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1 evo owners discussing gtir ownership on 24th July 2015, 11:04 pm

ROB_IOW

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Interesting how many say Weak boxes etc . And weak pistons.
Thought weak pistons was a subaru thing

http://www.lancerregister.com/showthread.php?t=508527&highlight=gtir


2 Re: evo owners discussing gtir ownership on 24th July 2015, 11:30 pm

Thermal

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Good points bad points, Subaru/Nissan/Mitsubiishi they all got em, obviously bias as they are not a Nissan club, all I can say is if Nissan were still producing and developing the GTIR after 25years, it would be a world beater, look how long the other manufactures have been producing and developing, and they are comparing them to a 25year old car with a short production run.
GTI-R every time.

3 Re: evo owners discussing gtir ownership on 25th July 2015, 12:18 am

splmum

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Agree with Thermal. the GTI-R is an evolution 1, so just imagine what it would be if it was an evolution 8, 9 or 10.
Why, it might even be a supercar beater, wait, not might, it WOULD be a supercar beater.
No bias is intended here hehehehehe

4 Re: evo owners discussing gtir ownership on 25th July 2015, 12:27 am

Mr B

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Quite a lot of dribble in that thread, don't suffer from bump steer as that a myth from the powerstation w@nk bumpsteer kit, pistons are actually reasonably good & can run around 340hp for yonks if mapped right & use likes of water injection to keep intake temps sensible.
most issues of ringland failure is caused by other faults such as idiot owners & dodgy tuners.
Rust ain't that bad, evos rust & rear arches go on the scoobs as well.
Plenty of 25yr old R's about that not seen a mig yet.
As for gearbox they ain't the best in terms of stripping gears & selectors & case is weak if seriously launching with high power but a good order gearbox will run 350hp without issue really.
I broke more evo boxes than have gtir ... scooby boxes have issues too as does most stuff in this class when old, driven hard and handling close to 400hp
Brakes are an easy fix & handling can be improved drastically without too much hassle.
I own evo & gtir, love subarus too & own a forester sf but gtir is the Prince :-)

5 Re: evo owners discussing gtir ownership on 25th July 2015, 8:54 am

gtir_woody

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Every car has theirs pro's and con's Laughing im proud to be an R owner regardless Smile

6 Re: evo owners discussing gtir ownership on 25th July 2015, 9:43 am

Thermal

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All the negative comments from owners of other makes, they are only jealous !
Oh and could not handle a proper car! Tee Hee

7 Re: evo owners discussing gtir ownership on 26th July 2015, 5:46 pm

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Ima just leave this here Laughing


http://youtu.be/-Lm6ko_Nq38

8 Re: evo owners discussing gtir ownership on 26th July 2015, 5:56 pm

burrows1980

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Thats ace, obviously not a standard R

Gaz

9 Re: evo owners discussing gtir ownership on 26th July 2015, 6:16 pm

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Guess I'm gonna have to make a video of mine when it's done Wink

10 Re: evo owners discussing gtir ownership on 26th July 2015, 8:56 pm

gtir_woody

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^ please do thumbsup

11 Re: evo owners discussing gtir ownership on 26th July 2015, 10:36 pm

Thermal

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I like that Vid, why do we not have Autobahn's in the UK ? call it say - the M1 !
Yours will be faster anyway Pete.

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