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1 Pete from Leicester on 18th November 2014, 2:20 pm

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Well I've finally got round to signing up to the forum Smile glad to be here and even though I've only owned the pulsar for less than a week , I've already had very positive dealings with Bob from gti-r-us who has got me right out of a mess with his array of spare parts, Im also going for a map soon. Cannot stress how professional and friendly these people are and will definitely do business with them again . Anyway onto the main point .... Hello everyone I'm a new pulsar owner from cruddy old Leicester (censored my own grammar ) this is my first one and I've got to say WHAT A CAR!!!! As is normal with me I've ordered a ton of parts , arranged a remap and have already detailed the car. My car is nearly rust free arches aside and is a beautiful black 92 plate gti-r. It had 73,000 miles on the clock and it's supporting mods as it stands are ;
Plasma glow mph clocks, 2.5 inch mongoose exhaust with decat, front mount inter cooler, induction kit , walboro fuel pump , lightweight compo motive alloys, and I've got evo 560cc injectors and a huge k and n cone filter set to arrive any day now. I've also ordered some new door hinges and bonnet hinges to help with the vibrations / door misalignment. The first modification I carried out myself was to use some self adhesive draught excluder tape round the internal door frame where the rubber meets to stop the wind noise and this has worked with great success. Also on the way are the struts for the boot lid as these are very tempermentall . Only real fault is the high idle but after trawling through many forum posts I've now realised it's because of the cheaper dump valve (single piston) that's fitted . My plans are simple utilise the engine to it's safest reliable power within the modifications I have and to bring the exterior back up to mint condition ! Thank you for reading and I look forward to getting to know you guys.
Cheers
Pete

2 Re: Pete from Leicester on 18th November 2014, 2:48 pm

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Welcome to the forum pete from lesta lol nice to see the enthusiasm Wink


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3 Re: Pete from Leicester on 18th November 2014, 2:54 pm

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Thank you nomad Very Happy yeah I'm really enthusiastic wanted one for years but only now in a financial situation to run one haha

4 Re: Pete from Leicester on 18th November 2014, 5:42 pm

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5 Re: Pete from Leicester on 18th November 2014, 6:15 pm

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hello and welcome!

6 Re: Pete from Leicester on 18th November 2014, 7:10 pm

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Welcome fella, good work getting stuck in thumbsup

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7 Re: Pete from Leicester on 18th November 2014, 8:18 pm

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hiya pete and welcome to the forum Cool

nice to see someone so enthusiastic, good on ya fella


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8 Re: Pete from Leicester on 18th November 2014, 8:19 pm

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Welcome and nice to read about someone looking after the ouside of the car not just power

9 Re: Pete from Leicester on 18th November 2014, 8:33 pm

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Hello mate and welcome! Good site and ppl always willing to help

10 Re: Pete from Leicester on 18th November 2014, 9:04 pm

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Welcome to the forum pete. Nice write up. You should post some pics once you get a chance Smile

11 Re: Pete from Leicester on 18th November 2014, 9:19 pm

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Welcome Pete, I'm Pete also ( great name) and not to far away from you in Derbyshire!

12 Re: Pete from Leicester on 18th November 2014, 11:30 pm

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Its a pete take over crazy cow


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13 Re: Pete from Leicester on 19th November 2014, 1:25 am

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Thanks for the warm reception everyone glad to be here Very Happy will keep you all informed as to progress etc

14 Re: Pete from Leicester on 19th November 2014, 7:57 am

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Welcome Pete

15 Re: Pete from Leicester on 19th November 2014, 6:50 pm

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Welcome pete good to see another owner in Leicester Smile
Bob is a top bloke always very helpfull for parts or advice..
There will be a few of us going to the rally day at rockingham on the 6th dec if you want to go watch some amateur rallying..

16 Re: Pete from Leicester on 29th April 2015, 11:50 am

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My god just re read this and now realise how naive I was hahahahaha ohh I wish it had been that simple lol

17 Re: Pete from Leicester on 29th April 2015, 2:58 pm

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lol, least you still got the enthusiasm, quite a few end up with a dead engine shortly after purchase as most people sell them on after the home built engine looks to be a possible second rebuild :-S bit of a shame with gearbox too but nothing that can't be fixed if the heart wiling :-) main thing these days is as minimal rot in the shell as possible & nice & straight.

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