Discussion in 'Members Rides' started by TheStigP11GT, Dec 7, 2009.
If the engine was out of a pulsar GTi-R then it would be 220bhp and turbo'd, unless you mean another type...
Possibly a sunny or primera engine...
IMO i dont like the wheels, get some other on it
But looks pretty good for what you paid
It would be good if it has got coillys
Looking good! Although, those wheels have to go!
lookin lurvely mate, except those wheels made me sick a little bit
engine is a normal mera engine by the look of it, may have been rebuilt or whatever, but i assume the guy was just using the pulsar name accidentally or whatever.
looks very nice though mate, and spot on if it's got lightened n balanced bottom end etc
high lift cams and stock manifold?
good buy though, except the wheels!
haha, good point - although then again i had cams, pulleys, mani, filter afpr etc before my cat back was made up and added :lol: so sometimes people really are that illogical!
^^^ agreed, loose the wheels, IMO they are too big for the car, apart from that looking good!
looks like a light blue focus St at the moment
i like all bar the wheels and the power seems errrrrr hopeful eek
Same as above, wheels look bad. It's got standard GTi top mounts, and the shaft doesn't look like a coilover shaft either, so don't be too hopeful on coilovers aswell. You should copy what Corbs has done with his, on this though.
Not bad, it seems like a good project.
Also you know what they say - once you go JAP you don't go back :lol:
just a little dodgy lol....
does look good and its in the best colour
suspention does look a bit odd... looks like GTi top mounts on coilover threaded shocks
just give it a good service and im sure it will be fine
^Those wheels would look better, but I am personally not a fan of them... Maybe some standard GTi wheels? But its whatever you think looks good!
Standard Gti alloys in Black against the blue = nom nom.
I like the colour coded bumpstrips, they look sweet.
Yeah that's just on springs I'm afraid. Rob you're just seeing the dust gaiter.
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