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hello everyone ive had my mk1 van for 2 months now and was thinking it would be a good idea to sign up to this club and have a look at what people are doing and have done to there blingo's, to me mine is a work horse but why not be an all round work horse, mk1 van 1.4 8v mpi lpg 206 uprated springs standard height for 206 but lowered van approx 40mm, custom made induction kit with gti-6 pipercross cone filter, custom made 2" stainless system with single 2" outrolled backbox which is custom made, toyosport 4-1 stainless manifold with custom over subframe part and secondary lambda extension to stop engine management light coming on thats it so far but will be more to come and picks will follow
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Hello to you.

Sounds a bit trick, look forward to seeing and hearing more
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#3
How'd you go with the exhaust fitting? I've noticed they're cheap enough to buy - £165-upwards plus carriage.
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#4
Hello and welcome.
Former 2011 Mk3 XTR owner Confusedalut:
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#5
Welcome aboard :wave: looking forward to pics , it sounds like you've been busy :thumbsup:
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(07-01-2013, 09:31 PM)addo Wrote:  How'd you go with the exhaust fitting? I've noticed they're cheap enough to buy - £165-upwards plus carriage.

pritty simple really the manifold i bought was for a 106 kwiksilver and has a sleeve joint where the bracket is so i utilised the sleeve joint and used a few 316l stainless bends to go over the subframe, im trying to put a picture on but it says the file is too big and not sure how to solve that

i've since fitted 2 batteries under passenger seat/floor and wired a 1800w 110v invertor on the bulkhead cage and wired it in and fitted a secondary alternator off a 1.1 with 1 cable exciter and wired it with a battery light on the dash to activate the alternator to charge the auxillary batteries when being used, so i can use my grinders and work lights when doing jobs, ill see if i can figure away round the picture issue and get some pics on

and forgot to say ive also put my gti-6 cyclones on too


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Excellent info; many thanks. I've been eyeballing built-in serious inverters for power tools, too.
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(08-01-2013, 11:40 PM)studleymick Wrote:  [quote='addo' pid='33868' dateline='1357594283']
im trying to put a picture on but it says the file is too big and not sure how to solve that

Have a go here:-

http://www.resizemypicture.com/
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(11-01-2013, 12:21 PM)Coco Wrote:  
(08-01-2013, 11:40 PM)studleymick Wrote:  [quote='addo' pid='33868' dateline='1357594283']
im trying to put a picture on but it says the file is too big and not sure how to solve that

Have a go here:-

http://www.resizemypicture.com/

cheers mate worked a treat

       
(08-01-2013, 11:40 PM)studleymick Wrote:  
(07-01-2013, 09:31 PM)addo Wrote:  How'd you go with the exhaust fitting? I've noticed they're cheap enough to buy - £165-upwards plus carriage.

pritty simple really the manifold i bought was for a 106 kwiksilver and has a sleeve joint where the bracket is so i utilised the sleeve joint and used a few 316l stainless bends to go over the subframe, im trying to put a picture on but it says the file is too big and not sure how to solve that

i've since fitted 2 batteries under passenger seat/floor and wired a 1800w 110v invertor on the bulkhead cage and wired it in and fitted a secondary alternator off a 1.1 with 1 cable exciter and wired it with a battery light on the dash to activate the alternator to charge the auxillary batteries when being used, so i can use my grinders and work lights when doing jobs, ill see if i can figure away round the picture issue and get some pics on

and forgot to say ive also put my gti-6 cyclones on too
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