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Discussion in 'The Welcome Section' started by Rob_B, Mar 24, 2010.

  1. Rob_B

    Rob_B Member

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    Hi guys,
    just signed up to the forum, i have a 2001 audi s3 - no major mods to note really as i want to keep the car subtle and good on the road(have had my fair share of bone shattering rides)

    its been to jabba motorsport to have a remap - now pushing 275bhp and 412nm of torque

    other mods are KN Panel filter and Forge Re-circ DV

    in the future i may possibly go for a full Miltek system :)

    next mod is a nice set of rims - as you can see from the pics of my motor the wheels has had a hard life :(

    think im gonna go for a nice set of BBS CH's in matt black with a silver lip

    anyways just thought i'd introduce myself and i've put a few pics below pics of the old girl below

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  3. L1 HCS

    L1 HCS Active Member

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    Hi Rob, nice motor you have there!

    oh and :sign_welcome: to the forum!
     
  4. Jimmeh

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    decent figures there, Rob. Looks well, too.

    Whats the "GoFaster" company in the background?
     
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  6. Rob_B

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    cheers for the comments chaps, its a good honest little motor :)

    the 'Go-Faster' company is mine - Go-Faster Spares, we are a specialist Performance car Dismantlers :)
     

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