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Old 17-10-2020, 20:52   #346
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Iíll have to come see this when itís up & running m8.
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Old 19-10-2020, 09:17   #347
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Went to see MAD Mark today for a coffee, croissant and a chat

Went through some plans for the next few bits. Oh and I had a delivery ,Iíve been talking about a slight spec change for a few weeks ... I will let the pictures do the talking. Should see a couple of hundred more HP

You can see marks feet in one of the pics as he didnít get out the way fast enough

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Are you sure thats your one?!
I only got a look at the boxes of mine and the top of the manifold!
im looking forward to seeing the difference between my non mivec and yours.
Hopefully not too long to wait, now.

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Old 19-10-2020, 09:33   #348
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Yes Iím looking forward to seeing the differences. Probably noticeable while driving rather than a dyno sheet. Yours will prob have more up top because of the Jenvey.

I bet youíre looking forward to it, be good to meet you if we cross paths down there.

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Are you sure thats your one?!
I only got a look at the boxes of mine and the top of the manifold!
im looking forward to seeing the difference between my non mivec and yours.
Hopefully not too long to wait, now.

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Old 19-10-2020, 10:01   #349
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This car will be awsome when finished Top work Mita!
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Old 19-10-2020, 10:44   #352
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Thank you Filipe, itís been a very long journey thatís for sure!


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Old 19-10-2020, 22:21   #353
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I'm not in Steve's club anymore... me tubby is too small

Will still cause him to sweat a bit though
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You’re next Dave
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I'm not in Steve's club anymore... me tubby is too small

Will still cause him to sweat a bit though
Donít worry Dave he will have forgotten how to drive

Nice to see it getting built though. Excellent tuner and turbo choice.
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I think the road mapping might be a shock


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Just another day at the office for Mark....

Probably a day on the loo for you though
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Yes Iím looking forward to seeing the differences. Probably noticeable while driving rather than a dyno sheet. Yours will prob have more up top because of the Jenvey.

I bet youíre looking forward to it, be good to meet you if we cross paths down there.
Be great to meet you, but i will be getting the 6 delivered to mark, and the 5 picked up, as the weather is a bit iffy, now.
Depending how long the 6 is there for, i might pick it up next year, rather than have it trailered up, depending on the weather and gritting situation.
Also depends on wether i get stuck in saudi for another year or not!

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Ahh yes good point.

Letís hope you donít get stuck again

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Be great to meet you, but i will be getting the 6 delivered to mark, and the 5 picked up, as the weather is a bit iffy, now.
Depending how long the 6 is there for, i might pick it up next year, rather than have it trailered up, depending on the weather and gritting situation.
Also depends on wether i get stuck in saudi for another year or not!

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