  13. #113
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    Hey guys, just a pic of my Liberty (daily) that I thought I would post up.
    Had it for about 2 years now.
    Stock apart from coilovers, rims, big exhaust tip (ooooh yeah) and 5% tint
    For the stereo, I have put in a JVC DVD up front with a 7 inch screen. Alpine DD drives in the 4 doors and Kenwood 7 inch screens in each headrest for the kids.
    I have no other plans for this car as its great to drive, great on fuel and very quiet to drive (not like the rex)




  14. #114
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    Quote Originally Posted by kirbo View Post
    Picked this rare shitter up last week.



    Pros:
    RWD
    Manual
    Rare
    Insane in the wet
    Roomy as (Dont park next to me, doors are freakin huge)
    Cheaps as all hell to insure
    Has mega sleepy potential

    Cons:
    Its 28years old
    Steering wheel is truck like
    Pedals are too wide
    Steering isnt responsive enough
    Needs another 200+ horsepower so it behaves in the dry as it does now in the wet
    Pending performance: Credit card will wear out quickly

    Plans:
    Finding 200+ more horsepower
    Options are endless..........
    wasn't there a factory turbo of this model?
    i seem to remember an old mate igor dreaming of getting one
    looks like it'd be a fun car and definately different
    can the 5 pot turbo in the newer cars be converted to rwd using stock box or something?

  15. #115
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    Yes there was, but it was only availiable in the US/Europe in limited numbers. In 1985 they used to race the belgium built 242 but labeled it a "240 2dr LHD turbo" around bathurst. They had a win in 86' beating the the likes of bmw 635CSI etc.

    Videos:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkYHx_okF-s
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0rtzYDXwbg

    Web info: http://wwwrsphysse.anu.edu.au/~amh11...GpA_racing.htm

    In regards to the 5Cylinder, yes it has been done. But its trouble. The 242 is NS and the 850 is EW configuration. The easiest engine swap is a small block V8 or a V6 volvo motor. Im currently doing some research, considering 1J, Gen3 V8, ultimately a 1UZ twin turbo or supercharged. But legally speaking its probably not possible as the 242 weighs in @ 1300kg. Yerp, something different!
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  16. #116
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    yeah i realised the 242 was a ns and 850 ew fwd spec but it's not uncommon for people to do conversions using fwd motor in rwd configuration, toyo 20 valve 4age's probably being most common
    i reckon it'd be worth going for a turbo motor in it though, anyone can chuck a v8 or jap motor in something these days
    to get chopped by a quick volvo using a volvo motor would bring lots of joy haha
    and lots of surprised faces too i bet

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    I agree mate, staying true to one manufacturer makes an impressive build but, I already get that good feeling in my 850R. Stock spec + stereoh surprises many.
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  18. #118
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    this is my shitter goes any where




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    nice pajero dude, don't see many of the short wheel base ones around
    when's she getting lifted?

  20. #120
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    hard to say really i want to put a lift kit on it but i want to spend my coin on my rx3 so im stuck in a hard place at the moment
    i should get i grill for it first lost that on the way to wedge driving through a wash out on the beach bloody wave came outta no where and pulled the car in to the ocean very lucky to drive it out

  21. #121
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    This is my bunky, Don't see too many of them around anymore. I quite like it though, needs dumpage

    Nissan S12 Gazelle
    All stock except wheels/seats

    Gets good economy and boot is pretty large for a 2 seater, Can tow VERY small trailer which comes in handy now and then

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by GA70TT View Post


    Must be quite a lightweight weapon you have there! by late model do you mean 20vST?

  23. #123
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    got myself a car to tow my rally car around in...it will be dumped in the next couple of weeks, dont worry


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    painted territory steelies... style! haha

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    its different! plus i have a thing for white wheels, they give me an excuse to wash the car more often

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