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Old 24-10-2016, 17:01   #16
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First message updated with 2 better pictures!
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Old 24-10-2016, 20:18   #17
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Looking Good Matt

Enjoy the car, she looks great
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Old 24-10-2016, 20:35   #18
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Old 26-10-2016, 06:40   #19
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I will, thank you Rich!
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Old 30-10-2016, 15:43   #20
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welcome buddy very nice tme
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Old 30-10-2016, 15:54   #21
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Congrats on your purchase ....

The car looks great .... fixing their little issues is all part of evo ownership & making the car yours
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Old 30-10-2016, 16:43   #22
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Exactly! The weather was fantastic so I took the Evo up the mountain!



I also have to remove the tinted windows, never been a fan of these eventho they keep the seats from fading.

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Old 16-11-2016, 13:01   #23
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I know the subject has been covered a lot, but honestly there are so many different opinions I don't which to follow

Plus I have a got a STANDARD engine, so it must be rare here! I am looking to replace all fuilds, here is what I came up with (car is used 99% on the road, with probably 1 track day a year):

- Engine: 10w50
- Gearbox: 75W90 GL5
- Transfer box: same as gearbox
- Rear diff: same as gearbox (it has got the AYC diff, because the car is a GSR, or RS2 as we call it here)
- AYC: ATF SPIII
- Brake fuild: DOT 4
- Engine coolant: no clue which one to buy

Is it correct? Thanks a lot for the advice
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Old 16-11-2016, 15:49   #24
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I'd say for a standard engine you're using a too thick engine oil; even at Stage 1 I was still using 5W40 (Motul 300V).

The gearbox oil is right though, Millers NT is a good choice.

I get confused whether you need an LS oil in diff or transfer box depending on your spec, I'm sure someone else will know for sure...

Others I think are OK too....

Nice looking red Tommi you have by the way
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Old 10-04-2017, 06:49   #25
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Winter is finished here, so I took the car out.



Now in the process of replacing the lash adjusters, timing belt and water pump, full service, and she needs new tyres. Also have few clonking noises and the famous donkey noise, I will take care of that too.

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Old 10-04-2017, 14:07   #26
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Looking Great .... You enjoy then so much more when you haven't driven them over the winter months..... Ours is also coming out of hibernation in the next couple of weeks
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Thanks! Land of the chocolate hehe

EDIT: just replaced the lash adjusters and now the diesel engine noise has gone. Happy!

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Removed the tinted windows which I didn't like, now the car looks much better I think. Just need to get some 18" Speedline Turini wheels and car will be as I want it to be!


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Was It hard to remove the tints?
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