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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 8:31 am 
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judging by his profile - your other half!


i didnt even see that :lolz: :lolz: :lolz:


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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 3:38 pm 
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I cant for the life of me remember why that was changed terry...

and is it the same sportka that we were getting lift off oversteer in? thats a long time for you?!?!

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how the hell does a blind person actually drive? does their guide dog bark once for left, twice for right and go mental when he needs to brake?!


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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 3:43 pm 
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Anyway, pics as requested...


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how the hell does a blind person actually drive? does their guide dog bark once for left, twice for right and go mental when he needs to brake?!


Kill List: Moped, School bus, 4 Cyclists.


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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 3:44 pm 
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yeah same one - still lift oversteering!

had cars between getting the xr2i - remember? - fiesta st - zs mk5 - a3 1.8t - ex dumped me with a 1.4 fiesta so swapped with mum for sportka :)

and pah japscrap :halo: :lolz:

looks good :)

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Ford is not a decision you make to like, its a passion you grow up with.


RIP BEN ELVIN (JAM) 6.6.84 - 3.10.12 - Gone but not forgotten - The below sums you up chap
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Through serious illness you meet some inspiring and determined people. its the best we can do as human beings to inspire and drive the determination of others. Ben.


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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 3:47 pm 
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p.s

xr2i thread: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=17445

st thread: (you saw this!) pg 16 onwards viewtopic.php?f=5&t=13833

zs thread: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=22029

a3 thread: viewtopic.php?f=97&t=22650

1.4 thread: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=23773

sportka thread: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=17070

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Ford is not a decision you make to like, its a passion you grow up with.


RIP BEN ELVIN (JAM) 6.6.84 - 3.10.12 - Gone but not forgotten - The below sums you up chap
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Through serious illness you meet some inspiring and determined people. its the best we can do as human beings to inspire and drive the determination of others. Ben.


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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 3:55 pm 
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ahhhh still love swapping and changing cars like mad then! whats rob got now? yeah i remember the other cars :D

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how the hell does a blind person actually drive? does their guide dog bark once for left, twice for right and go mental when he needs to brake?!


Kill List: Moped, School bus, 4 Cyclists.


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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 4:00 pm 
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wasn't planning on changing the zs if honest!

and he did turbo his st - then got an evo 4 - now has a mk6 cabby

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Through serious illness you meet some inspiring and determined people. its the best we can do as human beings to inspire and drive the determination of others. Ben.


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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 4:03 pm 
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bloody people and swapping cars, cant keep up with it. I had the 106, then colt, then polo, the a 200sx s13 then a 200sx s14a, that is for my whole life, and i bet you have had more in 1 year :P

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how the hell does a blind person actually drive? does their guide dog bark once for left, twice for right and go mental when he needs to brake?!


Kill List: Moped, School bus, 4 Cyclists.


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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 4:08 pm 
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well since i saw you in the ST

ST > ZS > A3 > back to ZS > 1.4 from cuntish ex > Sportka

since 17:

Fez 1.3 > nova 1,4 > Fez 1.3 > Fez 1.4 >mk5 Rs2000 > got 1.3 back > 1.1 Fez > Laguna > fiesta si for body > Fiesta Si For Engine > combined > sold > 1.3 back > 306 > Punto > Xr3i Cab > Escort Si > Xr3i hatch (loved) > fiesta ST (got air at 70mph with you in it!) > Focus ST > Sportka > Xr2i > Fiesta ST Red one > Zs > A3 > Zs > 1,4 mk6 > Sportka

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Ford is not a decision you make to like, its a passion you grow up with.


RIP BEN ELVIN (JAM) 6.6.84 - 3.10.12 - Gone but not forgotten - The below sums you up chap
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Through serious illness you meet some inspiring and determined people. its the best we can do as human beings to inspire and drive the determination of others. Ben.


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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 9:10 pm 
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Love a bit of S14a action :D Always think back to the Sil80 that I nearly bought.

Dorifto FTW.

Anything out of the ordinary spec wise?

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 1:23 pm 
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nope, just the normal stuff Ry,

H-Dev stage 1a,
FMIC,
walbro 255lph pump,
t28 turbo,
Gizzmo boost controller,
HKS adjustable actuator,
HSD coilovers,
Japspeed tubular mani,
Japspeed full 3' exhaust
9.5j et12 Rota's,
Welded diff

aaaaaaaaaaand thats it for the moment, run it at 300bhp/300ftlb untill the sr lets go, then I have an RB to put in it :)

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how the hell does a blind person actually drive? does their guide dog bark once for left, twice for right and go mental when he needs to brake?!


Kill List: Moped, School bus, 4 Cyclists.


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 1:35 pm 
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slow then? :halo:

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Ben Elvin "Jam" wrote:
Through serious illness you meet some inspiring and determined people. its the best we can do as human beings to inspire and drive the determination of others. Ben.


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2012 8:14 pm 
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yeah, very! should see 300bhp/300lbft, but I want to put a RB in, just for the noise. Still, its quite quick, and the rear end likes to jump out ( by accident officer, honest) quite a lot, so its plenty for now.

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how the hell does a blind person actually drive? does their guide dog bark once for left, twice for right and go mental when he needs to brake?!


Kill List: Moped, School bus, 4 Cyclists.


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haha by accident, love that. looks awesome drifting that thing.

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Massive Bump I know -

But Mr Dooner you still frequent the forum judging by the look of your profile so where are the bloody updates!

And how are you been bloody ages

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Ben Elvin "Jam" wrote:
Through serious illness you meet some inspiring and determined people. its the best we can do as human beings to inspire and drive the determination of others. Ben.


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no updates Im afraid - long term illness meant I couldnt run it anymore. Now in a civic type R ep3, and while its a good laugh on a back road its not for me. I have been saving for ages to upgrade, but havent bought anything yet. Whatever I buy, it needs enough room under the bonnet for my PT6266 thats on the coffee table...

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how the hell does a blind person actually drive? does their guide dog bark once for left, twice for right and go mental when he needs to brake?!


Kill List: Moped, School bus, 4 Cyclists.


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long term illness? hope all is ok ;)

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Through serious illness you meet some inspiring and determined people. its the best we can do as human beings to inspire and drive the determination of others. Ben.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 23, 2015 4:50 pm 
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welcome back, dont leave it another 3 years :teehheee:

hope you're ok though buddy :thumbsup:


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Yeah im fine, at least I will be soon. Bit cryptic but I dont fully understand it myself yet. Seems like the same names still posting, but im guessing most dont have Si's anymore? Is percy still around to argue with meilack?

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how the hell does a blind person actually drive? does their guide dog bark once for left, twice for right and go mental when he needs to brake?!


Kill List: Moped, School bus, 4 Cyclists.


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He is still around but doesn't argue as I don't have an ST

Check members gallery :lol:

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Through serious illness you meet some inspiring and determined people. its the best we can do as human beings to inspire and drive the determination of others. Ben.


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