wombata

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    Greg
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  1. I’m selling my evo. It’s been a large part of my life for over seven years but with a GT3RS in the garage now, sadly it’s time. I’ve had pleasure and memories from this car beyond what I’d ever considered possible. It was built new by Alan Heaphy at TMR, all parts supplied and warrantied by them, and has been maintained by Darren at Dashsport. Servicing has been regular including all fluid changes. Feel free to call Alan or Darren and discuss. Car is one owner, no accidents. It was built as a road car that could be taken to the track and the basic specs include mhi turbo, cams, custom dump pipe, custom (quietish) exhaust, intercooler spray, fuel pump and baffling, injectors, ecutek custom tune, Dodson clutch pack, transmission cooler, transmission temp gauge, front lsd, ohlins coilovers, pagid brake pads, brake cooling guides, Ralliart suspension and steering bushes and fog light delete to cool transmission. Wheels are silver AME Tracer 18x9.5 with hardly worn hankook rs3. Nearly everyone who has driven it or been in it remarks how nice a road car it is! It’s never had an accident and been tracked probably six to eight times, last time in 2015. My best time then was mid 1.06s at Wakefield. It would be faster in the right hands... Car currently has oem muffler with slight detune on it in because of an obnoxious local police officer. With the TurboXS muffler and original tune it developed 252awkw with fantastic driving response. Power is currently a little below that but response remains! Has done 130k with most of that since I’ve moved 500km north of Sydney and needed to travel back and forth. Though I had both engine and transmission issues early on, covered by Mitsubishi warranty - can give more details if needed - it’s been completely and utterly reliable for years. Still has the original battery! I have some other parts I could include or exclude depending on the new owners needs including original BBS wheels and lug nuts, original suspension, 8 used Advan semi slicks, harness bar, racetech seat, six point harness and HANS device, all of which bolts in and out of the car for track days. Price of these things isn’t easy to determine but $35k is a good enough starting point and I’m willing to negotiate. Whoever buys will be very pleased. It’s a lovely, lovely car, been very well looked after and is in excellent condition. Number plate is included. 0400831231, car is in Sydney. Greg 😁👍
  2. Was wondering if one of the board members might be able to explain this to me in simple terms please: hybrid fusion technology offers advanced integrated braking performance through the combination of compounds at a molecular level that merges STEALTH Advanced Technology, Blue Titanium Stripe, and Fibre Impregnated Rubber Steel Shims. Or do I simply need to think a bit more about it...
  3. Darren I was wondering whether you could post pictures of what you get for the prices quoted please. I also had two question - are the calipers one piece or two in the kits quoted as some above are one piece and some are two? And, do the kits quoted fit under stock 6-10 wheels? Thanks Greg
  4. All This is the area that will eventually be one of the vendor forums on the site and on 30 September the current non-aligned area will be removed. Only vendors who have been approved to be National Contributing Vendors and who have made their contribution to the community are permitted to post in here. Please make those who post in here welcome. They have been reviewed by the mods and admins and are believed to be trustworthy and reputable providers of goods and services to our community. And they are supporting us, so please support them back.
  5. Yes, I bought a pair and they are very good. Terrific service too from the guys. Thank you.
  6. The winner is number 62, Dragonfly! Congratulations, Amir from RaceBorn will be in touch to get the prize to you. Results as promised: 62 32 102 71 99 15 22 47 46 39 74 94 9 5 78 10 60 34 14 17 90 49 4 101 88 10 62 22 30 104 35 26 31 80 12 5 71 61 44 85 67 93 20 5 2 53 106 1 11 47 25 102 20 14 3 3 78 67 62 83 17 5 22 5 48 83 96 82 46 70 77 83 40 17 27 28 45 75 74 96 102 43 67 63 4 85 23 14 82 99 4 16 82 23 12 19 3 68 45 81 34 18 95 55 43 95 90 1 68 101 82 24 78 6 87 9 87 90 35 81 13 15 72 68 78 24 2 45 90 58 10 31 89 86 4 80 100 89 106 29 82 43 81 65 33 99 43 2 28 49 4 57 106 105 61 15 91 58 61 37 93 62 42 89 18 90 48 13 40 46 65 37 101 36 73 3 45 3 2 43 79 37 19 67 65 14 4 103 60 7 30 94 13 105 65 95 72 102 106 2 Timestamp: 2009-01-31 21:59:59 UTC Thanks again to everyone who donated so generously.
