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Old 13-09-2020, 16:17   #286
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No itís not Garrett ...

From Mark -

Very similar construction but with better joints on ends. So you donít have to weld like you do on the garrets due to the way the ends leak

That explains why my spec r cooler has two rows of welds on the ends then
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Old 13-09-2020, 16:21   #287
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This thing is a work of art

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That explains why my spec r cooler has two rows of welds on the ends then
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Old 13-09-2020, 16:32   #288
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Get some pictures up then
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Old 13-09-2020, 16:37   #289
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Will grab some pics
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Old 14-09-2020, 05:58   #291
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So went to see MAD Mark today, took my block over and the Mivec head for checking. Chatted for a good few hours about all things Evo and beyond.

Also picked up the Arrow crank and custom intercooler. Will grab some pics some point but you all know what it all looks like

Also decided on another addition to the build
I hope Mark was working on my car, as he was speaking to you

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Ha! He’s a good multi tasker


Your cars looking good mate , taking shape nicely
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Old 14-09-2020, 08:33   #293
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Your cars looking good mate , taking shape nicely
Panel beaters in?

Actually, complete tangent I just had a couple of nasty ones taken out of mine. Anyone in the Surrey area needs any dents taken out of your old **** boxes I'd highly recommend him

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Old 14-09-2020, 08:45   #294
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Panel beaters in?

Actually, complete tangent I just had a couple of nasty ones taken out of mine. Anyone in the Surrey area needs any dents taken out of your old **** boxes I'd highly recommend him
Lets hope not, it was dent free the last time I saw it!
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Old 14-09-2020, 08:51   #295
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Your cars looking good mate , taking shape nicely
Glad to hear it, mate!
I think International flights are starting in Saudi, tomorrow, so I should be home in the next 3 to 4 weeks, with any luck. I hope Full Race have got my turbo in the post and Jenvey have finally got my inlet manifold sorted out.
I'm hoping for some dry weather and a long Autumn, so I can get a good few runs in it, before i go back to Saudi and its parked up for the Winter.

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Old 14-09-2020, 17:18   #296
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Lets hope not, it was dent free the last time I saw it!
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No mate never been to MAD although I nearly did! Just being a silly bugger lol
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What made you go with bb 80 series over the bb 68 hta Mita ? Just curious are they not pretty much the same performance wise ?
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Old 16-09-2020, 17:54   #299
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Hey mate,

The BB 80 Iím talking about is the 68HTA thatís for sale

Iíve ďslightlyĒ changed my spec so itís easier not to use this and sell it. Itís basically brand new but half price

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What made you go with bb 80 series over the bb 68 hta Mita ? Just curious are they not pretty much the same performance wise ?
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