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1 Neglected gtir on 25th August 2015, 12:13 pm

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So for the last few years ive really neglected my r, i feel sorry for it and its been such a reliable car in my ownership. So i have decided to treat the old girl to a proper pampering. Had some life changes lately and previously being 24/7 too skint to play im going to make it my main priority to get my r back to a nice example.

Going to start a project and im starting a huge list of changes/fixes which ill be doing to the car over the next few months/years, its going to be a long relationship but this little bundle of smiles deserves it. Smile

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2 Re: Neglected gtir on 25th August 2015, 12:21 pm

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I know that feeling only to well mate !
When life's simple and you have some spare £££'s R ownership is lots of fun - but as life's priorities change and the £££'s become less available it's often toys like a car that take a back seat - buying a house and getting married did that to me.....but like you ive had a renewed enthusiasm so i wish you luck and hope all your plans go well !
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3 Re: Neglected gtir on 25th August 2015, 12:32 pm

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4 Re: Neglected gtir on 25th August 2015, 12:45 pm

Digitalfaze

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List so far.

Bodyshop for some rust repair
New exhaust
Bobs for gremlin search and destroy
Full set of suspension
Polybush the whole car
Setup for fast road
New arb
New tyres (federal 595r/michelin pilot sport 3)
Wheels painted white
New discs and pads all round (carbotech xp10 or ds2500 on brembo discs)
Braided brake lines
Replace drivers door hinges
Integra dc2 recaro seats
Takata harnesses
Mome seude steering wheel
Repair the speedo and other various electrical faults
Aem afr gauge
Defi center gauges
Hydrodip my nismo gearknob in carbon fibre
Flocked pillars for the afr gauge

This list will probably get added to over time....

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5 Re: Neglected gtir on 25th August 2015, 12:47 pm

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Welling_AL wrote:I know that feeling only to well mate !
When life's simple and you have some spare £££'s R ownership is lots of fun - but as life's priorities change and the £££'s become less available it's often toys like a car that take a back seat - buying a house and getting married did that to me.....but like you ive had a renewed enthusiasm so i wish you luck and hope all your plans go well !
AL.

Yeah thats exactly it, my outgoings have seriously reduced so time ti actually have my car which can be something i can be proud of Smile

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6 Re: Neglected gtir on 25th August 2015, 12:56 pm

Stu

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Good to hear Smile
Over the years i have had a few pulsars but never really spent a lot of money on them.
Now im getting older and my kids are growing up. My money is getting a little easier Smile
I also have hugeplans for mine. Bodywork is my main aim but inbetween im buying smaller items to make it how i want it to be Smile
Look forward to you guys project threads and progress updates Smile


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7 Re: Neglected gtir on 25th August 2015, 1:15 pm

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atb with it Si just keep it sensible and don't go wasting money where you don't have to if you know what I mean.
The more you do yourself then the less wedge you have to pay out to the likes of me and others lol.

if you get stuck with anything then theres loads of help and info on here as you well know


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8 Re: Neglected gtir on 25th August 2015, 11:09 pm

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Good luck with work, want to bits and pieces to mine, money and time is a problem at the mo. The nearest it gets to being driven is a once a week turn over to keep the battery sweet.

9 Re: Neglected gtir on 26th August 2015, 8:12 pm

pulsar23


I'm going to bobs end of September for a clutch then I was going to do "THE LIST" and go from there

10 Re: Neglected gtir on 26th August 2015, 8:13 pm

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