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Findings regarding air filter types & wheel size used

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gtir_woody

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Hahaha. They are a bastard car to push around though lol

Stu

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@gtir_woody wrote:^ surprised by the difference Stu, never thought about it like that before.
I thought it was obvious that a bigger wheel woukd cover more ground lol

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@gtir_woody wrote:^ surprised by the difference Stu, never thought about it like that before.

Its because Stu needs to know how many turns of the wheels it takes to push his R back home as its always broken down...

I blame the owner lol
No kidding lol
Starter motor packed up the other week and had to get rac out to help bump start the fucking thing lol


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Not had much luck with the r just lately stu with the manifold water pipes etc ... thats the joys of pulsars i guess ....


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@nomad wrote:Not had much luck with the r just lately stu  with the manifold water pipes etc ... thats the joys of pulsars i guess ....
No mate its been a bitch just lately.
Ovet the last month or two I have replaced with new parts all sensors. Idle control valve. Plugs. Leads. Dizzy cap. Rotor arm. Coil. Ignition amp. Vacuum hoses. Inlet gasket. Coolant hoses. Radiator manifold studs and nuts. Had manifold welded.
And have an afm and another relocation hardpipe on the way.
The car drives really good now and doesn't over heat anymore so hopefully I'm back to driving without issues again lol
Oh the joys of gtir ownership.


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johnny gtir

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Stick with it Stu. 1 injector on a new car plus coding sometimes you have to buy a set on a Audi A3 £700

Stu

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@johnny gtir wrote:Stick with it Stu. 1 injector on a new car plus coding sometimes you have to buy a set on a Audi A3 £700

Yeah im hanging in there mate thanks.

Thats crazy money. But guess it's dealer only parts for the audi?

I forgot I have also bought a set of injectors too. Havent fit them yet tho lol


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At least the money you put in will help appreciate the value of the Pulsar alot of cars are not on the up so you loose money all the time!

Stu

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@shroom wrote:At least the money you put in will help appreciate the value of the Pulsar alot of cars are not on the up so you loose money all the time!
This is true. But its not for sale so will all be changed again in a few years time when it needs another in depth service lol
Its all good fun tho. I'm happiest when im messing with my car lol


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