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Oscar

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Re: Project: Pandora
« Reply #40 on: Jan 21, 15, 12:29 »
When you down shifted beside me during Spring unSprung oh man.
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When does some suspension finally go in?

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Haha she stayed #DONK4LIFE for the past little bit because the interior ate up my modding money, hopefully this summer I can pick these up.

http://store.034motorsport.com/psi-raceline-adjustable-coilover-suspension-b6-b7-audi-a4-s4-rs4-ohlins-ttx.html

Need to save alot of pennies!

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Marky G

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Re: Project: Pandora
« Reply #41 on: Jan 23, 15, 10:11 »
Looking hawt brother.  Text me immediately if you ever consider letting her go.  Kthanks.  Love.  Just get V3's and call it a day man....come on now!  ha!

Oscar

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Re: Project: Pandora
« Reply #42 on: Jan 23, 15, 12:46 »
Thanks man! If I ever decide to sell I'll make sure you get the first call!

V3's have been on my mind for a while, but at the same time I don't plan on selling her so don't mind holding off for the best of the best. Plus I just know that the V3's would get blown out of the water by the ohlins, so rather then redo and reupgrade later on, I'm going to do it right the first time 😆

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lu vr6

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Re: Project: Pandora
« Reply #43 on: May 20, 15, 00:25 »
Whoawhoawhoa no cutsies Markyg. I called dibs many posts ago!

lu vr6

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Re: Project: Pandora
« Reply #44 on: May 20, 15, 00:26 »
Get those ohlins yet?

Oscar

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Re: Project: Pandora
« Reply #45 on: May 25, 15, 10:58 »
No ohlins yet, have a few maintenance pieces I needed to take care off.

4 -  new 02 sensors
Finally installed my oil cooler line upgrade.
New oil pan - old one had a dime sized bit of rust starting.
And a nice new coolant expansion bottle.

I also just bought a house which I am moving into next week, I was going to try and have the suspension sorted for Leavenworth, but don't think that's going to happen unfortunately.

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Re: Project: Pandora
« Reply #46 on: May 25, 15, 11:51 »
houses don't suck you're money up at all!

Oscar

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Re: Project: Pandora
« Reply #47 on: May 25, 15, 16:23 »
Haha! Between the house, new truck, and the wifey starting to bug me about having kids....... I better get my modding in asap!

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Re: Project: Pandora
« Reply #48 on: May 25, 15, 16:29 »
Truck makes sense, can't live in abbotsford without one. :lol: What kinda truck you get Todd?

Haha! Between the house, new truck, and the wifey starting to bug me about having kids....... I better get my modding in asap!
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Re: Project: Pandora
« Reply #49 on: May 25, 15, 16:49 »
Clubsports ftw
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Oscar

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Re: Project: Pandora
« Reply #50 on: May 26, 15, 11:40 »
Truck makes sense, can't live in abbotsford without one. What kinda truck you get Todd?
Hahaha! Well that and also for furniture pickup and stuff, will definitely be handy.

I'm looking for a 02-06 ram 3500, preferably with the 5.9 Cummins and a manual trans.
Clubsports ftw
Actually a set for sale for just under 2k, but I've heard mixed reviews.

 V3's are becoming very tempting, specially because it would cut my suspension mod price in half.

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Re: Project: Pandora
« Reply #51 on: May 26, 15, 11:52 »
I've have my 03 Cummins 3500 with the HO 5.9 for 3 years now and I can tell you from experience these trucks require more than a small fortune in maintenance.  Every time it's in the shop it's a min of $1k before it leaves.  If I were to do it again I'd grab a newer Hemi 1500, only way I'd do a 3500 again is if I was hauling extremely heavy and needed the size, it's not worth what it costs me in maintenance every year.  I expect 2-4k per year in regular maintenance, and bigger break downs would be on top of that.

Hahaha! Well that and also for furniture pickup and stuff, will definitely be handy.

I'm looking for a 02-06 ram 3500, preferably with the 5.9 Cummins and a manual trans.Actually a set for sale for just under 2k, but I've heard mixed reviews.
Toyota 4runner, Ram 3500, BMW M3

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Re: Project: Pandora
« Reply #52 on: May 27, 15, 17:39 »
We see $$$$$ when mike rolls up