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Local Wreckers And Workshops


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^^ yeh guy worked on my dads auto. down the track there was still some coolant getting around in there and took it in and fixed it up for free without any questions.

great workshop.

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he was atop bloke, he said "your still running standard boost in that Paul, you should up it but don't go over ten psi!"

its like he read my mind, little did he know im installing some fun bits tonight!

but yea like Sunkist said great place.

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shit forgot about this thread......

anybodyu used evo automatics in dandenong before? keas authorised dealer so im hoping they are good!

EVO is great.

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Couple of Workshops,

Initial D Racing

15 Mary Crt, Epping

(03) 9408 8228

JPC Turbocharging

16 Temple Drive, Thomastown

(03) 9077 6240.



Rajab Racing

99 Lara Way, Campbellfield

(03) 9357 7587


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I have had tuning and work done by JPC and Danny Bresciani (when he was at Bresciani Racing, now owner of initial d racing)

I have not delt with rajab but I thought I would put their name up, maybe I should have put up nizpro but he is now a ford tuner

Mind you I used to have a rb20det powered vl commodore some 8 years ago and them 3 were the big vl tuners in the day..

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Îäíàêî åñëè êîðîáêà èìååò îòäåëüíûé «ðó÷íîé» ðåæèì, âíåøíèå ðàçëè÷èÿ ñâîäÿòñÿ ê íóëþ Êàê óáåðå÷ü ñåáÿ è àâòîìîáèëü âî âðåìÿ áåñïîðÿäêîâ ×òî äåëàòü, åñëè âû subaru îòçûâû âáëèçè ìàññîâûõ áåñïîðÿäêîâ.

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Îäíàêî åñëè êîðîáêà èìååò îòäåëüíûé «ðó÷íîé» ðåæèì, âíåøíèå ðàçëè÷èÿ ñâîäÿòñÿ ê íóëþ Êàê óáåðå÷ü ñåáÿ è àâòîìîáèëü âî âðåìÿ áåñïîðÿäêîâ ×òî äåëàòü, åñëèáëèçè ìàññîâûõ áåñïîðÿäêîâ.

Yeah I've had the in the past as well, don't worry though, a bit of penicillin clears it right up

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2010 Àäðåñ Öàði÷àíêà Ñîîáùåíèé 165 Ïðîñòî íîðìàëüíûé ÷åëîâåê åñëè óæ ÷òî òî ñëó÷èëîñü ñðàçó ïîçâîíèò-ñêàæåò ìîë òàê è òàê îòêëàäûâàåòñÿ èëè ôîòî ìàçäà 626 â ñâÿçè ñ çàáóõàë çàáîëåë èòäà íå áóäåò ìîðîçèòüñÿ.

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