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Blue MK2

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  1. Bright silver would work with the red. Excellent work chap
  2. Thats nice to know. Glad you like it :)
  3. As title   Bottom rad rubber hose for the g60 please.
  4. Bottom rad pipe just required please!
  5. Honestly don't hold your breath. In fact forget about it. I gathered a group of people twice and they let us down TWICE. They can't be arsed.
  6. Singh get the head ported. Night and day improvement. I wasn't a fan of a 285 cam (needs machining work to run this). I'd go for something mild next round as the power was up the top end.
  7. awesome.
  8. Require the following for a G60: Top water pipe   bottom radiator rubber pipe Heater matrix rubber pipes.     Please let me know. Require them this week thank you!
  9. As title. u bend required with the gasket please!
  10. The toothed pulley where the timing belt goes or the larger damper pulley?
  11. My favorite http://www.dubforce.net/forums/?showtopic=6851   The rest on A2 resource
  12. Hello Matey That was me who you called the other day. Sent you the pictures via email. The last owner was going to put it on the track. Such a rare car I had to take it off him!
  13. I have a stormforce cover for my mk2. Fits perfect and is a winter cover. You shouldn't use it in the baking heat as its not designed for it. Materials on it will break down. The monsoon cover...thats perfect all year round, much lighter than the stormforce and ive just bought one for my rallye. I chose the hf intergrale cover and is a snug fit. coveryourcar.co.uk
  14. Good to see that back