  7. At present there are 106 tickets sold, totalling a donation of $530 to the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia. Absolutely terrific result. Unless posted in here, I will be using this site to draw the winner: http://www.random.org/integers/ I will be asking the site to generate 200 random numbers between 1 and 106, so that everyone can see that all numbers were eligible. I will be trying to generate this right on 9am ADST tomorrow morning, but I think the time appearing will show as 10.00.00UTC or a few secons either side. The result of this query will come up something like below, which was just done recently: 30 12 52 92 53 30 43 91 97 48 102 42 63 37 12 61 103 41 23 71 36 102 74 16 101 21 30 17 88 22 61 83 69 34 31 22 94 101 78 65 58 60 2 13 64 54 34 36 97 45 66 95 29 79 15 4 4 80 45 99 103 55 86 89 32 67 92 17 46 39 66 101 82 42 53 47 47 93 38 90 88 18 86 54 70 32 89 35 38 27 62 89 51 18 93 37 75 100 10 52 48 27 81 53 74 79 98 19 10 10 34 19 93 64 46 52 31 6 57 15 39 58 81 1 34 84 29 15 60 101 32 31 38 66 100 84 6 63 73 51 21 21 99 93 16 82 106 41 66 30 81 25 50 14 60 80 13 41 20 101 57 22 3 45 47 15 91 56 27 50 71 43 85 88 43 54 31 100 66 19 8 12 69 105 73 51 81 25 7 21 4 4 71 1 48 92 91 77 26 54 Timestamp: 2009-01-31 11:00:24 UTC Note the date and timestamp. The winner will be the first number up the top left. I have all of the ticket stubs for those that paid on the day and each of you have the tickets. So if your number appears, you know you have won. And I will announce the winner also. For those who donated online, your numbers are: - dragonfly 46 to 65 - el presidente 72 to 86 - djrice 87 to 96 - jimmyb 97 to 106 So good luck everyone. And thanks for your generosity to a good cause.
  8. I attended this today and what a major turnout. I reckon there was close to, maybe slightly under, 100 people there over the day. Heaps of evos, S15s, integras and GTRs and variants. I had two bbq rolls and three drinks. Thanks Amir. Went into the shop upstairs and it looked the part. The evolutionoz banner also looked good. Now, thank you very much to all of you who contributed so generously today to the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia. We sold $355 worth of $5 tickets in the raffle (all proceeds being donated), a brilliant result and one of you will win the beautiful signed poster so kindly donated by Amir. It will be drawn on Feb 1 with the result announced on here. 71 entries to date. Chances are still good to win, particularly if you buy $100 worth of tickets....... If people still wish to donate, please do by depositing into the EvoOz bank account by 31 Jan. Details in an earlier post in this thread. I will make sure you are entered in the draw.
  9. This is for a good cause, guys. We have donated before to this worthy institution that will no doubt be trying to prevent many of us from suffering in the future. If anyone wishes to enter but cannot make the day, you can pay EvoOz. Please deposit multiples of $5 into the EvoOz bank account with banking notation "UsernameRaceBorn" eg "wombataRaceBorn". I will take your money to the event on Sunday and buy your tickets. Amir, photo needed please, ASAP. Banking details are: EvolutionOz Pty Ltd BSB 082057 ACC 856666280 Funds will need to be in the account to enter. Amir, when will it be drawn so we can establish a cut-off to have people entering? I have deposited $20. Can we draw it now ?
  10. Amir Really looking forward to this and seeing your new premises. Also meeting the members of EvoOz (some for the first time). I won't be eating much beforehand. Make sure there's plenty of food and a good cook....... Greg
  11. I have the SCRPro rotors and H1603 pads on the front of my car and they are brilliant. Very very happy. Used to have DBA5000 and DS3000 but they were not quite up to the mark in terms of longevity - rotors kept warping - though stopping performance was excellent. The PMu pack has both. from here.
  12. I would like someone from APC to list the combination of the precise content and precise price together. I suspect you're right Mark, the parts of various threads need to be put together in the one post, but at the moment, it's not that clear with the use of the wording "from $2990" in a post different to "kit includes"....
  13. To members interested here (and there are plenty), I have pm'd APC asking them to put up the specific contents and price of at least one kit (perhaps a typical one, if such an item exists). If you then want variations from that, with all the combinations possible, you will need to sort it out with them.
  14. Mark You will need to put the prices up as per the rules in the non-aligned vendor area. "All posts offering goods on the forum are to include price." Pm me if you want this thread kept in another area while you're obtaining them. Greg
  15. Marty I know Project Mu make good gear - your stuff ran faultlessly on the two leading evos in the Bathurst 12 hour - but I am not sure where these pads fit in compared to say Ferodo DS2500 and DS3000. So, where do both of these pads fit into the scale of track suitability compared to 2500 and 3000s (we have many members currently using these.......). It seems as though the HC+ might be in between the 2500 and 3000 in terms of track suitability whereas the H16-03 is above the 3000. Is that right or not? How much heat do the HC+ pads require to work on the street? Are the H16-03 pads overkill for the track for a mainly road car that is driven hard at timed track days? I can clearly see these pads need to be exchanged with the road pads just for the time it is on the track. Also, many members run higher spec pads on the front and lower spec on the back. What sorts of combinations would you suggest for evos? Hopefully this will enable everyone including me to understand more about their application. I would also be interested in seeing some information about the rotors you had on the leading evos at Bathurst too if you get a minute.....