Rsarin

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About Rsarin

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  1. The ISF was produced in small numbers so will hold its price much better than any M car ever can.
  2. 1st sounds good.ill be there
  3. was going to go for silver but then all my cars are silver,so i went for a black one(apparently they are the fastest)lol
  4. it was originally the power for me,but then i solved that with a supercharger.I went to bmw as a result but never sold the car and im glad i havent.Its now standard again,but its the most reliable and by far the comfiest car i own.Every time we need to go shopping the family want to go in the IS200 and i have to agree cos its such a great lazy everyday car in town,especially with the auto box.Ive got an 02 plate IS200 and have no rattles whatsoever and no creaks,whereas with my 2002 M3 and 2005 M5 they creak and rattle as if they are going to fall apart.My lexus has 98k on it now and ill never sell it becuase its so good.
  5. E60 M5 brother,just to get it checked out by steve
  6. Que?do explain hutchy. LOL you really dont want to open that can of worms Raj. fair play mate
  7. Well there it is.. fully painted.. uploaded pictures on my profile gallery.. including dash, clock and aircon control bulb mods.. on the supercharger, ..well theres progress on the airbox,... one found, but waiting o see how much noise it will reduce it by.... am hoping to do the engine internals at the same time when the noise solution is found, then mapping, and then an even bigger smile on my face.. :winky: On the noise Tom, Steve was saying 70% Car looking very nice mate :winky: will have to keep you posted on LOC, As ive been banned from prolex forums now :o Que?do explain hutchy. Read what ive said on the site, next time your at Steve's gargae ask Steve himself :winky: simple :D im at Steve's this week mate,so i'll have a chat
  8. Yes its good to hear you are ok.Try not to worry,these things happen to all of us and the main thing is that you and your loved ones are safe and sound.
  9. Well there it is.. fully painted.. uploaded pictures on my profile gallery.. including dash, clock and aircon control bulb mods.. on the supercharger, ..well theres progress on the airbox,... one found, but waiting o see how much noise it will reduce it by.... am hoping to do the engine internals at the same time when the noise solution is found, then mapping, and then an even bigger smile on my face.. :winky: On the noise Tom, Steve was saying 70% Car looking very nice mate :winky: will have to keep you posted on LOC, As ive been banned from prolex forums now :o Que?do explain hutchy.
  10. The police lied and then the public found out the truth-usual story.Its all been one big embarassing mistake for the Police that im sure they'd all rather forget.If they'd simply told the truth,perhaps the public wouldnt be so shocked by the latest revelations that everything the police said was contradictory to what the independent witnesses and the cctv revealed.That twit chief Ian blair left office mainly becuase of this catastrophic mistake and hopefully we'll all be safer as a result.The few things that have been understood from this tragedy are that the police have been part of some severe failures,19 in total i think,which is not surprising really, but the worst of all is that they are practically immune from prosecution when they put their useless marksmen to work. Basically meaning they can shoot any innocent person's son and then simply apologise for it and that should be the end of it. I dont care who stays in this country illegally -they are welcome!life and human beings are more important than borders and politics and if someone is killed and the police in any country attempt to cover it up,the truth should always be revealed.
  11. me neither.wozza,i best be on the crimbo card list.lol me and cho going out in central london after the meet if anyone is interested in meeting up and sinkin a few drinks in a few classy joints.
  12. ay up chaps.looking for some help and advice in the area of the replacement of a heating system in a commercial building which is an eight roomed bungalow which is used daily as a GP surgery. looking for some advice for a cheap solution as its a rented building and we are begrudgingly replacing an extremely old system which is extremely inefficent and effectively broken(some of the radiators are completely broken). Bills are high and the staff are cold,so im looking for a quick cheap solution.The system in place is a 25 year old gas heating system which I have been told cannot be repaired as its so old they no longer supply parts for it.I know nothing about this sort of stuff so am looking for some pointers from those in the know with regards to the cost of replacing and installing such a system and generally hope you can provide me with some miracle advice.lol can we opt for a heating solution that doesnt use gas?