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new from nz

Postby Rahvin » Sun Aug 09, 2015 6:21 am

Hey have owned my 185 for about 3 months now. I am currently cutting out and replacing my right rear quarter panel because one of the previous owners has had damage there and there is about 10 to 15mm of bog in the panel.
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Re: new from nz

Postby kevzep » Sun Aug 09, 2015 8:23 pm

Nice one, where are you situated?
I find this forum is a bit quiet at times, but there's a few New Zealanders on here, I'm running a ST185 Rally Car in the Auckland region.
I have a GEN3 with a hybrid turbo running 23lbs, Kelford 272 Cams, Forged, lightened flywheel and Autoclutch race clutch, E154 trans with KAAZ close ratio kit, Mishimoto radiatior, Link + ECU, makes good power up to 8000rpm, shifting at 7500 though.

We should all stick together here in NZ so we can get a spare parts network going!!
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Re: new from nz

Postby DeeCee » Sun Aug 09, 2015 11:40 pm

Welcome. Currently we have a NZ GT Four Owners Club on FB and are in the process of sorting out the website and local forums.
There has been some discussion around swap meets and more events/meets to catch up with other GT Four enthusiasts, so if you are interested let us know :)

Website - http://www.gt4oc.org.nz/
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/gt4ocnz/

Cheers, Dave - Club VP
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Re: new from nz

Postby kevzep » Mon Aug 10, 2015 12:46 am

DeeCee wrote:Welcome. Currently we have a NZ GT Four Owners Club on FB and are in the process of sorting out the website and local forums.
There has been some discussion around swap meets and more events/meets to catch up with other GT Four enthusiasts, so if you are interested let us know :)

Website - http://www.gt4oc.org.nz/
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/gt4ocnz/

Cheers, Dave - Club VP


Nice work, just joined up to your FB page, how do we join the club?
ST185 Narrow body Rally Car
ST205 engine transmission
Stocked with lots of go fast goodies....
400+bhp depending on boost.
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Re: new from nz

Postby Rahvin » Mon Aug 10, 2015 1:31 am

hey i live in turangi its in the central north island. wish i had a spec list like your car but atm my car is stock other then some 17inch rims that were on it when i got it.
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Re: new from nz

Postby kevzep » Mon Aug 10, 2015 6:38 am

Rahvin wrote:hey i live in turangi its in the central north island. wish i had a spec list like your car but atm my car is stock other then some 17inch rims that were on it when i got it.


Nice, I bet its cold down there at the moment. Well, it won't be stock for long if you hang around here.....
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400+bhp depending on boost.
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Re: new from nz

Postby Rahvin » Tue Aug 11, 2015 12:12 am

yea its cold down here and after i finish this body work im planing on slowly upgrading my engine.
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